(Closed) Renova–Has Anyone Tried It?

posted 8 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
Member
55 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

@Miss Olive: I have been using Renova for about 2 months now.  According to my Derm and the perscription info that it takes a full 6-7 months to see full results and diminished fine lines.  But, so far so good.  I had some initial dryness and peeling, but am noticing smoother looking skin at this stage.  At 28, I don’t have too many wrinkles, but was willing to give the only FDA approved wrinkle fighter a shot 🙂

It is pricey ($150-$175/tube), but my pump has lasted 2 months so far…I just try to think about how much I used to spend at Sephora on various creams and such.

Also, try not to use it with anything else that would dry your skin.  A gentle clenser and moisturizing an hour after application has helped me a lot. Hope that help some!

Post # 4
Member
55 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

@Miss Olive: I have been using Renova for about 2 months now.  According to my Derm and the perscription info, it takes a full 6-7 months to see full results and diminished fine lines.  But, so far so good.  I had some initial dryness and peeling, but am noticing smoother looking skin at this stage.  At 28, I don’t have too many wrinkles, but was willing to give the only FDA approved wrinkle fighter a shot 🙂

It is pricey ($150-$175/tube), but my pump has lasted 2 months so far…I just try to think about how much I used to spend at Sephora on various creams and such.

Also, try not to use it with anything else that would dry your skin.  A gentle clenser and moisturizing an hour after application has helped me a lot. Hope that help some!

Post # 5
Member
55 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: November 2010

@Miss Olive: I have been using Renova for about 2 months now.  According to my Derm and the perscription info, it takes a full 6-7 months to see full results and diminished fine lines.  But, so far so good.  I had some initial dryness and peeling, but am noticing smoother looking skin at this stage.  At 28, I don’t have too many wrinkles, but was willing to give the only FDA approved wrinkle fighter a shot 🙂

It is pricey ($150-$175/tube), but my pump has lasted 2 months so far…I just try to think about how much I used to spend at Sephora on various creams and such.

Also, try not to use it with anything else that would dry your skin.  A gentle clenser and moisturizing an hour after application has helped me a lot. Hope that help some!

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