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This year, for the first time in a LONG time, my skin isn’t dry. It isn’t peeling, It isn’t powdery and cracking.
This year, at the end of winter and the beginning of spring, my skin looks really good. The dark circles under my eyes – hey, I’m a night owl; we all have dark circles! – are almost gone. The puffiness that so often accompanies the dark circles is gone, too.
My face feels smooth and soft, and at night, I love the sensation of my smooth, hydrated skin on my clean smooth pillowcase.
I know why my skin is in such good condition this spring, too. It’s because I’ve been using NuGlow skincare products for a few months now. Everything said on the NuGlow website is absolutely true, and I can personally vouch for that.
My skin doesn’t smell like, well, anything, either. Remember, NuGlow products are odorless. I love that. There’s nothing to compete with my light springtime cologne now.
NuGlow has a new product! NuGlow Moisturizing Cleanser is designed for skin exposed to harsh environmental effects; if you live where winters are harsh, or where humidity is extra low, this is the perfect daily skin cleanser for you!
In fact, this is also the perfect skin cleanser for people who do a lot of traveling; airplane air can really wreak havoc on skin! People who do a lot of swimming in chlorinated pools would also benefit from this new skin cleanser.
This product is perfect for anyone whose skin is dry, sensitive, or just, um, mature. The cleanser is full of vitamins, including Vitamin E, and the combination of these age-fighting antioxidants will protect your skin from free radical damage.
NuGlow’s new skincare cleanser is also full of other natural ingredients, among them primrose oil, carrots, avocado oil, and seabuckthorn. These agents of Mother Nature help protect the skin from moisture loss, nurture cellular health, and just generally nourish and protect the skin.
This new cleanser has no parabens, fragrance, phthalates, pore-clogging ingredients, or formaldehyde-releasing ingredients. All other ingredients are natural and beneficial to the skin, as well.
Use NuGlow’s new moisturizing cleanser both moring and evening; just a small amount of cleanser is all you need; a little goes a long way!
As with any and all skincare products, keep away from your eyes. Follow the cleansing with your usual NuGlow care regimen.
While I can’t actually FEEL the NuGlow MD3 copper peptides working on and in my skin, I can certain SEE the results. I know that the MD3 copper peptides don’t just sit on the surface of the skin – they burrow down deep underneath the surface to work their magic science and truly nourish and nurture the skin from the inside out.
With most skincare lotions and creams and cleansers, one just smears them on the skin’s surface. With NuGlow skincare products, one applies them to the skin, steps back from the mirror, closes the eyes, and pictures the wrinkles and splotches being eliminated from the inside out, not just on the surface.
I wouldn’t even call NuGlow products “cosmetics.” They’re not really “medicine,” either.
I think I would call them skin nurturers.
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NuGlow doesn’t make my skin tingle or anything like that. It does, however, make my skin feel soft and sleek, and when I look into the mirror, I don’t see as many “splotchy” spots. The longer I use the products, the better my skin looks and feels.
I especially love the sensation of my face on my pillow, at night. Two soft smooth sleek things, touching. I am convinced that NuGlow’s results are the main reason I am sleeping so well these days.
It might sound odd, but even ordinary things like slipping a sweater over my head feel different now. When the wool passes over my face, the fabric seems to slip over it more easily than it used to. My skin isn’t as easily irritated now, either.
I haven’t had a zit since I started using NuGlow. I feel confident giving the MD3 copper peptides credit for that. These ingredients dig down deep inside the skin, nourishing and hydrating all the way. No zit could live under such ideal circumstances.
I’ve only seen one skincare line that was that confident in its products’ results. Nuglow.
Not only is Nuglow confident enough to make that statement; NuGlow is also confident enough to say this: NuGlow improves your skin’s elasticity and firmness, increases your skin’s hydration, evens out your skin tone and pigmentation, and creates a more youthful, fresher appearance.
Reading from the back of a bottle of another brand’s skincare lotion, I see this statement: “A touch of exotic flora and fruit extracts that help to moisturize your way to a more natural tone. Just apply this moisturizer daily and you’ll immediately sense a soothing green tea fragrance.”
What does THAT mean? Those words are on the back of an expensive skincare product, too. My daughter was here last weekend and accidentally left it on the bathroom counter. (Remember, I threw out all my other skincare products. I’m a dedicated NuGlow woman now.)
NuGlow products don’t have to rely on fragrance – they rely on results. NuGlow products don’t ask you to apply daily for a pleasant feeling – they tell you that when you apply daily, your skin is going to appear more youthful and healthy.
Ever since I became a NuGlow fan, I’ve become a huge critic of the phrasing and ingredients of other skincare products. So far, nothing – not even the really expensive stuff – has phrased a set of instructions that comes close to NuGlow’s guarantees.
A claim and a promise are two different things.
Some products make claims. Nuglow makes promises. I love it.
