People, there's been an exciting breakthrough at That's Not My Age Mansions. I've upgraded my beauty routine. Not difficult, considering that most nights I collapse exhausted into bed and reach for a carefully positioned packet of cheap cleansing wipes. The boudoir isn't quite up to Tracey Emin's standards, but you get the picture. But that's all changed. I've ditched the studenty behaviour and discovered a new paradigm in skincare technology: Cold Plasma by Perricone MD. It's a cosmeceutical. Here's Doctor Nicholas Perricone, you probably know him already, he's an expert on ageing and has written several books:
Not bad for 63, eh? Now, I'm no expert, so I'm not going to bore on about the science behind Cold Plasma (there's a lot of it), suffice to say that like blood plasma, this cream delivers nutrients to the skin, as and when needed. Addressing visible signs of ageing such as: wrinkles (tick), loss of firmness (tick), uneven skin tone (tick). I've been using the treatment for the last couple of months and - if I say so myself - my skin looks and feels amazing. Over the last year or so, a combination of stress and hormones have really had an impact on the old face, but having embraced the New Paradigm, my skin is all glowy and radiant again. I've just been applying Cold Plasma in the morning under moisturizer - though the doctor suggests using twice a day. I never read the instructions properly, so I've only just noticed that you can use this stuff on thighs, bums and wobbly arms too. Though it's quite pricey so I wouldn't slap it on all-over if I were you.
Do you have any favourite anti-ageing products?
Just so you know, Perricone MD very kindly sent me this product to review.