Perfectly Polished Tips 189 - Dermelect Resurface Stem Cell Reconstructing Serum

Recently I had a chance to try out Dermelect Resurface Stem Cell Reconstructing Serum. That is a mouth full! This serum is used twice daily and will help to stimulate your skin's protein production which will then boost facial stem cell activity.

The reconstructing serum is also supposed to help protect your skin from harmful UV rays and even prevent the formation of wrinkles and reduce the appearance of fine lines.

The special ingredients in the serum are Alpine Rose (plant) stem cell, Ecoskin, and vitamin E. This product also contains dimethicone which my skin hates.

The serum is part of a Skin Regenerating System and it is recommended that all the products be used for best results.

It goes on nicely, a pea sized amount is all you need. It soaks in quickly but I found that my skin felt a little bit tight after it dried. It has a light rose scent but that vanishes as soon as the product dries. I only lasted for a week using this because my skin started breaking out. I am pretty sure it was the dimethicone which is a type of silicone. Most hair products containing this break me out/irritate my skin almost immediately. I had a small blemish on day 2 but I stuck it out hoping it was just a coincidence. It only got worse though. I was very disappointed because I was hoping to get a radiant complexion from it. I have been trying to achieve "dewy" or glowing skin and I can't get it. I've tried all types of lotions and creams, different cosmetics. Still nothing. Maybe I should try working with what I have.

Dermelect Resurface Stem Cell Reconstructing Serum retails for $75 and can be purchased on Dermelect's website. Currently Dermelect is offering the three piece Skin Regenerating System for $159. You can find it under the Holiday Sets tab on their website.

(this was sent to me for review)

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