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06-03-13 | Posted by

Start perfecting your complexion now with this week’s Gorgeous Giveaway. We have 3 tubes of Ossential® Radical Night Repair Plus (ARV $145) from ZO® Skin Health to give to our lucky winners. A serious anti-ager, RNR is powered by 1% retinol, an unusually high concentration of this OTC ingredient (up to 6 to 10 times higher than other retinol products).

RNR targets a wide range of aging concerns: lines and wrinkles around the eyes, forehead, mouth, and lips; hyperpigmentation from sun damage: and loss of elasticity. The reasons that retinol can impact so many issues is that it addresses a major underlying cause of the signs of aging: damaged skin cells and loss of collagen production.

A nighttime treatment, RNR first accelerates cellular turnover, then penetrates the skin to help generate new cells and produce new collagen. As new skin cells emerge, skin appears younger, healthier, more even toned, and radiant.

As with many powerful ingredients, RNR must be used carefully. Initially, some dryness, irritation, and peeling may appear. If you are new to retinol, begin gradually. After cleansing, apply two to three pumps twice a week in the evening, 30 minutes before you go to bed. Increase frequency to alternate nights, and then every night, as tolerated.

For best results, use RNR as part of a ZO® Skin Health regimen.


To Enter: What concerns you more: wrinkles or brown spots? Why?

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*No purchase necessary. Open to US residents only. Contest begins 6/3/2013 at 11 AM EDT
and ends 6/9 at 11 PM EDT.


  1. julieaf Says:

    Getting older means better skin care! I love your products and would be thrilled to win anything!


  2. collifornia Says:

    Brown spots.

  3. redfuzzycow Says:


  4. carole312 Says:

    Age spots. They are gross. They look like whole wheat bread dough to me.

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  8. Amanda Says:

    I would have to say “Brown Spots” would bother me more. I would love to try anything that would lessen their appearance.

  9. EuJan Says:

    I don’t have any wrinkles that are really bothersome, but boy oh boy, discoloration and brown spots get me so down in the dumps = /

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  12. lisamcf Says:

    brown spots

  13. Tonya Says:

    Definitely wrinkles, its all about prevention!

  14. jennyed2 Says:

    Definitely Brown Spots

  15. Cynthia Says:

    The wrinkles bother me the most. @BeautyintheBag. I don’t have many dark spots. But I have a lot of wrinkles.

  16. Cynthia Says:

    Wrinkles bother me more than dark spots. I don’t have many dark spots but I have a lot of wrinkles.

  17. auntiebb Says:

    Definitely need help with wrinkles.

  18. Bettylou Says:

    wrinkles. I will be 66 in August and I am starting to get some fine lines around my eyes. I would love to try this product.

  19. Ronja Says:

    brown spots because of that its hard to cover. wrinkles you can treat little better with concealer and cream.

  20. sweetmatcha Says:

    Concerned about both! Wrinkles, especially around the eye area, they are unattractive! Brown spots make your face look dirty but it’s not.

  21. joannaonthelake Says:

    For me it is wrinkles! So far I don’t have many dark spots, but I do have some fine lines and wrinkles forming and they are really making me feel self conscious! I have noticed them in the last year, and especially more pronounced when I am tired, which I am a lot since I don’t always get that much sleep these days……I would love to try this night time treatment, it sounds wonderful!

  22. mom23kidozz Says:

    Dark spots for me.

  23. amylynnwells Says:

    brown spots, I feel like they attract so much attention and are hard to hind or cover up.

  24. Kimmie02 Says:

    Wrinkles for sure! I am 47 so the wrinkles are starting to be more noticeable!

  25. intrigue1 Says:

    The wrinkles because they are all over and harder for me to cover up than the brown spots.

