It is my belief that with age comes great wisdom, self confidence, and serenity. Unfortunately, while our hearts and minds are rewarded for all of their hard work over the years, our face is left holding a bag of unwanted consolation prizes like wrinkles, age spots, scars, and sags. Yes, that’s right- as we age we become both wise and saggy. There is a secret weapon, though, to help protect against the negative effects of the natural aging process, and it’s called TriDerma MD® Spot & Wrinkle Erasing Cream Anti-Aging Complex.
As we get older our skin has to combat hormonal changes, heredity, sun damage, and its own inability to retain moisture, especially on our faces, chests, and hands. TriDerma MD® Spot & Wrinkle Erasing Cream Anti-Aging Complex lightens, brightens, smoothes, and firms to help erase those problem spots. It provides results similar to those seen with chemical peels and other expensive treatments without all the harsh chemicals and irritants, and it is literally not even a fraction of the cost. TriDerma contains clinically proven botanicals, antioxidants, five specialized brightening ingredients, and AP4® Genuine Organic Aloe, which is a proprietary complex that naturally contains over 200 healing properties, so it’s safe for all skin types. It also contains anti-irritants, so it’s safer than Hydroquinone and Retin A. If you would like to gently smooth out fine lines and wrinkles and resurface your skin to reveal a smoother, brighter, more refined looking complexion, you can save yourself a trip to the dermatologist, not to mention a significant chunk of change (the suggested retail price is only $15.99!). Stop by select Walgreens locations and toss some TriDerma into your basket or go to www.TriDerma.com. Just because you’ve earned your wisdom doesn’t mean you have to wear it on your face!
*Note from Jackiebelle: Regarding my exclamation that TriDerma is “literally not even a fraction of the cost” of chemical peels: Although I was happily absent the day in grammar school when fractions were taught, I’m still pretty sure that it’s impossible for one number to not be at least a fraction of another number, so my statement stemmed from my excitement over finding such a nice skin treatment for $15.99 rather than from traditional mathematical theory. It will in no way hold up in a third-grade math class. You’ll just have to trust me when I tell you that you will not find a chemical peel or other similar treatment for anywhere near $15.99!