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Nerium skincare review | Before and After

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2 Thoughts to “Nerium skincare review | Before and After”


    Hi Amy! I must ask a question. Isn’t it difficult to take before and after pictures? My detailed pictures are difficult, even with the supposedly high technology vehemently promised in iPhones, and past experiences with high technology cameras proved that I don’t have a talent for great pictures. What is insane to me is I have fairly good eyesight and very nice mirrors to attain a really nice look for myself and the closest, most honest people surrounding me say I look good and younger than my age, but my pictures say “Oh, Christina, you are just getting old.” I can tell you that each day, I see myself as looking really better after only my morning skincare routine without makeup. Oh, I digress.

    Except for a softer look in the little line between your brows, I cannot see any difference except redness in the after photo. Product content can be so bothersome sometimes, and lately. The percentages of good ingredients in skincare is a science. Thank you for the video, it was nice seeing you today 💕

  2. Ibelieveinangels yesido

    I see no difference, Amy. I looked for additional information, & all I found was repetition with no actual information other than oleander. With skin being our largest organ, basing a skincare line on something known to be toxic just doesn’t make sense to me. What goes on our skin gets absorbed by our body. I’ll pass.
    Your hair looks lovely in that style, Amy, with some of it pulled back & the rest in its natural curl! Hugs to Hannah! Blessings! Jackie in NY state

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