Welcome to the final part of my three-part review of my stash of Perricone skin care products. Click to see Part I, to see the first part of my review and to find out which products are included in my stash, and Part II to see my review of three Perricone moisturizers.
In this final part of the review, I will give you my thoughts on two serums that I had in my Perricone stash. I tried out the Advanced Eye Area Therapy and the Neuropeptide Deep Wrinkle Serum.
Advanced Eye Area Therapy
The Advanced Eye Area Therapy comes in a small bottle with a pump. It’s a thick cream that is dark in colour. You only need a teensy weensy bit and it can be dabbed on in the eye area. I found that it provided good moisture to the area around my eyes. However, I also felt a slight tingling/burning when I put it on. It only lasted for a second or two, but I’m pretty sure that I didn’t imagine it. I wasn’t too keen on the tingling on my skin.
I’ve used this cream each night before bed for quite a few weeks now. Despite the many weeks of use, I can’t honestly say that I’ve noticed any differences to my eye area.
Neuropeptide Deep Wrinkle Serum
The Neuropeptide Deep Wrinkle Serum comes in a dropper bottle. Inside, it’s a clear, thin liquid. It’s intended to be applied to deep wrinkles. The idea is that, after 8 weeks of application, the wrinkles will be less noticeable.
I used this on my neck area. I used it twice a day (morning and night) for several weeks. I’m probably not the best test subject for this serum since I don’t actually have deep wrinkles (yet!). My skin definitely feels softer, but once again, I can’t honestly say that I have noticed a difference in my skin.
As you can probably guess, I wasn’t overwhelmed by either of these products. Having said that, I don’t think that they are bad products by any stretch. Rather, they simply aren’t right for my skin. Given the success I’ve had with other Perricone products, I’m sure that these would work great for someone who has the issues that these products target.
I’m glad that I got to try them, as well as the facial cleanser and the moisturizers that I reviewed in Part I and Part II of this series. Overall, I’m quite pleased with my Perricone stash and I’m looking forward to finishing it all off!