Gals, I recently had the opportunity to get a sneak peek of Lumene’s new Excellent Future suite of anti-aging skin care products. Lumene Excellent Future Deep Repairing Cream and Deep Repairing Serum will be available at CVS and Ulta stores beginning the week of July 6th.
In my trial of both products, I found the “glide” of application to be impressive for drugstore skin care (it’s only $30 per product!). It absorbs really quickly into skin and provided a lasting barrier of moisture. It’s not the best fit for my still-in-my 20s slightly oily skin, but I’ll definitely use this in small quantities in the winter and will absolutely be recommending that Carol avail herself of some, as well.
Some more deets on the products: Lumene’s new line fuses nature and technology to create products that protect, repair and delay the signs of aging in skin. Lumene combined apple stem cell extract and Arctic white peat called Applexcell™. Apple stem cell extract works to protect skin stem cells that are depleted as we age while Arctic white peat provides an optimal hydration level for the apple stem cell extract and skin stem cells to work in tandem.
The best part? This stuff really works—an incredible 100% of women saw a reduction in the appearance of wrinkles in a clinical study. Similar plant stem cell technology is available in select prestige skincare products that retail for over $150, but Lumene is the first brand to bring stem cell technology to the mass market, making Excellent Future products available to all women for just $30.
And guess what? I’ve partnered with Lumene to offer five of you the opportunity to win a set for your very own to try out (and provide feedback for) before it hits shelves. Just enter below before noon EDT on Friday, July 3rd (U.S. residents only, please) and check this post at 5pm on that same day to see the five winners’ names revealed. Once the five winners receive their beauty booty, they’ll have a week to try the product and report back the results to me by commenting on this post. Good luck!
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