Olay Regenerist Micro Sculpting Cream | Review

On March 29th, Procter & Gamble’s Olay unveiled a new campaign urging women across the globe to find “Your Best Beautiful”. I personally loved the idea behind the campaign. As a woman, we are constantly bombarded with unrealistic beauty standards. From fashion industry to media, the society’s definition of modern day beautiful has set limits which needs to be re-defined. The campaign was centered around Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream.

Among the highlights of the Olay event were the interactive sessions with the beauty experts including Olay Global Ambassador Facialist Anastasia Achilleos, Olay Beauty Expert Samira Olfat, Olay Regional Dermatologist Dr. Dina Sabih and Principal Scientist David Khoo.

Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream.

I must admit, the science behind Olay’s Research & Development was really impressive. With my pharmacy and research background, I was beyond thrilled to attend the presentation by Khoo, as he revealed the results of the Multi-Decade and Ethnicity (MDE) study.

David Khoo, as he presents the results of MDE study

The main takeaway points from the Olay Regenerist Micro Sculpting Cream study were:

  • There are notable similarities among women who have not undergone cosmetic procedures but still appear to be “ageless”. Through advanced bioinformatics analysis of approximately 20,000 genes, Olay identified a unique skin fingerprint among these “exceptional skin agers” comprised of around 2000 genes. The MDE study found that although we all have these genes in our skin, how strongly these genes are expressed in the skin is distinct in “exceptional skin agers”.
  • There are distinct gene expression “tipping points” that occur in each decade as we age, which can help indicate how we can prevent skin-aging.

Decline in antioxidant response (20’s)
Decline in skin bioenergy (30’s)
Increase in cellular senescence, or irreversible growth arrest (40’s)
Decline in skin barrier function (50’s)
Acceleration of all the above (60’s)

Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream

The celebrity facialist, Anastasia Achilleos also shared her easy 3-step massage routine which can be used in your morning skincare routine and I’m very happy to share it with you all!


Using warm water and a quality cleanser, cleanse your face, neck and décolleté. Clean skin will be awake and ready for your anti-ageing skincare routine.


Take the Olay Regenerist Microsculpting Firming Serum and pump four pumps into the palms of your hands. Warm the product in your palms, to ignite heat before even reaching your skin.

  • Place palm on sternum, glide with pressure over shoulder and neck moving from the lower neck in upward movements towards the jaw line.
  • Fan out from the chin along the cheek bones to the ears, activating pressure points at the corner of the mouth, sides of the nose and under cheek bones.
  • Drain outwards lifting chin to temple
  • Press palms over the face to create heat and aide penetration


  • Finally, take your Olay Regenerist Microsculpting Cream. Apply it starting with your face, smooth the cream over your cheeks, jawline and forehead. Move the excess cream down your neck, onto your shoulders.
  • Using two fingers on both hands move around the eyes in a fluid figure of 8 movement around eyes starting from outer edge gliding upwards and over eyebrow finishing at the outer edge of opposite eye
  • Movement 6: Focus on eyes and start tapping moving to the entire face slowly for one final skin energy boost.
Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream.

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Sahar x


  1. Anonymous
    27th April 2016 / 1:36 pm

    Definitely adding this to my skincare routine!

  2. 17th May 2016 / 8:19 pm

    I'm glad you found the review helpful. Have a wonderful day!
    Sahar x

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