Sunday, November 18, 2012
Lady Soma Renewal Serum - Review and Giveaway
As a body ages so does its skin.
And as I keep mentioning on this blog, this body is a'agin'.
I am one of those women who spent her teens being mistaken for a 12 year old.
At the time I HATED it.
My mother kept telling me that when I was in my 40s I would be happy to have skin that made me look so much younger.
Don't you hate when your mother is right?
Now that I'm moving into my 50s she's still right.
But that doesn't mean I don't help it along with creams and goops.
Thing is, I don't like heavy stuff full of ingredients I can't pronounce.
I was sent Lady Soma Renewal Serum to try out on my 53 year old face.
My face is still 53 years old - ain't nothin' gonna change that.
BUT I will admit that after using it for three weeks my face is a bit brighter and I don't think my wrinkles look as deep. And that makes me happy. And me is what matters.
Here's the scoop direct from the Lady Soma site:
The Renewal Serum penetrates deep into the dermal layer of the skin to repair damaged skin. The serum stimulates the development of new skin cells with the power of Hyaluronic Acid & Vitamin A. The formula diminishes the appearances of lines, minor scars, age spots, and sun damage for fresh looking skin. It may be used as a skin brightener to restore complexion and enable an even skin tone.
The serum is easy to use; you just pump a little out and massage it into your face using upward motions. You really don't need much at all. It feels really silky and it dissolves right in to your skin. I didn't feel the need for any other moisturizer while using the serum.
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