Anyone who knows me, knows that the condition of my skin is something I take very seriously, yet I am not always happy with. I am very fair-skinned and unfortunately, sun care wasn’t something I practiced until I was in my mid twenties. And embarrassingly I will admit I also tend to suffer from red blotchy skin sometimes which is a real downer…especially since I’m now 31 years old and I look like I am blushing.
My bathroom counter is littered with every possible skin care product you can imagine and I think I’ve literally tried almost every major skin care product on the market. This is why I was skeptical when a friend suggested I try a cream called NeriumAD. This age-defying skin treatment sounded like all of the others I’ve tried before so at first I was reluctant to even try it. My friend kept telling me it will work and I needed to try it. So being the skin care maven I am, I finally gave in and decided to see what this cream was all about. And to be honest I was pleasantly surprised.
Nerium is a face and neck cream designed for nightly use which in clinical trials was said to reduce fine lines, wrinkles, uneven skin texture, enlarged pores, and aging or sun-damaged skin. Just what I need!
Nerium is a thick velvety cream you apply before going to bed which dries into a facial mask you leave on all night. In the morning you follow your daily facial routine…wash your face with a gentle cleanser (no hand soap please) then apply a toner and lotion. If you follow a good facial routine, you will see an improvement in your skin texture.
I wish I had thought to take some before and after photos of my face for the blog to show you the results. However I did find some before and after photos of Nerium users on the Love Your New Face site.
I don’t make miracle promises about this Nerium Cream. Let’s be realistic, if your 40 years old this cream won’t make you look 20. However, I can promise you if you follow a daily facial routine and use this cream at night you will notice your skin is smoother and clearer. Smoother skin diminishes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.