The Cream That Works for Alex Gregory

The Cream That Works for Alex Gregory

18 June 2018

Over a 27 day period we filmed seven remarkable people and their skin in detail using a range of cutting-edge film, photography and skin-scanning techniques. Athlete Alex Gregory was one of the individuals who took part in this study to capture the effects of our revolutionary cream.

Alex Gregory MBE, 34, is a two time Olympic Gold Medallist, five time World Rowing champion and the holder of seven Guinness World-Records after joining a pioneering Arctic Rowing expedition where he and his crew rowed to extreme Northern latitudes and crossed dangerous inhospitable seas. After 16 years of elite competition and a month of Arctic cold, Alex has retired from the water to share his knowledge and experiences with the world. After years spent training outside, Alex worries about sun damage to his already fair skin.

The father of three has recently published the book, Dadventures, a guide for parents to get outdoors with their kids & is a proud brand ambassador for the likes of Habitat First Group and Bremont. His aim is to travel the world while inspiring families, individuals and teams to the sort of dedication it takes to win two Olympic Gold medals and survive rowing night and day through a freezing Ocean.

“Without a doubt, it's the best moisturiser I've ever used. I'd absolutely recommend the cream to anyone and everyone.”

After using The Cream for 27 days, Alex admits to changing the way he now thinks about his skin. Through the Visia Complexion Analysis System, we captured multiple images of the face, examining the complexion for fine lines and wrinkles, spots, pores, texture, bacteria, UV damage, pigmentation and redness. Visia also compares the skin to others of the same age and ethnicity.

Skin Concerns:

Sun damage

Environmental damage

Visia Results

Redness improved by 19.6%

Spots improved by 2.8%

UV spots improved by 22.4%

Wrinkles improved by 79.9%

*Percentages calculated from Visia Scan absolute scores given for each individual over a 27 day period. June-July 2018.