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Tuesday, November 4, 2014

Petunia Skincare Revitalize Eye Serum With Sea Kelp Review

Petunia Skincare Revitalize Eye Serum With Sea Kelp Review

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***My Personal Review***

I have to say that before I started doing reviews I did not know that sea kelp or seaweed or dead sea salts were great for skincare.  This is the first product I have tried that contained sea kelp, and I trust it completely because I have tried several other Petunia products and have loved them all.  With our crazy lifestyles today, I think everyone can relate to having early signs of aging and bags under the eyes.  I know I can and I am only 38 years old.  So we have to be proactive and take care of our skin early in our lives.  And there are so many ingredients that are used in serums, it is hard to choose.  This one particular product has so many of these ingredients all in one little bottle!  With a combination of Sea Kelp, Sodium PCA, Vitamin C, Matrixyl 3000, Hyaluronic Acid, Pomegranate Extract and more you know you are getting the best care for your eyes.

This bottle is .51 fl oz and comes with a pump on top so you can get just a few drops which is all it takes to work.  Rub it under your eyes and in a few days see the difference.  This product is all natural, organic and is NOT tested on animals.  It also comes with a 100% money-back guarantee so give it a try - I don't think you will be sending it back!  
Petunia products do not have parabens, gluten or alcohol in them and they are made in the USA.  Check out their website for more skincare products and I am sure you will be happy with all of them.  

I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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