Friday, September 27, 2013


Elite Serum Rx Review and Giveaway (Anti-Aging)

I was about to write up this review stating that I didn't see much change in the elite anti-aging under eye serum until I looked at my before and after photos from trying out the Elite Serum Rx.

Now with any review I do that involves skin products where you are supposed to see a visual change in appearance, I always do before and after photos because I feel that its the most honest I can be with my readers.

Before and after
(I couldn't replicate the right lighting so I made the pictures black and white so you could see the change better, also the pictures might be taken at slightly different angles giving the appearance on the left that I have more of a ridge over my eye than in the picture on the right, the important thing to look at is the skin under the eye.  ) 

Now there isn't too much change that a 32 year old woman can attest to with under eye wrinkles, but after just two weeks of use, I do see a little bit of change. Maximum results to see changes under eyes is six months. 

A year ago, if you've been following my blog for that long, I wrote a post about how I was having eye problems and was on a viral eye drop to stop the burning and itching. I did a bad bad thing according to my optometrist and he told me I rubbed my eyes too much and that I should never rub my eyes, because you can scratch your cornea. Doing so caused some puffiness around my eyes that never seemed to go away. 

I can tell you that in the picture on the right, I can see some of that puffiness has gone away. So I am so excited to continue using the elite serum to see how much it helps after six months time. 

Here's some information about the Elite Serum:

People who have a major problem with sagging or drooping under eye skin receive Botulinum Toxin injections. This serum is supposed to be better than that! Elite Serum contains an extremely effective and highly concentrated blend of potent medical grade peptides along with nature's best moisturizers.

What are peptides you ask?

According to wikipedia, peptides are short chains of amino acid monomers linked by peptide (amide) bonds, the covalent chemical bonds formed when the carboxyl group of one amino acid reacts with the amino group of another. Peptides are distinguished from proteins on the basis of size, and as a benchmark can be understood to contain approximately 50 amino acids or less. What does that mean? Basically it means peptides are used in anti-aging regimes.

Argireline is the brand name for Acetyl Hexapeptide-3, which is a big ingredient in anti-aging cosmetics. It is a peptide which is a fragment of SNAP-25, a substrate of Botulinum toxin (Botox). Acetyl hexapeptide-3 is marketed as Argireline by the Barcelona-based research laboratory Lipotec. This is in your Elite Serum!

Where is this stuff made?

Elite Serum was scientifically formulated by clinically trained cosmetic pharmacist Irwin Grams. It is manufactured in Miami, Florida. You can buy this serum for $89.95 once, or get on a replenishment and savings program and purchase monthly for $59.95.

How does it work:

My thoughts: 

After just two weeks of use, I can't give you a complete answer as to its effectiveness, only what I see in my own before and after pictures, which to me looks better. Elite Serum says you won't see complete effectiveness for up to 6 months. So I can safely tell you, I think it works for the little results I found after just two weeks.

The best part, I get to give one of my readers this serum to try out themselves!

The Details:
This Giveaway is open internationally to those 18 years and older with a valid email address. Good luck!

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