Pond's Age Miracle Concentrated Resurfacing Serum Review

Hello my lovely ladies! :) I am back with another another anti ageing product review. If you want to know why I use these products then go here. I would be reviewing the Ponds Age Miracle Concentrated Resurfacing Serum today.

PRICE: Rs. 695


Cyclopentasiloxane, Water, Glycerin,Dimethicone Crosspolymer, Cyclohexasiloxane, Glycolic Acid, Potassium Hydroxide, Caprylic/Capric Triglyceride,Ethylhexly Methoxycinnamate,PEG-10 Dimethicone, Isomerized Linoleic Acid, Acetamide MEA, Pentasodium Aminotrimethylene Phosphonate, Parfum, Titanium Dioxide, Bht, Mica/Titanium Dioxide, DMDM Hydantoin, Retinol, Cetyl Alcohol, Cholesterol,Stearic Acid,Sucrose Distearate,Pentaerythrityl Tetra-di-t-butyl Hydroxyhydrocinnamate,Butylene Glycol,lodopropynylButylcarbamate,IronOxide. 

WHAT IT CLAIMS:  This intensive anti-ageing serum boosts your skin with daily dose of our highest concentration of wrinkle-fighting and age spot -reducing technology.      
  • Boosts age-damaged skin with our highest concentration of anti-ageing actives     
  • Intensively fights fine lines and wrinkles     
  • Visibly reduces age spots  
Advanced CLA4 complex combines our latest anti-ageing actives: CLA + AHA + Pro Retinol + Retinol Boosters for our most effective anti-ageing care.   

How to enjoy radiant, youthful skin: Use morning and evening all over thoroughly cleansed face.     This serum is contained in a special packaging in order to preserve its actives. Please refer to the inner leaflet for opening instructions.     
As the formulation works, a slight tingling sensation may be felt. Discontinue use if irritation persists. Dermatologist tested. Non-Comedogenic. 

MY EXPERIENCE: Ponds Age Miracle Concentrated Resurfacing Serum comes in sleek, silver, sturdy, pump dispenser packaging. I use this as a daytime face moisturiser, right after taking a bath. This is sufficient to provide the required moisturisation and I don't require to layer it with any other cream, I feel that would be too heavy for my dry-combi skin. The texture is quite rich without actually being heavy/oily. It tingles slightly on applying but that lasts only a few mintues. It adds a radiance to face (it photographs really well ;) ), and prevents lines/wrinkles to show up, though it makes my face a bit oily after 4 hours. 

I was quite peeved with the sudden prominent laugh lines around my mouth area and this helped to minimise them/ keep them at bay. It didn't cause any breakouts but it didn't stop the occasional zits I get :( Also, I expected it to work on lightening the acne spots to some extent but it failed to do so (I have used one of their Spotless serum before, forgot the name actually :P, and it worked great to clear away the acne/ dark spots to a great extent!). It is pricey, but compared to other available options it is still reasonable. It works as per the claims of anti ageing treatment, but not more than that. All in all,

  • Rich yet light in texture and gets easily absorbed.
  • Provides enough moisturisation on its own.
  • Helps keep my laugh lines from being prominent.
  • Adds radiance to face.
  • Require only 3 pumps of the product to cover entire face and neck, so the 30ml quantity would really last long.

  • I hoped it would lighten the acne spots but it didn't.
  • Pricey, but comparatively reasonable being an anti-ageing product.
  • Turns skin oily a bit after 4-5 hours.

VERDICT: If you are in your late twenties, then I would suggest you to start using anti ageing product to maintain that youthful glow and keep those fines lines/ wrinkles from appearing. Ponds Age Miracle Concentrated Resurfacing Serum does work on it's anti ageing claim and adds a radiance to dull skin. But I want something to work on my acne spots along with fighting fine lines, so I am on the hunt for the product that does both.

RATINGS:  4 out of 5


  1. Sounds nice..I have the L'oreal Youth code..yet to start using though..

  2. This sounds good to me Pooja. I also have the laugh lines that bother me when my skin is dry. :/ Will give this a try soon. :)

    1. Yes it would be good for dry skin...I know, these offending lines scares me a lot :P


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