Saturday, May 14, 2011

Kiehl's Double Strength Deep Wrinkle Filler: Like Hyaluronic Acid Without The Needle

Hmmm. Hyaluronic Acid in a tube....minus the sting of the needle, over and over again?!

Now we're listening.

The well-respected skin care people at Kiehl's, claim their new Double Strength Deep Wrinkle Filler does just that----plump and smooth away the signs of aging. The small crazy glue-like tube will cost you $39, but hold on. The stuff is pretty remarkable.

You've heard of the very popular dermal fillers, Restylane and Juvederm. Both contain Hyaluronic Acid, which naturally exists in the body. It lubricates your joints and is in your skin and eyes. But as we age, less and less of the acid is produced.

Of course, you need to be stung by a needle to receive Hyaluronic Acid to instantly smooth away wrinkles or add volume to the face. Plus, it isn't free. Here in the U.S., the average cost of Restylane/Juverderm per treatment is between $500-$800; and treatment results typically last 6-12 months.

So, maybe a $39 tube of Kiehl's Double Strength Deep Wrinkle Filler is a good little beauty treatment to try. And it's easy. It's just like a primer, in that it acts like spackle---smoothing over rough edges to create an even, clean surface. And it dries in less than 30 seconds.

And Kiehl's DOES contain the precious Hyaluronic Acid in a fragmented form of sodium hyaluronate "filling spheres". You are getting a better skin texture that improves over time. And your fine lines and wrinkles look softer with each 'dose' of the Kiehl's wrinkle filler.

If anything, this stuff is a super base for makeup. And you don't have to feel the ouch of the needle.

Details at Kiehl's.

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