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Plump up your skin after dehydrating travel with Rejuve MD Face

Plump up your skin after dehydrating travel with Rejuve MD Face
Plump up your skin after dehydrating travel with Rejuve MD Face
Tamar Alexia Fleishman, Esq.

It's not easy to rehydrate skin after dehydrating travel: think long haul travel, the delicious but salty meats at hotel breakfast buffets, expensive mineral waters and no other waters, etc. Skin can look like the whole life was sapped out of it. Well, drink your water fastidiously and wear a plumping serum! That's why I was happy to be hosted to experience Rejuve MD Face Treatment!

I don't have deep lines -- not yet! -- but my skin can definitely look "not plump". With Rejuve MD Face Treatment, I have a fresher look. The packaging is a covered pump bottle, keeping the product scrupulously fresh. It's clear with a bit of a syrupy consistency. The product is matte and invisible when it dries. As they suggest, definitely let it dry for several minutes before applying cosmetics, especially powder cosmetics.

I'm glad that it's mild enough for post-procedure skin; that means it would work for everyone. It was created by Board Certified Dermatologist, researcher and educator, Alex Khadavi, MD., FAAD, an Associate Professor of Dermatology at the University of Southern California.

This is what they say about it:

The Anti-Aging Face Treatment with Rejuve MD complex of bio-identical growth factors activates the skin's natural rejuvenation process by sending messages that awaken the collagen and elastin, while curbing the enzymes that destroy the skin's supportive matrix. With continued use you'll see astonishing improvement in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles plus dramatically smoother and firmer skin. Safe for sensitive and post-procedure skin, the Rejuve MD system is designed to fit into your existing cleansing and sun protection routine.

I also was hosted to experience their eye serum, but had an allergic reaction to it and had to discontinue its use.

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