Cold Plasma

Do serums really work?  I’ve been thinking about what I will use between my eventual facial chemical peels, and serums seem to be the hottest thing.

I’ve been reading Dr. Perricone’s book Forever Young, and he talks about the rocket science (seriously) that prompted the creation of his Cold Plasma Face and Eye Cream.  So I Googled the Cold Plasma Face and Eye Cream to read some reviews.  I was expecting to be shocked by reviewers who were addicted to the space-age cream because it truly worked wonders, but I was really just shocked by the price…$150 for a 1 oz tub.  Although I saw it was down to about $120 on Amazon.  Now girls, it’s true, I would spend that, more actually, on a serum or cream if it really worked.  BTW: is this a serum or cream?

Okay, I was pleased to see his refund offer: “If your skin does not appear healthier, smoother and more radiant, simply return the unused portion of Cold Plasma within 45 days of purchase for a full, prompt refund with no questions asked.”  Here’s more info from the good doctor’s website:

“Five years of intensive research guided by a lifetime of scientific insight has yielded Cold Plasma, a breakthrough in skincare technology from renowned healthy aging expert Dr. Nicholas Perricone.

Cold Plasma addresses the 10 most visible signs of aging*:
  • wrinkles
  • enlarged pores
  • dryness
  • discoloration
  • loss of firmness
  • redness
  • uneven skin tone
  • impurities
  • loss of smoothness
  • loss of radiance
Free of parabens, sulfates, mineral oil, fragrance and fillers.
I also read some really positive reviews, so maybe I can get my hands on a sample!

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