Meaningful Beauty® Youth Activating Melon Serum

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While I’ve seen the Cindy Crawford’s infomercials on Meaningful Beauty®, the idea of trying it never occurred to me until a month ago when I was searching on Amazon for specialized skin care items. I saw that the line offered a “travel size” of the Youth Activating Melon Serum at a reasonable price and decided to take the plunge.

First off, I absolutely LOVED the bottle! Instead of a standard removable cap, the whole top swivels causing the pumping mechanism to raise up. This pump is designed to deposit one application’s worth of the serum, after which you “swivel” it back down into the cap. What an elegant design. (I wish more merchandisers would pay attention to their “packaging”.)

According to meaningfulbeauty.com:  “Melon leaf stem cells are encapsulated for maximum potency” (there are hundreds of these melon-colored orbs). The instructions said to apply “one pump” of serum to the face both morning and evening. The serum’s applied before your moisturizer and feels silky on the skin – and does it smell heavenly!

The trial size bottle was good for 30-days’ worth of applications. However, at the end of 30 days I didn’t see any difference in my skin tone. (Since I already use retinol creams and exfoliate regularly, these may be the reasons why.) Using their complete line of products might’ve made a difference, but I’m not ready to make that commitment monetarily.

Bottom line:  For $38 on Amazon I would recommend giving it a try yourself.

meaningfulbeauty.com
(They offer a 60 day money-back guarantee on all their products.)

The next product I’ll be reviewing:  Hyaluronic Acid (The Ordinary.).

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