With age comes wisdom … and also wrinkles. Wisdom I’ll keep, but wrinkles — well, I won’t keep those unless I have to. I’m happy to currently be trying a product that combats age-related wrinkles: Elite Serum by SkinPro.
Elite Serum contains acetyl octapeptide, marketed as argireline, which Dr. Oz has recommended as a non-invasive way (no Botox!) to reduce facial lines.
I’ve tried Elite Serum now for a couple of weeks, and I do think I notice a bit of difference in the skin around my eyes. When I began using it, the area to the ouside of each eye was irritated (maybe due to dry skin with winter weather?) and since using Elite Serum, that has cleared up. Related or not? Don’t know, but I’m happy it has happened.
Elite Serum is supposed to reduce fine lines around eyes, and also reduce darkness beneath eyes. It has a very informative website, where you can learn all the science behind why it works: it’s impressive. The reviews of the product at Amazon are also pretty uniformly positive, which speaks well of the product in my view.
Just a couple of downsides, in my opinion. I’m not crazy about the syringe that the product comes in. First, it kind of looks like a needle. Not something I enjoy! Second, the syringe allows for “precision dispensing.” I suppose this precision is from the company’s perspective, because try as I might, I could not get a small enough amount to dispense. Inevitably, I got more of the rather thin, watery product than I could use before it dripped off my finger. And at the price of this stuff, I didn’t want to waste it. I’d prefer a different container where I could control dispensing better.
Would you like to try Elite Serum? The company, which graciously sent me a syringe to try, is offering one to a Girls in White Dresses reader as well. I’m offering it in my first giveaway by Rafflecopter — you can get 1, 2, or 3 entries.
I’ll choose a random winner January 10, so enter by January 9. Good luck!
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