As promised, here’s my review of the Vitacreme B12 Regenerative Cream.
I’ve been using this product for about a month now and purchased this through http://imomoko.com/ for about $36. It is the most I’ve ever spent on skin care, but well worth it.
Funny story: I was having a bout of eczema when I impulsively bought this cream not even bothering to do research on whether it would treat my skin’s problem or not. It was rather strange of me since I do EXTENSIVE research into skincare ingredients before bothering to pay up. I guess the hype caught up on my tail and maybe it was a little instinctual because the day I got it, I slathered it on and woke up sans eczema! It was a freaking miracle I swear! Not only was my eczema completely gone, my eye bags shrunk considerably and I looked well rested. I blame the hue of the cream- which is pink, to why my complexion was so much more luminous.
Over the weeks, I’ve seen a dramatic improvement in clarity and texture of my skin. My blemishes and scars heal so much faster and my pores are less visible. I no longer get too oily mid day. Foundation and concealer glide on so much easier, on the rare occasion that I even wear any foundation that is. I use this cream on my neck and around my eyes as well. It truly is all purpose. Of course, just because it worked for me doesn’t mean that it’ll work for you. I gave a friend a sample and she didn’t see any results that I got so it varies from person to person. I on the other hand have found my HG moisturizer.
Tip: If you are extra oily, refrain from using Vitacreme B12 in the day and only apply for nightime. I find that at night my skin drinks it up as opposed to using it in the day. I guess since skin repairs itself at night it makes the most use out of the cream during that time? I dunno LOL!
Ingredients and instructions on how to apply Vitacreme B12 can be found here> http://www.anu-skin.net/VitaCreme-B12-Guide_c_47.html
Hope this was helpful somewhat ^_^