Sunday, March 22, 2009

Smooth 365 Intensive Clarity Smoothing Peptide Serum


Smooth-365 improves skin in 3 different ways, over 365 days. The serum instantly, weightlessly and invisibly blurs imperfections, lines and wrinkles to help keep skin looking firm and less lined.
Smooth 365 helps perfect the overall appearance of your skin immediately and promotes smooth, looking skin with less visable lines overtime. Formulated with Palmitoyl Oligopeptide, Acetyl Hexapeptide-8 and special clarity-boosters, it starts to attack dullness and uneven skin tone on contact and visibly fights against lines and wrinkles over time.

Smooth-365 improves skin in 3 different ways, over 365days:

1. Clarity promoting extracts perfect skin tone for a more uniform, translucent looking complexion
2. Optical diffusers instantly, weightlessly and invisibly blur imperfections, lines and wrinkles
3. Peptides surge on to wrinkles to help keep skin looking firm and less lined

Ever wish you could turn back time?

365 days a year time assaults your skin. Now Smooth 365 with its powerful efficient peptide complex helps skin return to its youthful appearance - Smooth, even, radiant. Results you can see even after the first use.

Immediately 71% measurable visible improvement on skin clarity in clinical studies.
After 4 weeks of continued use: 3 out of 4 subjects felt their skin was velvety smooth.
After 8 weeks of continued use: 52% visible reduction in lines and wrinkles in clinical studies
Selling price S$82.00 at pharmarcy

13 comments:

LACEWORKS said...

hi,

any good products to recommend for pimples scar and acne?

thanks

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Lacework

My way of treating pimples scars is to apply "Retin A cream" from doctor.

oil clots problem said...

Hi Andy Lee,

How to stop oil clots from growing on face?

My face is quite dry but grow oil clots easily and I should use hydrating product but I am confuse I should use for "normal to combination skin" or "oily to combination skin".

Which brand should I buy?
Because some brand of their hydrating products are still oily and oil clots still growing on my face..

Pls help me.. Thank you! =)

Anonymous said...

You have a habit of just posting the writeup directly from what is shown on the product itself. This is a very lazy way of blogging. You should only do a post when you have bought or even tried out the product yourself or on some models or artistes.

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Thanks for your comment!

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

To Oil clots problem

The best way is to hydrates the skin by using facial sheet mask & weekly scrub/exfloliate. I think maybe because you maybe always in aircondition places or you also didn't drink enough water that causes dehydration but once you've apply something which a slightly rich in texture you've this oil clots problem!

Celeste said...

Hi Andy,

Is "Retin A Cream" suitable for all skin type? Is it consider a mild or strong product?

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Celeste

"Retin A" is a medication cream & may not be suitable for all skin as it may cause sensitiveness thus you need to seek skin doctor advice/prescription.

Anonymous said...

Hi Andy,

Thanks for your reply. Okay I will seek the doctor advise. Can I know where to get the "Retin A" cream?

Cheers,
Celeste

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Celeste

You need to seek doctor's advise & prescription in order to get them from pharmacy or from the doctor.

Sally said...

Hi Andy,

Which shall I apply first, the serum or the day cream?

Cheers
Sally

andylee makeup artist from singapore said...

Hi Sally

For the steps of products application - the lighter one go on first! In this case should be Toner-Serum-cream-sunblock.

Anonymous said...

I have tried the Retin A Cream introduced by a beutician before this. Great results in controlling acne. However, it causes mild peeling and my skin becomes very sensitive (get redness easily). I have stopped using it before I finished the 2nd tube.

~LING~
skin type: acne prone, extremely oily, porous, sensitive

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