Complexion MD Review and Giveaway [CLOSED]

I haven't had a sponsored post in a while, so here's one for you--with a giveaway!  I was recently approached by WrinkleReview.com and asked to review their Complexion MD anti-wrinkle cream.  I said that I would love to, as long as their products were cruelty free.  Their rep, Brenda, confirmed with their manufacturer that it was definitely not tested on animals, so here we are today with this review.


As you can see from the packaging, the cream states that it will reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, promote the stimulation of skin cell renewal and collagen synthesis, and revitalize and smooth the skin.  Brenda flattered me by stating that I'm young and don't need wrinkle cream, but I agree with her that it's never to early to start taking care of your skin.  I used this as a moisturizer after washing my face for about a week, and I can say that I'm impressed.


A week of usage isn't an incredibly long time to test out an anti-wrinkle cream, and I must admit that I really can't comment on how well it reduces the appearance of wrinkles because I don't have any.  But I can say that the cream feels incredibly luxurious, and it definitely made my skin feel hydrated and soft.  The cream itself is pretty thick, which I like because it means the jar will last me a while (with a little going a long way).  It's very lightly scented, but the scent itself is hard to pinpoint.  It's not very eloquent of me, but I'll say that it smells the way I would expect a skin cream to smell (it is pleasing, though).


The cream comes in a 1 oz glass jar.  The instructions state to clean the skin before use, then apply a moderate amount of cream onto skin and massage until fully absorbed.  It contains palmitoyl pentapeptide to stimulate collagen production and smooth the skin, hyaluronic acid to lubricate the skin and give a beautiful appearance, and acetyl hexapeptide-3 to relax the muscles of the face, which in turn helps avoid collagen breakdown.  I personally prefer to use more natural products (meaning natural ingredients), but I'm not disappointed with this cream at all.


Bottom Line: Complexion MD is a great little luxury for the skin.  I have enjoyed using it as a moisturizer; it leaves my skin feeling hydrated from within.  There is no greasy residue feeling at all.

If you are interested in trying Complexion MD, you can sign up for a 15-day trial period.  After that period ends, you will then be billed $99.99 for a 1 oz jar, which will be automatically billed each month following until you cancel.  Or if you'd like to try it for free, you can enter to win a jar, thanks to the kind folks at Wrinkle Review!  Rafflecopter form is behind the cut.


This giveaway is open to US/Canada residents aged 18+.  There will be two winners, which will be randomly selected by the Rafflecopter form and will be contacted via email.  The sweepstakes begins today, May 3rd, and will end on Thursday, May 17th at 12:01 AM EST.


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*Disclaimer: I received a jar of Complexion MD for free to facilitate my review. I was not monetarily compensated for this review and the honest opinions here are entirely my own.

14 comments:

  1. I would love to try the anti-wrinkle cream that you got!

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  2. That you can start to use wrinkle cream at any age.

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  3. I'd like to try Lifecell

    Facebook Name: Leslie Galloway (www.facebook.com/GallowayLeslie)
    (LesGalloway //at// hotmail //dot// com)

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  4. I would like to try the eye wrinkle cream

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  5. I'd love to try the eye wrinkle cream. I feel like the eyeliner I use makes my eyes wrinkly!

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  6. When buying "anti-aging" products I should "check the ingredient list. If you want to know how to prevent wrinkles, refer to the ingredients like Retinyl Palmitate, Acetyl Hexapeptide-3, and Hyaluronic Acid – these are your best bet when fighting the signs of aging."

    Thanks for making this open to Canadians.

    journeysofthezoo at hotmail dot com

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  7. I learned that ingredients like Argireline or GABA can make a product expensive.
    Rafflecopter name: Jennifer Doe

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  8. Thank you for an awesome giveaway. I would actually like to try the product you are using. I selected eye wrinkle cream and the top recommended product is the one you are reviewing.

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  9. I'd like Argireline. Really need something for my forehead and smile lines

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  10. I really want to try this product.. I am just now getting wrinkles at age 50 and I know they are fixing to get worse and worse!!!

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  11. I like the product review page

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  12. I liked the article how to prevent wrinkles

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  13. I have been searching for a night cream, but that isn't to rich since I don't have fine lines yet.

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