BPGP: A Second Look at IS Clinical Active Serum
Sep 22, 2011
Last week, I published a review of IS Clinical Active Serum, the wonder acne eliminator featured in Jezebel’s Worth It series. After two weeks of use, I gave the product a B+. It helped but I didn’t get the results that I was originally looking for.
Well, I’d like to revise and extend my remarks on the topic (like that reference to floor procedure?).
Despite a little bit of dryness under my nose, I decided to keep using the product every night. About a week after I wrote that post, last Saturday to be precise, I was walked into my bathroom looked in the mirror and had clear skin. My jaw dropped.
Now, I’ve been tricked before. AcneFree’s benzoyl-peroxide cream, cleared my skin for a couple of days before it all went haywire again. So I wanted to wait a bit before I proclaimed victory.
This morning, I am pleased to report, I had one pimple on my entire face. Just one on the tip of my nose. That was it. Nothing on my cheeks, forehead or chin. Unreal, right?
For about a week, people have been saying to me, “Oh my God, your skin looks amazing.” One friend even asked if I’d had microdermabrasion or a chemical peel. She couldn’t believe I’d found semi-salvation in a little blue bottle.
I pray that I am not tempting fate by saying this, but this stuff really works. You need to stick with it. Religiously, every night for weeks. But if it can help the unspeakable mess that was my right cheek, it can help you too. (Seriously, three dermatologists and plastic surgeon were powerless to help me.)
It also helps with fine lines and wrinkles, hyperpigmentation and scarring. So I suggest that if you have any of those issues, you buy a bottle, today. I give it my HIGHEST recommendation.
Now, this stuff isn’t cheap. $128 for a 1oz bottle. Yikes. But number one, it’s a serum, you’re not supposed to apply it a shovel full at a time. And number two, Skinstore.com is having a 20-percent-off sale with code SEP20 until the end of the month, so it’s really $103 for (what I’m guessing) is a two to three month supply.
Like my undaunted love for the Clarisonic, I will be telling everyone to buy this product. EVERYONE!
What are you still doing here? Go buy one!