Wednesday, 16 May 2012

CLOSED WIN FADE OUT REJUVENATING ANTI WRINKLE CREAM REVIEW Ends 10th June

Fade Out Rejuvenating Anti Wrinkle cream, it works, it smells great and the price is affordable. You can all go home now if you like, as that is really it for the review. However as I'm Given To Distracting Others I will fill you in on a bit more, I do like to talk!
I have been using the cream for two weeks now, I'm half way through the pot and it states that it will brighten and even skin tone in four weeks. Its already working and I like the scent, the results enough to keep using beyond the trial time.

The first thing I noticed was the gorgeous scent, I happily use non fragranced products, but I am partial to a lovely fragrance on my skin, its lots of natural goodies too, it has a flowery sweet aroma.
Curiously it also has a sweet taste, don't get me wrong, I have not taken to eating pots  of anti wrinkle creams, despite claims that some work from within!  I just noticed a sweet taste when I licked my lips,  I put it down to something I had eaten, but when the next day I caught it again before eating, I realised it was the cream.
 It absorbs easily,there is no sticky or greasy residue, so altogether in application its good.


 The benefits are good, I read up on the ingredients and found they are all natural goodies, liquorice, shea butter, mulberry, macadamia nut, aloe vera, ah this is why it has a lovely fragrance and possibly taste!

My skin is moisturised well, I think that this hopefully is given in any anti wrinkle cream, my skin feels hydrated, soothed. Where it wows me is the tone of my skin. I have a pale age spot, I had this gifted by Mother Nature years longer than was necessary or even very kind. I am a freckly face too, I love them, they make me look sun kissed most of the year around.  The age spot has definitely faded and over all my skin looks lighter, more even. I am hoping continued use will keep this up.
Now here comes the really good bit if you are a bit of a thrifty miss,  the price is £9.18!!!!! Lots of exclamation marks under a tenner for a good cream.

 I did not see the price before starting to use, so this just increased my liking even more.
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125 comments:

  1. I am only 22 so I probably don't have any useful tips on getting older!!! Except maybe I have already discovered that moisturiser is the usually the answer, as my mother always told me, if you don't moisturise you'll regret it when you're old and grey.

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  2. Well I'm loving being a Nanna - even though I hate the name!
    When we found out our daughter was pregnant, - after the shock lol - I spent ages asking friends for advice & name suggestions, my favourite was "Goddy" short for Goddess, thats what Pamela Stevenson has her children call her, but no it seems I'm a Nanna! But I love my grandchildren, will see them all this weekend at a family wedding, so excited.

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  3. I don't have any tips, as I'm 24. I would just like to say hello and that I would love this for my mum!

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  4. Seeing as though i'm really really really old (45) :)
    My tip is to start to use a moisturiser sooner rather than later as your skin will appreciate it no matter what age

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  5. Ooh I like Goddy when my time comes, hopefully not yet!! I will be named this too!

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  6. More confident and really to speak your mind to people.

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  7. As i have got older i am more aware of what looks good on me and what suits me so i feel at ease with myself :)

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  8. I'm more aware of what's goingon around me and focus on the positives not the negatives

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  9. As I have got older, I enjoy wearing clothes that I feel comfy in, rather than trying to keep up with the latest trends or impress! I have learned to get on with my life and ignore people who dislike me. I don't bite back or retalliate like a childish school girl. I just keep calm and carry on smiling!

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  10. I find I don't feel the need to impress anyone any more. I'm 45 and there's nothing I can do about that, so I just get on with being me. If you're not comfortable with who you are by the time you're over 40 then you never will be!

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  11. The best thing about getting older is i can tell my son to do things for me!

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  12. Not caring what others think, life is too short for that and to start the day with a smile :D

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  13. Being able to do just what I like after retiring, it gives you so much freedom.

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  14. The best thing is not giving a damn about what other people think of you, when you are younger you are always trying to impress and keep up with other people but now, married and two kids down the line I couldn't give a damn what people think, especially when I am in my wellies and waterproofs with no make up taking my son to school in the rain!

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  15. The best thing about getting old is appreciating the beauty of garden flowers, trees, etc.

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  16. The best thing is been wiser

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  17. With regards to what is good about getting older....I will let you know when I get there ;)

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  18. Older but wiser. Don't let men treat me the way they used to any more

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  19. I think the only good thing I have found about getting older is that I have more confidence and care lees about what other people think of me.

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  20. Loving my natural grey highlights - not!

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  21. worry less about things that really dont matter

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  22. Tink Rhonda Lee Mse16 May 2012 at 16:46

    Knowing that my friends are all past that clubbing stage and would much rather got out for a meal, much more my kind of night out!

