…and it’s estimated to take 4 weeks. š
As far as I know though, it’s only available in the US right now. Ā I received an email invite to collect my free 2-week supply of Clinique’s Repairwear Laser Focus Wrinkle & UV Damage CorrectorĀ last weekend, and I promptly went over to the nearest Clinique counter to get mine.
After 2 weeks of usage, I’m supposed to return the empty bottle and thereafter, I will be given another 2-week supply. Ā No strings attached. Ā Sounds pretty darn good for a product that claims to give you results akin to a laser procedure, huh?
Now, if you must know, Clinique and I have a long history together. Ā I started out, more than ten years ago, using Clinique’s 3-step skincare system. Ā That worked a treat for a few years, and then my skin got too dehydrated and I switched away from Clinique. Ā I had been using a few of Clinique’s products off and on, but presently I was Clinique-free.
So this supply ofĀ Clinique’s Repairwear Laser Focus Wrinkle & UV Damage CorrectorĀ is really a jumpstart on what I am using now.
In order to fully experiment and test the potential of this product, I’ve decided to stop using my other serums, and will only be using my eye gel and moisturizer.
Thankfully, I am not that concerned about the wrinkle corrector properties of this product, but I am more interested in the UV Damage correcting claims. Ā If this can erase 63% of my spots and pigmentation within 4 weeks, I’m sold.
Well, I’ve only started using it twice so far (last night and this morning), but I do find the texture amazingly comforting! Ā It goes on velvety smooth and I love that it is scent-free! Ā Only time will tell if this product will live up to its claims!