I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Crepe Erase. I received product samples to facilitate my review and a promotional item to thank me for my participation.
The worst part of getting old (with the exception of my memory getting a bit foggy) is the WRINKLES. I expected them, and just as I imagined they began showing up by my eyes, my lips, my sagging jawline…but who knew that wrinkles can happen all over your body? Sometimes I feel like wearing a turtleneck and hoodie, with big dark glasses even in the middle of winter. UGH…
I decided that 2015 is the year of fixing things…at least fixing ME (the house can wait).
About four weeks ago, I began testing Crepe Erase, a new product that claims to reduce the crepe-like appearance of aging skin on the neck, chest, arms and legs
How I used the product:
- Step 1 in the Crepe Erase™ system, is the Exfoliating Body Polish. As you can see on my fingers (first two photos above), this body polish containing TruFirm™, a breakthrough firming complex that helps rejuvenate aging, dry, crepey-looking skin on the neck, chest, legs, and arms, has tiny exfoliating beads. It gently exfoliates rough dead skin cells, to help reveal smoother, more resilient, younger-looking skin. I use it daily in the shower after washing. Exfoliating the area, helps to promote healthy skin cell turnover and can improve your overall skin texture.
- Step 2 in the Crepe Erase™ system is the Intensive Body Repair Treatment. This ultra-rich formula contains the patented TruFirm™ complex, that firms the skin with a rejuvenating blend of botanicals. It is EXTREMELY emolliant, and I noticed my skin became visibly smooth as I applied it. Over time it firms and tightens the look of aging dry, crepey, skin on the neck, chest, legs and arms as I was using it, with nutrient rich, super-hydrating oils, providing all-day moisture and protecting the skin. Over time the skin begins to appear smoother and firmer, giving you a more youthful appearance.
After four weeks here’s what I found:
I saw a significant difference in the depth of some of the smaller wrinkles after four weeks. No, they haven’t all disappeared, but I do see results, and this is only after one month of using this two-step system. If you go back and look at my first impressions of Crepe Erase, you’ll get an even CLOSER look at just how awful my wrinkles (yes, and my turkey neck) were. While most products that I use concentrate on firming the FACE, it’s nice to see a product that can help firm the neck, chest arms and legs. Now that I’ve seen an improvement in the one area, I plan on using it higher up on the neck and lower onto the chest, so that I can wear V-Neck shirts and show more skin this summer.
If you’re interested in trying Crepe Erase you can get more details at:
- Crepe Erase Website: www.crepeerase.com
- Crepe Erase Facebook:https://www.facebook.com/CrepeErase #CrepeErase
You or any of the others giving a product review on this cannot be trusted, you and all other say up front “I participated in an Influencer Activation on behalf of Influence Central for Crepe Erase. ” Which to me as a reader means you are INFLUENCED…. My guess is my post will never show up in your blog…
There is a much cheaper and effective way to exfoiliate and moisturize. I have done this for years. St Ives peach apricot scrub on your legs, arms, elbows, knees, and face. If you want a non greasy light weight mosturizer that last all day you can use Moracan Argon Oil sold at hair salons a big bottle cost about forty eight dollars and it has multiple purposes. You can use it on your hair to keep it shiney, soft, and frizz free. You can use it as an all over moisturizer and it does not take much to get the desired effects. Both products should last for about six months since you only exfoiliate once a week. The best part us there are no break outs with this methid and I live in SC where it is quite humid in the summer. Don’t get me wrong I do use a skin care line for fine libes and wrinkles on my face but they tend to work better with the once a week exfoiliation . This is because the dead skin cells are shed with the process. I hope this helps.
Sorry I had a couple typos they were method and lines.