So here we are at the end of my 90-day supply of the Imedeen® Time Perfection anti-aging supplements, and I wanted to recap what I felt my results were after all of this.
One thing about me is that I have a hard time sticking with anything long term – it’s just not in my nature, esp with the amount of stuff that I try on a routine basis. However, this was really easy to add into my nightly routine. But, there was a bit in February when I forgot to put a new sleeve of the vitamins on my nightstand and forgot to take them. After some days, I noticed that my skin was looking a bit sallow and was soaking up more moisturizer than it had been recently. I couldn’t figure out what it was until I realized that I hadn’t been taking my Imedeen® at night. I got back on the anti-aging tablets and within a few days my skin was back to being more supple and softer, so I definitely feel that those were related.
Another thing that I have noticed while taking these is that the redness in my skin has decreased. Now, I know that Rosacea is partially the dilation of blood vessels in the dermis layer of skin. And, since Imedeen® works in the dermal layer of the skin to strengthen and improve the skin’s invisible building blocks of collagen and elastin, I feel like that it may have worked to help reduce the inflammation and appearance of redness on my face. I took this pic, bare-faced in the morning sun, first thing this morning so you could see what I am talking about.
I also know that my skin all over feels flat out softer and smoother. Usually this time of year, with the wild temperature changes because Oklahoma doesn’t know if it is still Winter or Spring yet, I am usually drier and itchier. This year, I haven’t been as dependent on the lotion bottles to help me cope – it just hasn’t been as needed. I think that shows that the Imedeen® Time Perfection works on, and in, the whole body and not just a facial product, like so many moisturizers.