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  23. All those things that worried you when you were younger mean nothing now - I feel so much happier and more relaxed as I age!

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  24. its better than the alternative

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  25. Gillian Davies16 May 2012 at 21:54

    I will borrow a tip from my mother, we call it the Dalek technique.... exfoliate, exfoliate, exfoliate it seems to work for her!

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  26. I've found, as I've got older is that my confidence has improved no end

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  27. Going to bed when you want.

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  28. Has to be the confidence you get to that point where you dont care if others dont like you cause you start loving yourself for who you are

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  29. Love Your Grey hair - its now here to stay

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  30. Jessica Magson17 May 2012 at 07:00

    Wisdom - it only comes with age.

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  31. Deciding you're glad to be grey is surprisingly liberating.

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  32. Great thing about getting old is that I can now curl up on the sofa with a good book and a glass of wine and be completely and utterly content.

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  33. I love all the memories I have - they stretch back decades. It's like I have lived loads of different lives!

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  34. The best bit about getting older is not giving a damn what other people think when you nip to the corner shop in your slippers.

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  35. Nathalie Taylor17 May 2012 at 16:09

    I'm more confident now and don't worry about what people think so much anymore :)

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  36. The best thing about getting older - grandchildren :-D

    @TweetwithHelen

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  37. The best thing about getting older is being more confident - and feeling able to be yourself!

    Hazel Rea - @beachrambler

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  38. I actually am learning to like my grey hairs! getting older - watching the children grow is priceless.

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  39. Hi, please enter me in the draw.

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  40. Hi, count me in, please

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  41. moisturize is the key to a soft lovely skin at any age


    eva

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  42. just wanted to say hello and thanks for the giveaway x

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  43. Hello, thanks for a great giveaway. x x x x

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  44. To always remember that with age comes life skills, experience and wisdom. Not to be confused with forgetting to have fun and life slowing down. Age is all to do with how you feel not a chronological number.

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  45. i look at my teenagers and wonder how i coped back then when i thought i knew it all but quite obviously i didnt. time has taught me a great deal, its taught me to forgive, cherish and love.

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  46. You don't worry about trivial things as you know what's most important in life

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  47. i dont really have any tips as im only 23 (in 3 days!) but i thinking wearing sun screen is quite important

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  48. I think one of the best things about getting older is you feel more confident in yourself (well it's true for me anyway) - having experience more than I had in my teens I'm more aware of certain things and therefore more confident in my approach to life.

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  49. I can't think of anyrhing positive about getting older,sorry :( I'm less confident and my knees hurt!

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  50. Have a sense of humour no matter what age you are.

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  51. You have the confidence to speak your mind and not let people walk over you!

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  52. Not caring what others think as much, defintely a plus of age :)

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  53. Best thing about getting older is you think less of yourself and more of the family. Need not worry about fitting into old jeans. more experience more confidence

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  54. I'm only in my early 30s but I feel more relaxed now about what I wear and how I look. I don't feel the need any more to keep up with others.

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  55. having grandchildren

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  56. You know a lot of things better than when you were younger and can look back at past times with a big smile on your face. And you dont have those silly fashion mistakes anymore, because you needed to be on trend with your friends, regardless of if it suits you or not :)

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  57. The best thing is you priorties change and you learn what is really important in life instead of always chasing after the latest scheme to be fulfilled.

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  58. I'm only 30 so don't class my self as old yet lol x

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  59. Getting to know who you really are, your style and personality.

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  60. It seems that Fade out is the Best Face Cream for old ages. I think the cream should be chemical free otherwise skin can damage.

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  61. Accepting who u are and wearing a smile everyday helps :)

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  62. Not worrying / arguing over trivial things

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  63. I'm 40! Good things about getting older...losing inhibitions means I'm far more comfortable with being me than I was when I was younger. I'm more confident and happy to be different and do and say what is on my mind. I'm independent and happy with who I am. Try to forget getting older and the negative things, you could waste your life worrying and forget about enjoying yourself!

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  64. the older you get, the wiser you get - jen jackson

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  65. Get less worried about things.

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  66. Sarahann Tonner5 June 2012 at 14:20

    Start using moisturiser in your teens....but more importantly, live life to the fullest :)

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  67. I like the confidence and knowledge that comes with age. When i was sixteen i thought i knew it all but now i know i didn't!

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  68. I'm more wiser and can pass my good advice onto my two daughters and hopefully help them not make some of the mistakes that I did in my past. They have both left home, and now I can enjoy my free time with hobbies and going on holiday. I also don't worry about certain things I worried about when I was younger

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  69. Love it, got more time to do 'me' stuff. Kids all gone, love the peace now. Only shattered by the Grandaughter which is a lovely bonus or the icing on the cake, so to speak.

