I’ve made it a habit not to look at the promised results of a product before I use it as I feel that this influences me in what I perceive the effects to be. I do read the directions for application though and used this Skinbreeze Rejuvenation Serum for 2 weeks, day and night, ahead of my moisturiser.
As I went into the second week of application I started to think that the lines on my upper lip had softened a bit. These are the lines that I dislike the most and that sometimes tempt me to think about a peel or fillers. I don’t think I ever would but it’s that thinking that tlls me this area is the focus of my de-wrinkling goals!
So when the two week trial period was up I took a look at the product claims:
- Rejuvenation Serum revitalizes the skin and combats the general signs of ageing
- Reduces depth and size of wrinkles
- Softens lines
- Reduces intensity of muscle contraction and gives maximum hydration
Pretty impressive claims I’d say, but as I’ve said I had noticed the effect after just two weeks. By this point the supply was used up and so I can’t be certain if further use would mean further improvements in skin tone and reducing the appearance of lines and wrinkles.
There’s some interesting science behind the serum. It contains neuro peptides which inhibit the neuro transmissions that cause muscle contractions. Relaxing the facial muscles releases tension from the face which helps to reduce the appearance and formation of fine lines and wrinkles. This sounds a similar concept to how botox works but in a topical form.
The serum also contains hyaluronic acid to moisturise, nourish and protection against premature ageing caused by free radicals.
Skinbreeze Rejuvenation Serum is presented for use in a syringe like dispenser. It’s great that you can see how much product you have left and it dispenses just the right amount each time but I’m not a fan of medical looking packaging. So this is the only criticism that I have.
It’s available at Skinbreeze salons nationwide and is part of a range of a wider skincare range. You can find more details here.
What’s your opinion? How far would you go to prevent or improve wrinkles and lines?
This post contains PR samples.
3 thoughts on “Review – Skin Breeze Rejuvenation Serum”
that looks like such a lovely product! anything with hyaluronic acid is worth a try in my books! 🙂
It does seem to work!