Has anyone tried the product developed by the French doctor that keeps Cindy Crawford looking forever young?
The advertisement is enticing offering the results a facelift would produce without the pain that last two weeks to six months, the numbness, swelling and bruising and the surgical risk that could involve infection, adverse reactions to the anesthesia, failure to heal properly or a "too done" look once you've healed. They failed to mention risk of death.
To further tempt you to try their product, the cost of a facelift is suggested to be between eight and fifteen thousand dollars compared to their price of only $39.95 plus shipping and handling. That is for one month's supply and then you will be billed (on the credit card you provide) forever or until you cancel your subscription.
The magic ingredient of this product is a melon. More specifically it is the rare charentais cantaloupe, found in a remote region in the south of France. The secret is actually a powerful super-antioxidant called superoxide dismutase or SOD. SOD has been referred to as a "youth molecule" for its miraculous age-defying properties, and is believed to be one of the most powerful antioxidants known to science.
This product was developed by a French doctor, Jean Louis Sebaugh, and Cindy Crawford is the spokeswoman for this product. This may be an amazing line of skin care products and they may keep your skin looking healthy and youthful for a time but, as we all know, time passes and we begin to go through the normal aging process where we lose elasticity and wrinkles form. At this stage of the aging process you may be content to continue with a skin care program or you may be wanting a little more help such as Botox or an injectable filler or even a facelift. This is the time to consult with a board certified plastic surgeon.
Until then, does anyone have a testimonial about Dr. Sebaugh's product? We would love to hear your comments. We all want to look as good as we possibly can for as long as we possibly can. Bon Jour.