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November 01, 2015

Nu Skin's Face Lift With Activator

Face Lift works immediately to temporarily lift and tighten the face and neck for a firmer, more youthful appearance. This formula firms and tones the skin within minutes, smoothing away the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

How to Use: Cleanse face and neck with Cleansing Lotion or other cleansing choice. Mix one teaspoon of Lift Activator with one teaspoon of Lift Powder until you have the consistency of a thin lotion. Before first usage, first test lotion for irritancy on a small, unnoticeable two inch area of the skin such as behind the ear. Apply in an upward-outward motion with a brush in an even light coat. Leave on for 30 minutes. Remove by thoroughly flushing with warm water. Follow with pH Balance, Celltrex Ultra Recovery Fluid and the Nu Skin moisturizer of your choice. Use once or twice weekly.

Ive used this product every week for about 4 weeks, and I'm not sure I've noticed a visible difference yet, but my skin feels tighter, especially when applying this product. If you want to get an idea of how tightly it pulls your skin when it's on your face, check out my photo below, but I'll warn you, it's scary looking, haha. You can see my skin pulling so tight it's wrinkling and creasing. The wrinkles in the skin are temporary, but do leave some red marks for about 15 minutes after using this, so I wouldn't suggest using this before you have to go out unless you have 15-30 minutes in between use and going out.

If you have wrinkles or your skin isn't feeling as tight as it used to, give it a try. Use this code for 20% off your purchase: EXCLUSIVE20

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