NCN Skincare Blog | Best Anti Aging Skin Care
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Feedback: I have used tons of anti-aging products over the years and this one will stay in the arsenal and be used because it works. The results I have gotten, even with my somewhat erratic usage, is impressive. This serum is the only product I have been using the last two weeks. I try to use it twice a day.

I’m happy to launch my new DNA Serum. I’ve been testing it for months now and absolutely LOVE it! I’ve posted my comments right on the DNA Serum product page, along with comments of other testers as well. I’ll be adding to it as comments come in to "what people say".

I received the following email from our dear client Rose: Hi Nanci, I have just purchased your amazing pumpkin peel (for the 3rd time)! I would just like to ask, would the pumpkin peel be safe to use on your neck and chest area? I would also like to take this opportunity to tell you how truly wonderful your products are and so affordable.

FOR ALL SKIN TYPES: I RECOMMEND USING THE PUMPKIN PEEL ONCE OR TWICE A MONTH ONLY IF YOU USE ANY OTHER FORM OF EXFOLIATION (see normal skin). IF YOU DO NOT USE ANY OTHER FORM OF EXFOLIATION, USE THE 30% PRO PUMPKIN PEEL ONCE A WEEK.

QUESTION: Dear Nanci, Perhaps you can offer some advice.  I have a few areas on my forehead that drive me crazy.  My physician refers to the miniature volcanoes as "over active sebaceous glands" or more accurately, the areas are the results from...over active.. At any rate, I have had them lasered off, only to have them return months later.  Any ideas you can offer to rid myself of these little pesky bumps will be most appreciated.  They look like little volcanoes...I hate them. Thank you, J

The sun is probably the number 1 cause of aging…. and also the major cause of hyperpigmentation. There are other factors of course (stress, smoking, glycation, pollution, genetics), but UV rays go through computer screens – and how many of us are sitting in front of a computer all day long! UV rays also go through windows, clouds, and some flourescent lighting!