**the giveaway has ended and the winner has been drawn. The review is still good though!!
If you talk to anyone who knows me (in real life) or has ever met me even just one time- they will tell you I am very expressionistic. If I tell a story- I TELL it. Especially with my face.
Knowing this- it might be easy to assume that face wrinkles and I became well acquainted a long time ago- and you’d be correct. Especially forehead wrinkles- which I have three of (and have lovingly named Thomas, Holden, and Parker).
I’ve tried many products in order to lessen these horrid “you make way too many facial expressions” wrinkles- and I’ve even found some I really like- but when it comes down to it, there is not enough in the container to last very long, and so they are too expensive to continue using on a regular basis.
It feels like forever I’ve been looking for something even in the top range of affordability that actually works- and have tried just about everything it feels like.
I hit the proverbial skincare wall of “Can’t afford it, I give up!” – and that is when I got an offer from a Cosmeceutical company called Dermagist to try a line of their anti-aging products, and if I liked them enough, to give away a set to a lucky reader of mine.
After reading a bit about their products, I jumped at the chance.
Dermagist has natural products ranging from acne-treatments to anti-aging to even foot & heel revitalizing cream. I have some dry funky feet, but of course, the thing I was the most interested in was the Complete Rejuvenation System.
Included is a Dynamic Age-Defying Serum that attacks wrinkles, age spots, large pores, and redness (3 our of 4 of those I do in fact ‘suffer’ from), an Instant-Effect Lifting Serum that contains Sesaflash and Matrixyl to fight wrinkles and tighten skin; and their Original Wrinkle Smoothing Cream (my personal favorite) that adds a deep moisture to your skin and smooths away wrinkles by increasing your skin’s own collagen and cell regeneration with Matrixyl and Sodium.
I have been using the system for a little over 2 weeks now and I have to tell you, I am really pleased. One of the main problems with my skin, that has ALWAYS been a problem (and probably why it’s aging faster than I think it should) is dryness. I have super dry sensitive skin, and with the dryness comes redness- and with age comes bigger pores. Look, it’s just been a hot mess.
Now, I’m not going to sit here and tell you that POOF, my wrinkles are gone! Praise cheezus! But there is a vast improvement. Not only in the deepness of my 3 “stop those facial expressions!” wrinkles, but in the quality of my skin. I don’t think it’s ever been so soft and moisturized… at least not in my coherent memory (y’know, baby skin and all). The redness around my nose is subsiding- and my poor old pores are beginning to shrink. I like to watch them shrink and pretend it’s a battle where I have a giant sword and they cower in a corner begging me to let them stay but I am relentless. Big pores are evil pores- and thanks to Dermagist’s Complete Rejuvenation System- soon they may be tiny pores that don’t yell at me in the mirror anymore.
And now you are going to have a chance to win this same Rejuvenation System (a $130 value- and it lasts a LONG time) and battle your pores, wrinkles, age spots, and dryness just like I am! Wahoo!
Super easy to enter, and you can earn multiple entries- just use the Rafflecopter widget below!
(If you are mobile and cannot see the widget, please contact me through my Facebook page and I can help you enter)
The giveaway entry period starts NOW, 1pm EST on 11/15 and will end at 1pmEST on 11/19 (Monday)
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