One of these impulse buys resulted in purchasing Skinn Deep Wrinkle Protocol. Inside this pack I received a Sonic Tool, line peel solution and Erasing serum.
The Line Peel Solution consists of a multi-fruit acid complex along with mandelic acid, white tea extract and vitamin C. This formula acts to exfoliate the skin, preparing it for further treatment.
The Erasing Serum uses amino acid encapsulating technology to hydrate skin, thus reducing lines and wrinkles.
The Sonic Tool increases the effectiveness of serums by using pulsating vibrations to promote maximum absorption into the skin.
As directed, I applied the liquid Line Peel Solution first, using a cotton pad. Even with the active ingredients, I did not experience any adverse reactions.
Next in this 2-step skin treatment is the Erasing Serum. I began by applying to the lines on my forehead, eye area crows feet and lip lines. I then proceeded to massage into my skin with the Sonic Tool. I felt nothing but gentle vibration from this tool. With the rubber end and serum, there was no tugging, the tool just glided over my skin.
Would I purchase again? Oh, this is a hard one. This product works immediately to reduce fine lines, I was so impressed. But, the effect is not permanent, and I only seemed to get noticeable results with the Sonic Tool. Maybe with use of replacements, I might get results using over a longer time period, but, to be honest, I am just too lazy to incorporate these extra steps in my routine. I prefer a simple skincare routine, and don't really like to take a long time applying products. Ok, I only needed to use the tool for 30 seconds to a minute on each area, but seriously, I find that to even be a hassle.
Skinn Deep Wrinkle Protocol would be a perfect system for a big event, OR for a more dedicated, less lazy person, lol. I will, however, continue to use the Sonic Tool, as it can be used to apply any serums and eye creams.