Wrinkle woes? Kate Somerville anti-aging cream is on sale, just in time for Memorial Day

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Kate Somerville Age Arrest anti-wrinkle cream container shown from the front on the left side and open from above on the right.
So much magic in a little dab: Say buh-bye to fine lines and crow's feet and hello to a lovely glow. (Photo: QVC)

Looking for a highly effective anti-aging cream? One that actually delivers on its promise to hydrate skin and noticeably reduce the appearance of wrinkles, fine lines and crow’s feet with consistent use? Choose the product pros love.

Kate Somerville Age Arrest Anti-Wrinkle Cream is on the radar of respected beauty experts for a reason: It was developed by an 18-year Los Angeles-based skincare genius. Kate Somerville has packed this thick, rich formulation with antioxidants, amino acids, vitamin C and vitamin E — a plethora of cutting-edge ingredients that work. And right now at QVC, you can pick up a tub of this day/night cream for 30% off, down from $95 to just $66.50 — you save $28.50!

Don't want to pay all in one go? Opt for five Easy Pay installments of just $13.30 instead. Plus, if you're a first-time QVC shopper, you can grab an extra $15 off with code OFFER.

Kate Somerville has emerged as one of the leaders in anti-aging skincare, famed for treating all skin types at her world-renowned Hollywood clinic. That’s why it’s extra exciting — and frankly, shocking — that her Age Arrest Anti-Wrinkle Cream is on sale for such a steal. You get a (literally) A-list product for an everywoman price with this stellar deal.

$66.50 $95 at QVC

Age Arrest wrinkle cream shown in a medicine cabinet next to other Kate Somerville products, a single rose and a pair of glasses.
Kate Somerville Age Arrest Anti-Wrinkle Cream is part of a brilliant line of cutting-edge products, including delicious serums and masks. (Photo: QVC)

This 1.7-ounce tub of Kate Somerville Age Arrest Anti-Wrinkle Cream is the real deal, and the proof is in the pudding. Or, in the clinical trials: An impressive 93% of women who participated note that their skin tone improved — and 90% reported a noticeable change in their skin’s elasticity — after just six weeks of use.

Participants used this fountain-of-youth potion day and night (no need to buy two tubs; this one’s a hybrid) consistently, and saw marked improvements. They noticed that fine lines, crow’s feet and wrinkles were diminished, and their complexions didn’t look as rough or dry as before.

“What’s so great about the clinic is we’re able to take these really intense, incredible treatments, and we’re able to package them and bottle them for you to use at home,” Somerville says. “Transforming skin is such a gift.”

$45 $95 at QVC

Woman with cream lathered across her cheek.
Slather it on. Kate Somerville Age Arrest is a rich day-and-night hybrid cream. (Photo: QVC)

This; at this price, it's sure to sell out fast, so grab it now. Your wallet may barely feel the purchase — but oh, will your skin see the results!

“It gets me emotional," says Somerville, who has a passion for transforming self-esteem from the outside in. "...an older, mature woman [might] look in the mirror and say, ‘Who is that? I don’t feel that,’ and we give her her glow back. To watch these people’s lives change because of their skin? That’s what keeps us going at Kate Somerville.”

See what all the buzz is about, and get your summer glow on, by taking advantage of this incredible deal while Kate Somerville Age Arrest Anti-Wrinkle Cream is still in stock!

$66.50 $95 at QVC

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