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  70. I can wear purple!!!!!

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  71. More confident..less worried about what people think and more me time now the children are older.

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  72. More tolerant of others and more patient. Less self-critical.

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  73. Learning that the world is, and has always been, my oyster. Just didn't realise it when I was younger, sadly lol

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  74. Age is just a number, its all in the mind if you will feel young, it will reflect in your face and body

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  75. The best thing about getting older is waking up every day...and realising you have been given the gift of another day!

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  76. Catherine Thorp8 June 2012 at 10:18

    I really do need this. I am now retired, and the years are catching up with me.

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  77. Amy Marie Clark8 June 2012 at 13:31

    Getting older, means getting wiser!

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  78. Getting more practical and looking after yourself more with skin, money, health, priorities!

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  79. Getting along better with your siblings! Gone are the days of fighting over toys!

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  80. You stop wasting time on things which really aren't important.

    Jen8

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  81. The best thing about getting older is that you can just be yourself, be as daft as you want, do what you want, wear what you want, because you just don't give a damn.

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  82. you start feeling more confident with yourself

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  83. For me at 41 undoubtedly the best thing about getting older is becoming a granny - not once but twice - in the last couple of months. I now have two gorgeous granddaughters in my life that I love dearly - no matter how many grey hairs they give me! :D

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  84. As i get older i have learn to appericate things and the great moments in life

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  85. not found a great reason yet but looking at comments i feel much brighter :)(sarah clegg on fb)

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  86. Older means wiser and more experienced - just a pity about the aches and pains

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  87. The thing I love about getting older is my confidence increasing. I am sure of myself these days, trust in my own opinions more, especially when it comes to my children. Years ago, I would spend hours worrying about people's opinions of me, now i tend to be more relaxed, I know I have been nothing but nice to people so if they don't like me, it's their problem, not mine.

    Dessiree Brown Llaneza

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  88. I am more together and I like the person that I am :) - sarah parker

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  89. I love seeing my children grow up

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  90. I love being older! I wake each morning and think through my day and have a little plan, if I don't feel like doing something then I don't. Life is way too short for doing mundane things, if the sun is shining I go out, the ironing will still be there tomorrow. I treasure time with my children and Grand-Daughter, I love planning social events because I now make time, I like organising and arranging so I'm in my element.

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  91. Getting older means you have more life experience - you know not to touch hot things because they will burn; you know that saving a little bit each month will mean money in the bank at the end of the year and you know that the most important things in life are not possessions but friends and family ;-)
    @piperanddaisy

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  92. Confidence after learning things from experience

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  93. I am looking forward to fish and chips on the pier with my hubby and then maybe a tea dance :)

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  94. Not having to carry ID for lottery tickets :)

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  95. Not feeling bad about staying in on Friday nights

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  96. I think you definitely get more confident! :)

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  97. I cant think of anything good to say about being old but am enjoying reading the comments!

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  98. You've got so used to the way you look that you begin to enjoy it.

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  99. im 27 still get i'd for everything as i look like a teenager but just started going grey which just makes me want to cry! i guess im just enjoying watching my children grow up at the moment

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  100. wiser and more confidence

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  101. It's true that you feel more confident, I love the feeling!

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  102. Hi! The best thing about getting older is definately experience x

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  103. simply being able to do what I want to do and enjoying my time :)

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  104. I'm a half full kind of girl so I have a few positives about getting older.
    Firstly & most importantly you understand yourself & know your own mind and best of all you know what makes you happy.
    Secondly you will soon have a mid-life crisis so you can act like a kid & get away with it!
    Finally you have a right to try every new skin product to see what's best for you & that means pamper time!

    jessupshelley@yahoo.com

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  105. Being less self-conscious! @sammoola

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  106. You become wiser.... ;P

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  107. I turned 30 last year, everyone was saying oohhh your getting old now but I felt it was a fresh new start. I am a lot more confident in myself and I feel like I know more. Although I am sure there is still lots for me to learn. I am 31 this week on Wednesday and looking forward to be another year better :)

    @Hayley_Kinnaird

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  108. I detested turning 30, it was an awful period of my life and now with turning 40 only 4 months away I couldn't feel more different! I am very comfortable with myself, for once REALLY don't care about other's opinions of me and I speak my mind more! I really feel different in a good way! Bring it on!

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  109. Weirdly enough, despite the aging process, I'm the happiest I've ever been in my own skin!

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  110. make every day special

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  111. When you're older you worry less about what people think about you.

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