There are a host of beauty products on the market that claim to redefine the affects of aging and skin care, aimed at offering a lot of promise to middle aged woman who definitely don't want to show their age. Cindy Crawford's Meaningful Beauty and Victoria Principal's Reclaim are two of the most popular products on the market. Both products target women who are looking for a worthy product effective at reducing wrinkles and fine lines, reversing sun damage as well as preventing premature skin aging. Meaningful Beauty reviews as well as Reclaim consumer reviews have been overwhelmingly positive and both products consist of a full skin care line that is to be used daily replacing all other products collecting dust in the medicine cabinet. So which one is best? You might have to try them both to decide; but the following information may disclose which one is your best bet as far as a new, age reducing skin care regime.
Cindy Crawford's Meaningful Beauty skin care line has been developed and backed by a dermatologist by the name of Dr. Sebagh who is well known as the skin care specialist to the stars. The product line is based on scientific research showing that collagen and anti-oxidants are the leading beneficial nutrients when it comes to our skin and the key ingredient is an extract from a rare French melon that contains a high level of antioxidants. Meaningful Beauty has a very distinct smell to its skin care products which is the result of the rare melon. Consumer reviews suggest that the smell is very appealing. The makers of Meaningful Beauty have literally patented the phrase "age maintenance" and claim that this product with antioxidants, collagen, lipids, coenzymes and minerals will not just diminish wrinkles and fine lines but prevent new ones as well. This Meaningful Beauty skin care line comes with a 30 day introductory offer of $ 29.99 and a money back guarantee and the price jumps to $ 110 for 3 months after the trial period. This makes Meaningful Beauty not just revolutionary, but well priced for the average user as well.
One of the downfalls to this system is that the products and creams only have an SPF of 20. While the smell is appealing to most, there are some consumers who felt that it was too strong and even overpowered perfumes. Most consumers who used the product as designed (meaning all the products from the wash, scrubs to the lotions and night time creams) saw some results and it seems to be effective at removing redness and making skin much softer. Some dermatologists, however, claim that Meaningful Beauty's claims to undo the affects of sun damage are false because sun damage drastically reduces the elasticity and deeper layers of the skin. All in all, the product seems to receive a rating of anywhere from 7-10 (out of 10) from consumers, which indicates that the product is useful and effective as designed.
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