Face Sculpt Serum Excalibur - d-age - Mod.Skin Labs

Face Sculpt Serum Excalibur - d-age - Mod.Skin Labs

OMG ... every once in a while, along comes a product that seriously grabs my attention & the Mod.Skin Labs Face Sculpt Serum is one of those. If you suffer from a loss of elasticity, you just like your skin to feel firm & refined, or you had one too many vodka martini's last night, you stayed out partying 'til 4am and have to go to work ... this is a wonderful skin pick me up - literally! Best of all, for those of us who need a quick fix, it works in about 20mins. DMAE, is a powerful amino acid derived from nature that improves cell membrane function, which in turn improves tone and elasticity. Klamath blue-green algae, restores condition & boosts moisture content in the epidermis, resulting in a silky smooth feel to skin, and increased epidermal strength & resilience. Biologically active chlorophyll present in the algae purifies and oxygenates. Talk about a powerhouse! So do what you will with your indulgences, just make sure you have a bottle of this on hand to firm up the aftermath.

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