I was lucky enough to receive Arcona Night Worker ($48) to try, and I am glad that I did. I will admit that the smell took some getting used to. I am not sure if I might have had an off bottle since Arcona uses pretty fresh ingredients or I was just sensitive to the earthy smell. But after a month of using Night Worker, it doesn’t bother me anymore.
Arcona always says, “Color, fragrance and consistency don’t change your skin — live, active ingredients do.” This product is no different. It is made up mostly of plant oils and extracts. Over the past few years, I have been moving to using natural skin care and really paying attention to what I put on my skin. Arcona products contain no petrochemicals, binders or fillers, chemical stabilizers, parabens, sodium lauryl sulphates, perfumes, dyes or any other caustic, toxic ingredients.
I used Night Worker twice a week as recommended. I used it by itself, not adding my normal nighttime moisturizer. Even with the heat on these days, I awoke each morning to find my skin hydrated and glowing. Luckily, even at 40, the only wrinkles I have to be concerned with are my forehead lines, and I have embraced them as part of me, but I did notice that they are a lot softer since starting to use Night Worker. Night Worker is also an intensive vitamin C booster, so my skin is always brighter after using it. I have been alternating using Arcona Night Worker with Arcona Raspberry Resurfacing Peel ($68) (one of my favorite all-time products) twice a week. My skin is thanking me for adding Night Worker.
You may not see immediate results with Arcona Night Worker. I really started noticing the difference after the second week and it has continued to improve the longer I have used it. If you are looking for a product with immediate results, this may not be for you, but if you are willing to give it a few weeks, then do yourself a favor and add Arcona Night Worker to your skincare regimen. At one to two times a week, it is an easy commitment.