I have been using Clinique for years. I have always relied on Clinique, perhaps because it's one of the cheapest brands in department stores, maybe because it just has the name. But I've gotten disenchanted with it lately with my skin really seeing big differences in wrinkles, mainly I've gotten wrinkles lately. So I decided to make a switch, try something else, and if it didn't work out, well obviously I would go back to what I know. I tried Dermatopin as a trial for myself. My wrinkles didn't go away. But they did go down. My skin looks more even lately, and it seems like it's moisturized without being clogged.
I have never used wrinkle creams before. I have seen my mom for years waste more and more money on moisturizers, and she has never really seen anything good. She has more acne even in her 50's, and she has other problems in general. So I've never seen a reason to bother. But with all the moves forward lately, I don't see any harm. So I tried dermatopin. I have not seen my skin look this good in a long time. So technology does change obviously. I still don't trust many brands, and spending just $30 and getting results, I don't see a reason to try anything else.
I have sold Mary Kay in the past. It was more of a short lived, didn't do anything for me, I sold to friends and family thing. I was convinced of it for a while, and they have really good moisturizers. But when I buy a wrinkle cream, I don't think it's unreasonable to expect to get a wrinkle cream! So I tried using something else instead, and I really have tried a lot of things anyway. But I have found that dermatopin works better. It actually has gotten rid of some wrinkles for me, and my skin is more than just moisturized.
I am a grocery store brand girl. I have always used grocery store brands, because I don't see any sense in paying more than I have to in order to get the exact same thing! I have found in some cases that the more expensive is better, but not by much. But I thought that I would go outside my usual for once, and I tried out dermatopin. I am not actually sorry I did. It's not my usual. But it works a lot better.
I have tried a few wrinkle creams. I'm not an avid searcher by any means. So I don't have experience with a lot of them. But I have tried enough to have an idea of what doesn't work. So trying dermatopin, I saw all the science, and it looked good. I have actually seen results with it. I look about 5 years younger after using it for about 3 weeks now, and I obviously don't feel younger in general. But it does what it's supposed to.