That is the question.
This examiner has decided to try new things in 2014, and Nerium just happened to be one of the items.
This examiner tried it right before and during the Christmas holiday in 2013, and tried it on her arms after the new year.
When I tried this to be honest the skeptic side was a major player. Then this examiner tried it out for 7 days on her face and neck during December, and after the new year arrived it was time to try it on the arms.
Upon trying the Nerium Day and Night cream out on my face and neck, I did notice a difference in reduced oil production.(which was great for this examiner, since she has majorly oily skin.) The other noted item was that both creams went on smooth, with little no scent. The night cream though seemed to be a little stickier, but it also tightened up the pores while sleeping. The day cream though reminded me of a straight lotion that you put on to keep your skin moisturized during the winter months against the wind. (The day cream really did add some needed moisture, since this examiner's skin dries out royally in the winter.)
Next was the test with the arms. Once again the skeptic came out, but when it came to using on the arms, it was a pleasant surprise. It actually worked to reduce the stretch marks presence. By the end on day 6 there was a noted difference from day one.
In the long run this is a product that can keep you looking fabulous year around no matter what mother nature throws at you.
You can see the results of both go rounds at : http://www.morrisonsblogging.blogspot.com
If you would like to learn more about Nerium, or learn about becoming a brand partner you can contact local brand partner Lynn Cook, through her website at : http://www.lynncook.arealbreakthrough.com . (Just let her know Nannette Morrison sent you.) Lynn is a great gal, that will help to educate you about the product etc..., and being local brand partner in Oklahoma, you don't have to look any further.
So check out Lynn's site above, and get you some Nerium!