"The Wrinkle Cure", Perricone MD Cold Plasma Review and Giveaway

Thursday, December 16, 2010
I celebrated a birthday a few days ago. With each birthday comes a few new gray hairs and a few more wrinkles. And since I haven't been blessed with porcelain skin, I am forced to go to great lengths to take extra special care of my skin.

In addition to battling the natural aging process, eight years ago I was diagnosed with rosacea, a treatable but not curable skin condition. I have tried countless products, both over the counter and prescription, to control the redness that is a result of rosacea, but nothing has been successful.

Just when I thought I was out of options, I was introduced to Perricone MD Cold Plasma. Cold Plasma is a topical face cream which combats fine lines and wrinkles, dryness, enlarged pores, redness, discoloration, uneven skin tone, impurities, and loss of firmness, radiance, and smoothness.
Oh, believe me, I was skeptical at first, too. How can one product address all of these issues? I would normally need to use 3 or 4 different products to address an array of skin problems such as these. But Cold Plasma promised to deliver.

And it did.

I eagerly began using Cold Plasma as directed, in the morning and evening, after cleansing and before moisturizing. Within 5 days, I noticed a difference in the texture of my skin. It was smoother. And as promised, my skin was brighter. After about 14 days of consistent use, the redness was diminished, and my skin tone was more even. As for wrinkles? Cold Plasma really is the wrinkle cure. The cream definitely diminished my crow's feet after 21 days of use.

One of the problems that I occasionally experience as a rosacea sufferer are flare-ups. These flare-ups usually result in acne-like symptoms such as raised, red pimples. I have found Cold Plasma to be the best treatment for adult acne. It clears up the acne better than acne cleansers and creams and astringent pads.

The only down-side to Cold Plasma is the high price tag. At $150 per 1 fluid ounce jar, it's not a cost-effective option for the masses. For me, it is actually a less expensive alternative to the co-pays I was spending on prescription topical creams, cleansers, and oral antibiotics. I was spending close to $100 per month in co-pays for my facial care prescriptions.

Would you love to try a jar of Cold Plasma? Lucky you! Pieces of a Mom is generously offering one lucky reader a 1 fluid ounce jar of Cold Plasma, a $150 retail value.

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Disclosure: I received a complimentary 1 fluid ounce jar of Perricone MD Cold Plasma for the purpose of facilitating this review. All opinions expressed herein are strictly mine. Other than a complimentary sample, I received no other compensation for this review. For more information on my Disclosure Policy, click here.

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