New StriVectin-SH Improves Skin Tone and Texture (+ enter to win)

Skin care just keeps evolving!  Today we have so many products to choose from, it’s tricky deciding which to use. Here’s my tip: use a brand with a history of great products!

StriVectin is a company with many successful skin care products, ones proven to work.  Their latest is no different.

Introducing StriVectin-SH Advanced Overnight Resurfacing Seruma natural, plant-based exfoliating system that resurfaces the skin for a smoother and brighter complexion

This serum is used to help gently dissolve dead skin cells, which cause skin to look dull, with it’s exfoliating properties.  It works to improve skin tone and texture to rejuvenate your complexion.  StriVectin’s exclusive NIA-114 molecule with a botanical exfoliate is the secret ingredient that makes this serum special.  Use if you want your skin to look fresh and even!

It’s milky appearance surprised me (serums are usually clear).  The texture is creamy. It leaves my skin feeling soft after use.  One night I even skipped my night cream but I didn’t feel dry as a result of the skip.  With use, my skin did peel slightly as my dead skin cells were being removed.

This product is a serum that goes on after washing, before night cream.  For improved results, use twice daily for the first 14 days.

Overnight Resurfacing Serum is available on QVC along with other buzz worthy brands and beauty breakthroughs during the New Beauty, New You beauty event!  Other brands include: Josie Maran, WEN by Chaz Dean, philosophy, Algenist and more.  The event kicked off late last night and will continue through the day with new products debuting every hour!

Join the fun on QVC!

One reader will be sent a bottle of the new StriVectin-SH (retail value $72)!

Leave a comment below sharing your biggest skin concern (acne, fine lines, dull skin, etc).

Deadline to Enter:

January 25, 2013 @ 11:59 PM PST

Winner will be notified via email and has 48 hours to respond. Failure to do so will result in a new winner being selected.

Prize will be sent from sponsor. A Mom in Red High Heels is not responsible for shipment. loss of shipment or timing of shipment.

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Comments

  1. Dawn Reid says:

    Dull skin and fine lines bother me
    mightynaynay(at)cs.com

  2. Sand says:

    My biggest skin concern is extensive vitiligo.

  3. Tammy Greer says:

    I’m starting to get brown spots on my skin.

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