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Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Review: The Perfect Secret Pure Col Serum

A while ago I was asked if I would like to try Botox in a bottle. I was apprehensive to say the least and had no idea what it would be like. The Perfect Secret Pure Col is a formula which claims to make your skin look more supple, radiant and wrinkle free.
It comes in a white box, with gold writing. It doesn’t look too clinical. The bottle inside is made of frosted glass, with a gold cap either side. I would happy display this on my dressing table.
The only critiscm I have is that it should have an information leaflet inside the box, or on the bottle, but I was sent some press information, I did know what it was about.
The bottle has a little pump to release the product. It is effectively a liquid serum, which absorbs into the skin. I rubbed it in quite well, and it doesn’t disappear too quickly, which is a good thing, and allows you enough time to put your moisturiser over it.
I did notice when it was on it left a little film, which was invisible to touch, but very similar to other serums I have used, in that it looks a little more radiant.
I like that it wasn’t oily, and there was no residue, it sank in well, but allowed enough time to rub it over the skin.
My initial reaction was that I would never use anything with the word botox attached to it, but this isn’t as scary as it sounds. It does say that it can banish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, and I probably wasn’t the best tester for this as I don’t have any, but I can say my skin did look more luminous as a result of using it.

Reading up on the information about it, the company says that it can be used as a pick-me-up, at the start of your day, before you go out, or last thing at night. I guess it can be worked into your skincare routine, when ever you would apply moisturiser and foundation and want an extra skin boost.

Perfect Secret is £39.99. To order, please contact Perfect Look & Health on 0191 291 3385 or visit http://www.lookandhealth.co.uk/.
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  1. I am sure Allergan love it when companies use their trademark! Nothing is going to be comparable to an injectable in terms of results on fine lines and wrinkles, but it sounds like this is a reasonable serum otherwise, and I like the sound of using it as a pick-me-up!

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    1. True, I wouldn't compare it to the real Botox, but in its own terms it is a good serum.

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