This is another in the ongoing series about serious skin care.
I always meet women who say they don't care… until there's one wrinkle or droop too many and they can see their face actually altering.
And the women who espouse nonchanlance are also the ones who are very opposed to doing anything surgical.
Even Diane Keaton, the postergoddess of aging naturally for women everywhere, has admitted to wishing she could do a little something…
Because of the constant and concentrated attention on finding the breakthrough product that is essentially the fountain of youth in a bottle, there are some amazing potions out there that can make a significant difference for the surgery-averse.
Sometimes they're complicated though, involving layering and combining and … they are time-consuming. Honestly, aren't we spoiled!
ReGenica caught my attention while going through a phase where I've had no time and no sleep and barely take a shower (I know, sorry). But because the day and night lotions come in a quick and easy pump bottle, I've been slapping it on right before I pass out and again in the morning.
On the fourth or fifth day, I caught a quick glimpse of myself the mirror and despite exhaustion, my skin looked bright and fresh. Hmm.
So I started reading about it:
- ReGenica's potent combo of proteins and growth factors were clinically proven to reverse the signs of aging and stimulate stem cell growth.
- Because "there is nothing more natural than what a patient's skin cells already produce, ReGenica [has] naturally occurring human proteins and growth factors to help rejuvenate and revitalize the skin."
- More clinical studies showed fast visible results. In a study using both ReGenica Day & Night Repair ($175 each) fine lines and wrinkles were reduced and skin tone improved in 10 weeks – but also as early as the first week.
This is what I noticed. So I wondered what it would be like in 10 weeks. Plus, the ease of use and silky feel (it's serum-free) makes it easy to put makeup on right over it – if I ever get around to doing that again.
It was also invented by Dr. Gail Naughton, a 56-year-old regenerative-medicine scientist who might know a thing or towo about the concerns of midlife women. (We hear she's working on an amazing hair regrowth serum as well).
For women who do opt for surgical intervention (no judgments here! Unless you make other women feel bad about it), ReGenica has a post-op formula: Facial Rejuvenation Complex Post Procedure ($150) — found to accelerate healing in as little as 3 days.
If you're ready for serious skin care, and don't want to spend a lot of time on it, this is a good place to start.
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