Okay, you’ve been reading all about NuGlow skincare products these past few months. I’ve given you details about each product, and I’ve shared with you my own opinions and progress as I’ve used my NuGlow products.
Now it’s time for YOU to profit from my experience!
NuGlow wants to give away a 3-piece skincare kit, and I don’t have to tell you again how cool this skincare kit is – you already know what I think of NuGlow’s products.
NuGlow wants to know what YOU think of them, too!
Here’s what to do:
1. Put this on Twitter: I’ve entered the @NuGlowSkincare contest – you should, too! http://goo.gl/xuJIj
2. Comment here and tell us why you want to try Nuglow!
That’s it. That’s all there is to it. We might even decide to give away more than one skincare kit – it depends on the comments and tweets!
Contest ends on April 10, 2011. Come ON! Free!
Pass it along. Thanks.
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Pat me on the back; I didn’t buy ANYTHING except cat food.
But while I was waiting around for Mom and Sara to fill the cart with thises and thats, I thought I’d go over to the cosmetics and prowl around the skincare products to do a little comparison-looking. Several different stores worth of comparison looking, in fact.
I checked out all kinds of name brands and generics, looked at their ingredients, perused their user manuals (I’m not kidding; there were half-ounce bottles of stuff that came in a box the size of a Hostess Twinkie multi-pack, just to house the manual!)
And oh, believe me, I know my Hostess Twinkie multi-packs. . . .
It was the ingredients I was most interested in, and I found a lot of ingredients. More ingredients than you’d find in a recipe for deep-dish Sicilian deluxe supreme pizza, in fact.
Looking on the boxes, jars, bottles, and Twinkie cases, I found octinoxate, ensulizole, octisalate, oxibenzone, vitamide complex, octyl methoxycinnamate, sulfonic acid, phenylbenzimidole, palmitoyl oligopeptide, acetyl hexapeptide 8, gluco-proteins, UREA, Tensine, Reservatrol, and a lot of artificial colors and fragrances. I found mineral oil, mica, glycerin, and petrolatum. I found menthols, citric acids, and crushed leaves of all kinds. There were several high-priced skincare creams that listed no ingredients whatsoever; this puzzled me, as I thought listing the ingredients – ALL of the ingredients – was mandatory.
When I got home, I looked closely at my NuGlow products; every ingredient is listed. This gives me confidence.
I saw nothing on the skincare shelves in any of those stores that mentioned MD3 copper peptides, which leads me to believe even more ardently than I already believed that NuGlow skincare products are the best, the very best, available today.
They’re certainly working for me, and I am my own best judge of what’s making me all pretty.
Come on over and see for yourself. Bring cupcakes.
P.S. Looking at all those chemicals on all those skincare products’ labels reminded me of the day one of my college professors made a lemon merangue pie right in front of our lecture group without using a single piece of actual food. He didn’t bake it, either. Before our eyes, he somehow created a “pie crust”, rolled it out, and spread it in the pan. Then he mixed chemicals in test tubes and beakers, poured the mixture into the crust, let it “set,” and invited us to taste it. It tasted exactly like stale lemon merangue pie. I think of this every time I look at the ingredients on anything I am thinking of buying.
NuGlow understands this “trust factor” that consumers are cultivating, and more so with each passing day. Nuglow lists all the ingredients, keeps all its promises, is odorless, begins to genuinely work on skin quickly, and is 100% guaranteed.
Speaking of which, I saw no skincare product on any of those stores’ shelves that had a 100% guarantee.
One more area in which NuGlow blows all the rest of ‘em out of the water.
Mmmm. . . . . Twinkies. . . . .
My camera battery is all charged up now, so here is the picture of my medicine cabinet “before.” I think the only things you see here that I actually use are the anti-perspirant (you’re welcome) and the eye drops. Oh, and some of those hair products. Everything else – all those expensive name-brand skincare products – are full. I never used them. It was just too much trouble to go to, without seeing any results any time soon.
So, I gathered up all those unused bottles and jars and pitched them. Then I cleaned the dusty cabinet shelves and stored my NuGlow skincare products in the cabinet. Did you notice that there’s quite a lot of extra room in there now?
I’ve read that most people’s bathroom medicine cabinets are stuffed full of products that are no longer or not ever used, but that people just CAN’T throw them away because, you know, they’re perfectly good products!
However, I do not feel that tossing all those totally unused bottles and jars was wasteful. What WAS wasteful was all the space they were taking up. I am trying very hard to unclutter my life, and since NuGlow products are working beautifully – already! – for me, why should I run some kind of storage facility for unwanted, expensive products that I will NEVER use?
I saw no reason for it.
Thank you, NuGlow, for so many things, the main one being that you keep your promises and do what you say you’ll do. Another reason, minor thought it might be, is that you are helping me unclutter my life. And my medicine cabinet.