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Saturday, July 26, 2014

MitoQ Power Antioxidant Rejuvenation Serum

MitoQ Power Antioxidant Rejuvenation Serum
$119 for a 2 mos. supply

I will freely admit to be a serum addict.  When I first started using them 7 years ago, at the behest of Dr. Denese a Hungarian Dermatologist who believes in their power to harness moisture and make everything that goes on top of them more efficacious.

Back in the day, serums were hard to come by, (she of course made one as part of her skincare line).  Now they are a dime a dozen and I have a couple of faves.

When I received information about  Doctor developed, patented MitoQ Power Antioxidant Rejuvenation's Serum, I was intrigued by the description:

MitoQ® protects cells from the increasing oxidative stress associated with age and returns skin cells to optimal function. MitoQ® supports youthful collagen and elastin production - the key building blocks of healthy skin.
The result: MitoQ® Anti-aging Serum is an effective anti-wrinkle product that reduces the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, skin becomes denser, firmer and age spots fade.
MitoQ® Anti-aging Serum has been formulated in a hypoallergenic fragrance free base designed to fit in with your regular beauty regimen.
Simply apply two to three pumps to your face, neck and décolletage morning and night after cleansing for younger looking skin in as few as 6 weeks.
MitoQ® Anti-aging Serum makes a perfect night cream and combines well with sunscreens and moisturizers for all day skin repair and protection.
One bottle of MitoQ® lasts between 8 and 10 weeks and results improve with continued use.

I was immediately seduced by the sleek packaging when it arrived as well as the full size of the product. It is blissfully, scentless and has a light, creamy gel like consistency that melts into my skin.  It is encouraged to be used on it's own as a night cream, but I still find myself layering it under mine. I appreciate that MitoQ smartly also recommends that it be used on the neck, decolletage and back of the hands.

There is a lot of science behind it too, about mitochondria, free radicals and targeted delivery systems. I dosed through high school science, often carefully crafting my lipstick and gloss in a hand mirror much to my science teachers dismay, so I won't torture you with the details here.

Net-net, how did it work? Here's the tricky thing about my skin, lovely readers. Between the brilliant hands of my Facialist  extraordinaire Julie Pipilo and the amount of high end skin care I get to try and buy, my skin is in really, really good condition.

My skin looks and feels wonderful using MitoQ. My best gauge is the answer to the question, "would I purchase it on my own?".

Definitively, yes.

It's a good one...


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