RoC Max Wrinkle Resurfacing System: Review+ Photos+ Ingredients

The RoC Max Wrinkle Resurfacing System came in the mail for me to review. As you might noticed in my pics (on fb page etc), since I gave birth to Sarah  I don’t look like a fresh apple anymore. My skin  is showing some signs of aging, which is something I can accept and might be a challenge to work on, having the chance to discover and try lots of skin care products.  This wrinkle treatment is recommended for wrinkled, sun damaged skin and it supposed to smooth the  fine lines  up to 4 times better than a leading dermatologist procedure to boosts your skins radiance. Like  all ladies over 30 I was excited to achieve all this using a home wrinkle treatment. So, I gave it a try.

 

I have been using it for 3 weeks steady now and I use it at night and morning . This system comes with the Anti-Wrinkle Treatment with RoC Retinol and Resurfacing Serum. First you cleanse your face and then you apply the Anti-Wrinkle Treatment to your entire face and neck or where you want to look less wrinkled. You’ll  feel a slight tingling that shows the product is working.  The Anti-Wrinkle Treatment is like a medium thick lotion consistency and all you have to do is massage it into your skin, where needed. It absorbs nicely and once absorbed you can then apply the Resurfacing Serum.

The Resurfacing Serum is an absolute love product! Feels like velvet on your skin. It is dark gray in color , smooths on  nicely and makes my thin skin with dry tendency sooo velvety soft and ready to “work with”, by bringing more elasticity and mobility to it.  After applying the serum, every single time,  I get this pleasure to do a loooong and correct face massage, as I’ve learned in years should be done( let me know if you want to read about my technique) and this never happened with any product before  . After 2 weeks of usage  my fine lines appear to be less noticeable after I put the serum on.  My skin does appear a little dryer and this is a sign it might work better on a greasier skin.  I don’t really see a difference in my cheek wrinkles , but my skin does appear much more even,  spotless and healthy. I had a drying reaction applying it on my around eyes area because my skin is so thin there.  It seems to be working as a gentle, step-by-step peeling. After the first usage at night, next morning my around eyes area was dry and had to do a long bath and apply some moisturizing eye creams to get rid of the death skin, but this is not stopping me to continue using it on the rest of my face until it is gone.  I don’t recommend  you to use it the anti- wrinkle treatment cream separately, especially if you apply it on dry skin areas! This were my results for now and I’ll be back on the comment for with an final result update after 4-6 weeks when the treatments is supposed show its greater results. I will add I do trust the ROC brand and this are my honest opinions. I wish you to have great results with it!

Update: 4 weeks now and my skin looks great.  The color is more even , the treatment had the promised effect on my fine lines and the skin looks velvety, healty and fresh!Seems like my face started to get used to the ingredients and there are no longer dry spots. I certainly  recommend this product for checks,  forehead, neck and all problem areas, except for the sensitive around eye areas where I had no courage to test it again. My targeted wrinkles were around eyes and it worked on my fine lines  just by applying a small amount on the cheek bone. It also made my forehead and neck wrinkles less noticeable.  So just follow the daily 2 times/day program and you’ll get satisfying results for sure!

 

Product Ingredients:

Anti-Wrinkle Treatment: water, pentaerythrityl tetraethylhexanoate, glycerin, peg 8, ppg 15 stearyl ether, nylon 12, butylene glycol, stearyl alcohol, cetearyl alcohol, ethylhexyl methoxycinnamate, dimethicone, cyclohexasiloxane, ceteareth 20, isohexadecane, butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter, polyacrylamide, phenoxyethanol, caprylyl glycol, ammonium acryloyldimethyltaurate/vp copolymer, pentylene glycol, c13 14 isoparaffin, fragrance, methylparaben, tocopheryl acetate, ethylparaben, propylparaben, laureth 7, disodium edta, allantoin, dihydroxy methylchromone, bht, hydrolyzed hyaluronic acid, cyclopentasiloxane, hydroxyphenyl propamidobenzoic acid, ascorbic acid, retinol, polysorbate 20, sodium hydroxide
Resurfacing Serum: cyclopentasiloxane, dimethicone, dimethicone crosspolymer, trisiloxane, silica, dimethicone/vinyl dimethicone crosspolymer, zinc, tocopheryl acetate, copper powde

 Price and availability:  Affordable ($26.99) and drugstore find!

Photos: www. BeautyHobby.com.

One Thought on “RoC Max Wrinkle Resurfacing System: Review+ Photos+ Ingredients

  1. Lisa Brown on May 13, 2012 at 2:42 pm said:

    I like the ingredients in the Resurfacing Serum. The color is interestingly dark. That may be from the copper powder. Looks like a nice, easy system. RoC makes great skin care. Thank you for the review and for sharing!

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