Product Review ~ Skincerity

Three moms from our panel recently had the opportunity to try Skincerity, a product from NuCerity International. We are excited to share
our review with you!

Skincerity is a nightly roll-on revolutionary cosmetic masque that works like a second layer of skin. It traps your body’s own natural
moisture and turns dry, damaged skin into a smoother, healthier, more radiant complexion.

Many users report better skin tone in 1-2 days. Most users experience softer, more radiant skin in the first week of usage and reduced
appearance of fine lines in 30 to 90 days. The product is applied to clean skin at bedtime every night for a minimum of two weeks to speed rejuvenation.  A thin film is evident on the areas where you applied it. In the morning, the remaining film can be removed with warm water
and your  regular cleanser.

My first thought when I applied Skincerity was that it smelled like nail polish remover, which is the acetone in the product. The
acetone dries within seconds and the smell is completely gone – the reason it’s used in this product is because it’s the fastest evaporating ingredient that can be used, and it doesn’t harm the skin. Don’t panic though – I know you’re
thinking, why would I want to put acetone on my skin?? Have no fear though- there is more acetone in
8 apples than in 1 bottle of Skincerity, and the acetone in nail polish remover is NOT the same as the one in this product. It’s a form of acetone that was developed specifically for skin. It is strong-smelling, but it’s harmless.
After the acetone evaporates, the product has a light, lilac-smell to it.

The next ingredients on the product list are polymers, which act something like a liquid band- aid. Skincerity is developed to be breathable,
since oxygen is necessary to heal skin. Other ingredients include vitamin E, water, grape seed oil and fragrance. It is non-toxic and safe for all skin types. Skincerity can be used on things like rough, damaged complexions, fine lines and wrinkles, enlarged pores, stretch marks, age spots, and more.

I used Skincerity on my face for this review, as I find my skin to be incredibly dry after cleansing. I
rolled the product on after my usual nightly routine of using a gentler cleanser and night cream. I was surprised at the thin layer that appeared after it dried – kind of like the skin that peels off of a sunburn. It made my skin instantly feel like I’d had Botox or something – I was excited to see the results! It felt the same way in the morning, my skin felt a bit tight but not
uncomfortable. Washing it off in the morning required just a facecloth and warm water.

After a few days of using Skincerity, I noticed a big difference in my skin’s moisture – I no longer had
to rush to get my facial lotion on after washing my face or showering, which was great! I have been using the product for about 4 weeks and have also noticed the fine lines around my eyes starting to diminish – yay! I was told that once you hit your 30’s your skin begins to lose its firmness (..eek!). I’m excited to have found something that I can use in addition to my regular
routine to help prevent more fine lines from appearing. My skin has taken on more of a glow – I am happy to report a great product!

The other Moms who had the opportunity to try Skincerity in this review also reported a noticeable
difference in their skin’s moisture. All three of us are happy with being able to continue to use our regular cleansers and moisturizers and have their effect enhanced by this product.

Be sure to have a look at some of these before and after pictures from their website!

Before using Skincerity (above)                   And after 4 months of use!

 

 

There you have it! If you’d like to give Skincerity a try for yourself, please visit www.mynucerity.com/cplessis.

 

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