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by Laurie, Albuquerque, NM USA
Skins looks and feels more supple, clearer, pimples have become a rare occurance.
At first I did notice a burning sensation across my cheeks.
I've spent a fortune on skin creams and through diligent sunscreen use, and use of a wide brimmed hat when outdoors, my skin, at age 47 looked pretty good. However, you can't stop the clock and my skin just didn't look as bright and supple as it did even one year ago, which I suspect is from decreased estrogen levels and some weight loss. I decided to spend the money and try Renova. Although it didn't really reduce any fine lines, it didn't matter because my skin looks so much more "plumped up", brighter and clearer that you don't even notice the lines as much. I received comments from coworkers and family, wondering if I'd "done something." Although a tube of this stuff is pricey, you won't be spending as much money on expensive, overhyped department store skin creams that smell and feel good but don't really DO anything. After six months of usage, I've put myself on "maintenance", using Renova every other night, and using a heavy duty moisturizer from Avon the other nights. I see no decrease in effectiveness. I bought a tube in Feb 2004 and I still have at least 1/3 of a tube left and it's now Sep. I also treat the backs of my hands, which of course will use up the product faster.
Buy it! You will get real results!
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