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A Miracle Face Serum?

By michellehorton |

I’ve been hearing a lot about the new Vitamin C Ester 15 treatment by Perricone MD, and after reading the online Sephora reviews you’d think it was the fountain of youth.

But is it worth the cost?

The treatment claims to have the highest concentration of Vitamin C Ester in any anti-aging topical treatment. Vitamin C Ester is basically a fat-soluble chemical bond (made by fusing natural vitamin C with the fatty acid from Palm Oil) that boosts collagen production and firms skin, plus improves skin texture and gives that coveted “glow.”

And the reviews are as glowing as they claim their skin is:

“There are a small number of products that I really see results from, and this one has been the best.”

“Dr Perricone has done it again. I have been a faithful user of his products for many years and will be forever grateful for how they have changed my skin. This product is not an exception. In fact, I am stunned at how quickly I saw incredible results. As a woman in my fifties and an avid sailer and kayaker, hyper pigmentation from aging and the sun was a growing concern. Blessedly, it has largely diminished after only a few week’s of faithful use.”

“I was absolutely amazed by this new product. After just a few days of use, I was floored by the results. My skin was glowing, firmer, and bright. I’ve had friends and co workers actually coming up to me asking what I’ve done different. One even asked if I’ve recently had work done. All I could was laugh and say “No” it’s the Vitamin C Ester 15 by Dr Perricone. I actually look forward to washing my face at night. So amazing!!”

The catch? It costs $120 at Sephora.

Would you spend the money on this?

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Michelle Horton is the founder of Early Mama, an award-winning site that proves young motherhood doesn’t have to define or limit us. When not writing, she’s typically pretending to be a superhero in her 4-year-old son’s imaginative play. Read bio and latest posts → Read Michelle's latest posts →

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