Wednesday, 9 March 2011

Skin cream update.

Well I did say that I'd get back to you on whether a month's use of Boots No7 Protect and Perfect Intense face serum worked. The idea being that the scientists have said it does. The difficulty with this is that I view my far from perfect mug in the mirror everyday. Asking the gentleman merely produces a comment along the lines of 'you look lovely'. Even if I have been out all night and look like a character in an Otto Dix painting. Sadly even when I do get a good nights sleep, a journey on the London Underground has me looking like a ghoul by the time I get to work. Work itself is bad for the skin. You heard it here first...anyone care to invent a patented anti-work cream?

However I do think a generous application of this stuff, morning and evening has made a small but discernable difference in the look of my skin, particularly in the areas with fine lines at the corner of my eyes, the very deep wrinkles on my forehead look a little better, although only a syringe full of disease (botox) would solve that and syringes full of disease are a step too far. Also worked well on the skin under my eyes which looked less pulled. 

I did see someone who had not seen me for a few months and his comment, unprompted by this blog was that my skin looked very 'clear'. I'm not spotty and he is American so hopefully I can presume that means it looked good in some form. On the whole then, I can recommend the stuff. I'm going to give it a few more months as the whole point is that it can actually change your skin with some permanency. Toodle pip! Minn x


LandGirl1980 said...

I shall bear this in mind when I stop fooling myself that I shall never wrinkle!

Penny Dreadful Vintage said...

Hmmm, it might be time for me to fork out the required dosh.

Lisa said...

Discernible is discernable, though! Glad to know it works, good for you. :)

Vintage Scans said...

As it happens, an anti-work cream already exists. I believe it's called a Brandy Alexander and is applied liberally to the back of the throat until all possibility of work is banished.

Jemima said...

Exciting..lve got a few fine lines around my eyes, will give this a go.


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