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Skin Doctors Gamma Hydroxy Forte

Skin Doctors Gamma Hydroxy Forte

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    Eureka! This REALLY works!

    I've been meaning to try this for a while, and finally took the plunge. (And very reasonably priced.) It's recommended that you use the "Gamma Hydroxy" creme first, to acclimatise your skin before moving up to the "Forte". I have very resistent skin, and didn't feel I needed to use the lighter type, so started off applying the Forte once a night. Next morning, my daughter commented on how good more skin looked! After a day or two, I started to get rough patches, mainly on the top lip and cheek area. My skin developed a few red patches, so I gave it a rest for one night, to continue the next night. KEEP AT IT! After about a week, your skin will look and feel AMAZING. Satin smooth, smaller pores and more even toned. Really, don't bother spending hundreds of dollars on products that rarely deliver. I've used many creams in my 47 years, and am as fussy as they come, but I've done all the work for you. Now it's your turn to reap the benefits. They recommend you apply it twice a day, but I find once a day in the evening does the trick. Hot tips: use on the neck and hands, too!! And (of course!) use a SPF during the day, as the ingredients can make you sensitive to the sun. Lastly, the skin doctors SuperMoist SPF 30 is the absolute best I have ever used. So that's it. Two products you only really need.
    Perfectionist | 33 reviews

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