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New skin care cream uses unique technology to bring a youthful appearance back to skin

Published On: Jan 14 2014 01:42:12 PM CST
Updated On: Feb 27 2014 09:33:43 AM CST
Unique Anti-Aging Formula
Wichita, KS -

There’s a new uniquely powerful anti-aging product on the market that provides youthful-looking skin by combating the appearance of wrinkles, discoloration, uneven skin texture, fine lines, enlarged pores, and aging or loose skin. There is no other product on the market that’s main ingredient is from a natural source.
This new skin care cream is available in a night cream that’s applied nightly and then washed off in the morning. More recently, a day cream was released. This cream combines the benefits of the original night cream with high-functioning moisturizers, a vitamin C complex and a green tea antioxidant. It provides the perfect amount of moisture for daily use, but is thin enough to be worn under foundation if desired.
This amazing new skin care cream is cheaper and more powerful than other similar creams on the market. It’s safe for all skin types, and can be used on the face, neck, décolletage, arms, hands, elbows and knees. It is effective from the very first application, and with continuous use it can remarkably improve skin’s appearance.
People all across the country are seeing results with this new product. A former massage therapist in the spa industry in Beverly Hills, says, “The tone and texture of my skin have improved radically with the appearance of tightening and diminished pore size. The deep wrinkles on my forehead appear thinner, shorter and shallower. My skin tone is more even and radiant. I look and feel amazing!”
You can see before and after photos by visiting http://www.nerium.com/ResultsGallery.aspx?ID=dpmason. To shop with a local rep, contact David Mason at (620)242-4850 or http://www.nerium.com/AboutMe.aspx?ID=dpmason.

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