This post is sponsored by StriVectin and SheKnows Media.
I am ALL about turning back the clock when it comes to my skin. I think we can all agree that we want our skin to look its best and when you get to a certain age like me, I want it to look younger. I would not be trying all of these lasers and lotions if I were completely satisfied with my skin; it is a constant process.
My newest skin care trial is with the game-changing Strivectin Wrinkle Recode. I've been a longtime fan of Strivectin products and how they are continually rebooting to bring us the next generation of products to outsmart aging. I am excited to partner with the brand to test this new serum.
Wrinkle Recode Line Transforming Melting Serum promises to reduce lines in just seven days. Just as exciting, this serum works on fine lines and even deep wrinkles. I am putting it to the test by trying it both morning and night for seven days.
While it may sound too good to be true, Strivectin clinically tests all products. All Strivectin products are measured, graded, and confirmed by research so you can count on scientifically proven results.
The new Wrinkle Recode has plenty of incredible science behind it, as well. It is inspired by the cutting-edge science of epigenetics, so this serum doesn’t just fight wrinkles - it outsmarts them by recoding the look of lines and creases in a whole new way. It's a very smart serum.
Strivectin’s proprietary BioRecode Technology turns your skin into its own best weapon. As soon as you apply Wrinkle Recode, it is like you turn on a “youth switch” to reduce the look of lines and creases. I know that it sounds like hocus pocus, but I have only used this Melting Serum for a few days, and I can plainly see the difference in my skin already.
Take a look at my face. This is how my skin looks before using Wrinkle Recode. I'm wearing no makeup here. Just me, my face and natural light. I'm not a spring chicken, and I have a lot of wrinkles, especially around my mouth and eyes. I am going to be watching this area by mouth very closely over the next seven days to see how well Strivectin Wrinkle Recode works for me. By my mouth is where I have the deepest wrinkles, and it's where I am hoping that Wrinkle Recode continues to work for me.
StriVectin Wrinkle Recode Line Transforming Melting Serum sells for $89 at strivectin.com and ULTA Beauty.
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Stay tuned to see how it works for me; I’m so excited!
This post was sponsored by StriVectin. As always, all opinions are my own. Please see disclosure policy for complete information.