22nd April 2021

Dr. Dennis Gross B3 Adaptive Superfoods – Reviewed

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This post is part of the Dr. Dennis Gross Brand Takeover in April 2021, if you’d like to know more about the brand you can click here or view all posts about the brand here. 

When Carrie Gross told me she was launching a range centered around the impact of stress on the skin, I was intrigued by how this would work. Then I felt the textures of the products. Sold.

For me, stress is one of the main triggers in how my skin appears and the reason I got into a solid skincare routine and never looked back.

I was excited that a brand founded on the principle that products must be proven to work via clinical trials was taking this on as a category. Stress is often overlooked when it comes to the impact it can have on our skin and not many brands have researched this area.

The range is well edited and carefully curated with only three products. A serum, eye cream & moisturiser. The entire range centres around niacinamide, superfoods & adaptogens and how the combination of all three, micro encapsulated within the delivery system, can alleviate the visible signs of stress on the skin.

B3 Adaptive Eye Cream

This seems to be the most universally loved product of the range. It does a great job at hydrating the undereye and is particularly brilliant for eye massage, encouraging de-puffing. A little goes a long way though so start with less than you think you need- you can always add more. Great on the lips too!

B3 Adaptive Superfoods Serum

This is my hero product, and I knew it would be. A lightweight, milky textured serum LOADED with niacinamide. It slots into my existing routine to calm redness and soothe. It’s particularly good after a hyaluronic acid serum.

B3 Adaptive Cream

I thought this would be too rich for my skin type and whilst I wouldn’t use it as my everyday moisturiser for that reason. It really comes to it’s own when your skin needs something to HOLD. IT. TOGETHER. Overdo the retinol/exfoliation? Me? Never.

A brilliant SOS product to keep in your skincare collection. I used it around my nose when I had hayfever and it took down a load of the redness and comforted the raw skin to keep the little barrier it had left intact & encourage healing.

I hope this helped break down the products within the B3 Adaptive Superfoods range at Dr. Dennis Gross. I’d love to hear your thoughts on the brand over on Instagram and if you’d like to discover Dr. Dennis Gross in more detail you can check out the takeover here.

Dr. Dennis Gross Skincare is cruelty free and available globally at the retailers below:

UK:  SelfridgesSpace NK, Cult Beauty,  John Bell and Croyden , Harvey Nichols, LookFantastic, Harrods, Net a Porter and Asos.

USA/Asia: Dr. Dennis Gross , Nordstrom and Sephora stores and online

AUS: Mecca

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