I have to admit, I have always been blessed with good skin. I rarely had major breakouts while going through my teen years and I can pretty much put anything on my face without fear of a reaction. With this being said my blessing soon lead to bad habits when taking care of my skin. I never developed a daily skin regimen. (Wasn’t washing my face with cleanser in the shower enough?). As I have gotten older I have noticed that the need for a regimen is growing. Our skin matures and new signs of aging seem to be popping up on mine all the time. I hate to admit it but I have even started to notice the appearance of fine lines (I refuse to say wrinkles!). Also, as my stress levels from work, personal life, etc. grow I often have circles under my eyes, dry skin, and even the occasional large blemish.
I was recently introduced to the Precision MD Celfix DNA line of facial products and I have now been using them daily for a couple months. There are 3 products in this line that I have had the opportunity to try. The Celfix DNA Youth Recovery Facial Serum has active ingredients that are intended to help reduce the signs of aging. The Celfix DNA iQuad Infusion Total Eye Complex is supposed to help prevent and reduce the appearance of puffy eyes, dark circles, and fine lines. The Celfix DNA Ceramide Renewal Nourishing Cream boosts hydration and provides a softer and smoother feel to the skin.
My experience with these products has been good so far. Although I do not feel any of my features (aka those fine lines I referred to) have really reduced, my skin definitely feels softer and healthier. While we all love instantaneous results, I do feel that having a skin care plan will be a long-term benefit even if I can’t see a major difference immediately.
If you’re like me and have not tried a true facial care regimen or if you feel you need to change your routine up a bit this product line may be the one for you.
I always like to treat myself to an end of year/holiday gift. Why not treat yourself to great skin for the New Year?
*Disclaimer: The PR team sent me this product. I was not required to write about these experiences and my opinions are my own and unbiased.*
If you want to learn more about Precision MD and their suite of products (Celfix is not their only line) you can visit their website here: