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THE GORGEOUS GIVEAWAY
This Gorgeous Giveaway includes 5 giveaways of the FullFill Hyaluronic Acid Topical Wrinkle Filler!
A revolutionary hyaluronic acid that delivers clinically proven results without the need for ionic devices, dermal patches, or appointments. FullFill delivers clinically proven reduction in the appearance of deep lines and wrinkles on the most stubborn facial areas: crow’s-feet, forehead wr
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The proverbial ‘New York Minute’ is still an eternity in the world of wrinkle erasers, where ‘instant’ now means nanosecond.
While some people are skeptical that instant wrinkle erasers are truly worth the fuss (the effects are superficial, and the results are definitely temporary), others rave about it. I am personally on the fence about instant line erasers, which seem to be the “it” darlings of the beauty world (they’re the new BB and CC creams, it would seem). While the fillings are for the most part silicone, some (like Lumene) add anti-aging benefits to their instant wrinkle-decreasing drama. Which means that you get both instant and delayed gratification—I can live with t
On May 2, the members of the FDA’s General and Plastic Surgery Devices Panel gave their nod to Allergan’s Juvéderm® Voluma® XC for the correction of age-related volume loss in the midface. Although Voluma still has to get through the FDA clearance phase, a recommendation from its advisory panel is a good sign. Voluma is well positioned to be the first NEW wrinkle filler to be launched in the US market in 2013, although it is already approved in 65 countries, including Canada.
So what’s new about Voluma? The name says it all. Voluma is intended to add volume to creases, deep folds, and areas in need of enhancement, such as cheeks and chins. It is used in Canada and Europe to r
Ever since its introduction in 1999, Kinerase skincare has been a fave of celebrities, including actresses Jennifer Aniston and Amanda Peet and supermodel Giesele Bündchen. A prestige brand sold exclusively at doctors’ offices and department stores, Kinerase’s signature ingredient is kinetin, a plant-based extract that gently treats wrinkles, photo damage and hyperpigmentation.
Now the same exclusive ingredient is available in the new Dr. LeWinn by Kinerase range, a lower-priced line sold at select Walmart and Walgreens stores. A super antioxidant, kinetin helps