Who doesn't want skin like Cindy Crawford's? I'm 43 years old with fair to medium skin and blue eyes. Over the past 3-4 years I've really started to notice changes in my skin. It's tough, because like many women my age I still feel like I'm 29. I've always been happy with my appearance, so these recent changes are depressing. My primary issues are dark spots/discoloration from pregnancy and sagging in my neck and jawline. I tried Meaningful Beauty for 4-6 weeks, although I'll admit I wasn't religious about using it every day. Unfortunately, I didn't notice any change at all. On the other hand, it was an effective moisturizer and I do like the sunscreen that comes with it. In the end I decided I didn't want to be tied into an auto-renewing subscription that charged me $150 every three months. It's probably equivalent to what I spend on other facial products, but at least with those I'm in control of when I buy them and how much I spend each time. Note that the price is for a three month supply only, so it comes out to $600 per year!
43 Y/o with Melasma and Minor Sagging Didn't Notice a Change
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One other complaint: It's really easy to sign up but almost impossible to cancel the auto-renewal!
2 out of 5 stars
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