  26. windycindy Says:

    Hello, This product is new to me and it sounds fabulous!
    At my current age, brown spots and discoloration are a major
    concern for me…I would love a more even skin tone and fresh
    looking facial skincare.
    Many thanks, cindi

  27. rychepet Says:

    I’m more concerned about dark spots because there’s a history of skin cancer in our family

  28. Cory Says:

    My mother and i have struggled with Dark Spot for most of our lives and its quite a burden that you just never get use to.
    I’m always on the look out for the next best fade cream, and it feels like where just in the process… getting older while trying to look younger. It would be great to find a cream that does what it promises.

  29. CKay Says:

    Both are a problem I’d love to not have. I think for the face, its the wrinkles, but for the hands, it is definitely the dark spots.

  30. BarracudaRon Says:

    brown spots, ’cause I got ’em, around the temple area only though wtf

  31. Pammy Says:

    Brown spots definitely.I feel that any discoloration on the skin is a bad thing.Plus i’m very light skin so they would be very noticeable.

  32. Kat Says:

    This question is a toss up, however brown spots are more of a concern for me. Sometimes I wish they’d all run together and then I’d have a nice tan. Overtime I’ve tried several products that promised results, without success. It seems ZO® SKIN HEALTH OSSENTIAL® RADICAL NIGHT REPAIR just might have the power to seriously impact and lessen the ‘rust spots’.

  33. Meenakshi Says:

    it’s frustrating more concerned about wrinkles I look in the mirror and see the first signs of fine lines and wrinkles. They’re around your eyes, your mouth, even your forehead—and they’re starting to set in.Hope to be lucky…your giveway always awesomeeeee.

  34. tealady3 Says:

    At 51 I would have to say a little of both.I am happy that I don’t have many wrinkles because I have used sunscreen forever.

  35. MarilynInNC Says:

    At my current age it would definitely be dark spots for me. I have PCOS that has caused dark skin patches and the one on my face is darkening as I age and getting harder to cover/hide.

  36. magsviera41 Says:

    At my current age my main concern is facial brown sun spots from tanning because I need to conceal them and avoid more.

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  38. Twila Says:

    I think my concern would be brown spots. I feel that a few wrinkles are normal for a 50 year old but brown spots , freckles or any sort of hyper pigmentation makes someone look older.

  39. missbrasil08 Says:

    I think both has effects on the skin regardless if its wrinkles or dark spots they stretch out your inner and outer pores and your 15 cells skins layers so if you think about it ;its like stretch marks you can reduce the coloration and size of them but you cant get rid of them..lotions and creams and sun block are like substances to keeping skin feeling good and looking good…be happy …

  40. snevels Says:

    Wrinkles because there not easy to cover up (with make up).

  41. Delena Says:

    May I say..both! In my 40’s and both are becoming a concern for me. I feel so much younger and would love for my skin to show it!

  42. floridachick Says:

    The brown spots bug me more because I think they make me look older and they are harder to cover up too with concealer.

  43. jwlbug28 Says:

    I think wrinkles are worse. Brown spots can be removed with treatments, but wrinkles are harder to get rid of.

  44. Sona Says:

    Both the wrinkles and brown spots.

  45. OhLaLaChrissy Says:

    Right now, I’m more concerned about brown spots. I have more brown spots than wrinkles. I’m constantly trying to conceal them, but it doesn’t work that well! I would love to find a product that lightens up these dark spots.

  46. Kara Says:

    dark spots are more of a concern for me because I see how many dark spots my grandmother has

  47. koalafrog47 Says:

    Brown spots concern me more since I’m already predisposed to blemishes, so I presume that over time, my skin would age by a discoloration in the pigment leaving me with different patches of color.

  48. busywinner Says:

    Wrinkles ‘cuz they are harder to get rid of! (Or cover up)

  49. ewalsh Says:

    Definitely loss of elasticity.

  50. cindy Says:

    Wrinkles bother me the most. They make you look old and other than plastic surgery there is no way to get rid of them.

  51. Amee Says:

    i would say brown spots that are the result of hyperpigmentation on my tan skintone.

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