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Which Skincare Products Should I Splurge On?

Questioning wether to buy Strivecton or some other expensive wrinkle cream. What does every one think is worth the splurge?

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Results Rx Eye Doctor is our patients' favorite splurge.

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We have never had a skin care product that inspires as much passion from our patients and staff as Results Rx Eye Doctor. And Elle Magazine agrees. Eye Doctor just won their Green Star Award 2008 for Best Eye Cream. It is available only through physicians.

When you put a drop of Eye Doctor on your finger you can actually see it double in size, which is how it plumps the skin around the eyes. One very discriminating patient started using Results Rx Eye Doctor. She told us the very next day that she had "used every eye product out there including La Mer and she had never seen anything like the immediate results with Eye Doctor".

Another patient said her competitive twin sister literally stole her Eye Doctor because she was "looking too much younger". We have lots of funny stories about Eye Doctor, but the day last year we ran out of it right before Christmas was not at all pretty. You would have thought it was the latest Nintendo game.

So what exactly is Eye Doctor? It is a liquid crystal eye serum that plumps damaged, thinning skin around the eyes. The ultimate combination of AGP Complex (retinol) and cococin growth factors stimulate collagen and elastin formation to reduce the appearance of fine lines. The addition of copper complex provides potent strengthening power for the delicate eye tissue.

Like other Results Rx products, with Eye Doctor less is more. The tiniest, smallest amount you can pump is what you use.The cost of one bottle is $125 and it will last at least six months.


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