Princess75PlatinumPrincess75
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14 yrs, 6 mths ago

Miracle Ingredients Coming Up

I just read the new Marie Claire and they have a story on the new ingredients coming up in anti-aging products. There is some hardcore stuff coming up on the market, creams that tell your DNA what to do, a mousse textured mascara. It is a real eye opener. I’m not sure I’m keen on a cream that dictates to my skins DNA.
BH do you think you could investigate a little further into some of these miracle ingredients? lol:)

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  • Gem xxxPlatinumGem xxx
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    14 yrs, 4 mths ago

    No facial creams can penetrate that deep down into the dermis to actually create a `miracle` of rejuvenation.(not yet anyway)
    The nivea DNAage Zone Action moisturiser is just a fancy name to make consumers buy the product…it supports the skin by moisturising…just like any other cream does!
    So girls…all I can say on the matter is… the younger you start looking after your skin the better off you`ll be in future years to come…its never to late to start a beauty routine that your complexion will benefit from…you just have to find the right products that suit your skin type…it is all trial and error…but once you have established this…keep it up and remember…it takes time, effort and patience..but its all worth it in the long run!

  • Gem xxxPlatinumGem xxx
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    14 yrs, 4 mths ago

    No facial creams can penetrate that deep down into the dermis to actually create a `miracle` of rejuvenation.(not yet anyway)
    The nivea DNAage Zone Action moisturiser is just a fancy name to make consumers buy the product…it supports the skin by moisturising…just like any other cream does!
    So girls…all I can say on the matter is… the younger you start looking after your skin the better off you`ll be in future years to come…its never to late to start a beauty routine that your complexion will benefit from…you just have to find the right products that suit your skin type…it is all trial and error…but once you have established this…keep it up and remember…it takes time, effort and patience..but its all worth it in the long run!

  • Gem xxxPlatinumGem xxx
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    14 yrs, 4 mths ago

    No facial creams can penetrate that deep down into the dermis to actually create a `miracle` of rejuvenation.(not yet anyway)
    The nivea DNAage Zone Action moisturiser is just a fancy name to make consumers buy the product…it supports the skin by moisturising…just like any other cream does!
    So girls…all I can say on the matter is… the younger you start looking after your skin the better off you`ll be in future years to come…its never to late to start a beauty routine that your complexion will benefit from…you just have to find the right products that suit your skin type…it is all trial and error…but once you have established this…keep it up and remember…it takes time, effort and patience..but its all worth it in the long run!

  • CallaPlatinumCalla
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    14 yrs, 4 mths ago

    Elmo, I have the DNAge Zone Action moisturiser, but I am not really convinced that it`s much more than just a moisturiser…. it gave me eczema the first time I used it (but most stuff does) but I tried it again the other day and have been using it daily for about a week, on my bust, and arms (as directed). I can`t say I have noticed any earth shattering changes to my skin, but perhaps my DNA is a little slow at registering my change in creams…LOL
    While it is a perfectly acceptable moisturising product, I don`t think I would rush out to buy it (BTW, I won it in a comp)

  • CallaPlatinumCalla
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    14 yrs, 4 mths ago

    Elmo, I have the DNAge Zone Action moisturiser, but I am not really convinced that it`s much more than just a moisturiser…. it gave me eczema the first time I used it (but most stuff does) but I tried it again the other day and have been using it daily for about a week, on my bust, and arms (as directed). I can`t say I have noticed any earth shattering changes to my skin, but perhaps my DNA is a little slow at registering my change in creams…LOL
    While it is a perfectly acceptable moisturising product, I don`t think I would rush out to buy it (BTW, I won it in a comp)

  • CallaPlatinumCalla
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    14 yrs, 4 mths ago

    Elmo, I have the DNAge Zone Action moisturiser, but I am not really convinced that it`s much more than just a moisturiser…. it gave me eczema the first time I used it (but most stuff does) but I tried it again the other day and have been using it daily for about a week, on my bust, and arms (as directed). I can`t say I have noticed any earth shattering changes to my skin, but perhaps my DNA is a little slow at registering my change in creams…LOL
    While it is a perfectly acceptable moisturising product, I don`t think I would rush out to buy it (BTW, I won it in a comp)

  • ElmoPlatinumElmo
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    14 yrs, 4 mths ago

    Wow that is really interesting reading…has anyone actually tryed the Nivea DNAage products yet?

  • ElmoPlatinumElmo
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    14 yrs, 4 mths ago

    Wow that is really interesting reading…has anyone actually tryed the Nivea DNAage products yet?

  • ElmoPlatinumElmo
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    14 yrs, 4 mths ago

    Wow that is really interesting reading…has anyone actually tryed the Nivea DNAage products yet?

  • Princess75PlatinumPrincess75
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    14 yrs, 4 mths ago

    thanks BH. i was clear as mud wasn`t i. i actually meant the ingredients telling the dna what to do is stem cells. totally didn`t write that though did i. anyway, thanks for the link back to the articles.

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