Loved it!!!

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I recently ordered a little purse from Sephora that came loaded with samples but I think it was a big mistake. I now have a bunch of new products that I love and I am going to need to start selling my vital organs to pay for my beauty addiction! One of my new faves is Cosmedicine’s MegaDose skin fortifying serum I applied it after my normal morning cleansing routine and the first thing I noticed was it smells pretty harsh, kind of like perm solution. I was a little afraid I was going to stink all day but the smell went away really quickly. Once the serum had dried my skin felt really moisturized but the best part was how smooth my face was and my pores were a lot less noticeable.

Cosmedicine MegaDose Skin Fortifying Serum

What it is:
A multivitamin and nutrient-enriched face serum.

What is it formulated to do:
-Intercepts stress and environmental assaults
-Creates a healing environment that enables skin to repair past damage including fine lines and wrinkles, pigmentation, and loss of elasticity
-Helps stimulate collagen and elastin production to restore skin’s quality, tone, volume, and texture

What else you need to know:
Daily exposure to UV radiation, stress, smoke, and other environmental pollutants increases skin’s free radical burden and is a leading cause of premature lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation, and loss of elasticity. Antioxidant protection is an important defense against this damage and vital to skin’s healthy appearance.

Clinical trials using state-of-the-art high resolution tools measured:
-63% increase in protection against free radical activity induced by UV radiation

Recommended For SKINSTATES:
-Basic Skin Health
-Loss of Firmness & Elasticity
-UV Damage & Discoloration
-Rough & Uneven Texture
-Fine Lines & Wrinkles

$80.00 Cosmedicine MegaDose Skin Fortifying Serum 1 oz


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