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Men’s Anti-Aging Face Treatment

Updated on May 28, 2019
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Jack is currently a volunteer at the Westchester County Archives. Before retiring, he worked at IBM for over 28 years.

Introduction

I am usually not interested in men’s cosmetic products. My idea of men’s daily ritual is a shave and a face wash. In the summer, I apply a sun screen to my face as a daily routine in the morning. That is all. Recently, I discovered a face oil that seems to work to stop dry skin. It is NEO Classic Homme Black Essential 80.

By the way, I have no financial interest in this company or any other company. I am not selling anything, just sharing my experience as a customer and user.

- September 2018

Ingredients

Background

This product is easy to use. Just apply a thin coat to your face. It is practically greaseless and without fragrant. It is perfect for me. I am not sure what all the ingredients are but they seems to work. After trying it for about one week, I feel my skin to be smoother and shinier.

I was told by the sales lady that this is a Korean made product and it is one of the most popular item for men. The best feature is that it is all-in-one treatment.

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Summary

This product lives up to its claim. For aging dry skin, this is a simple solution. I recommend it highly. It cost a bit more but a bottle will last 6 months.

© 2018 Jack Lee

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    • tsadjatko profile image

      11 months ago from now on

      Thanks for the info jack! Looks like it’s worth trying, although knowing you are a conservative

      “Sorry jack.....the ones engaging in personal attacks are you of the right.”

      I hear you of the right engage in personal attacks. I’ve heard conservatives want to starve children, are responsible for gun murders, want to deny minirities health care and are basically racists.

      So how can I trust what you say about this, or anything......hmmmmm now I see how that works when the left claims these things.

      Now I have one for you Jack. You can stop using sunscreen on your face. All you have to do is load up on antioxidants everyday you will be in the sun- I have been doing that for many years and am as dark tanned as is possible for a “white privilege” person. I don’t even burn or peel after hours in the direct sun.

      UV exposure isn't entirely responsible for skin cancer

      A difficult concept most don't understand is that skin cancer is only caused when UV exposure is combined with chronic nutritional deficiencies and the absence of an antioxidant rich diet. In other words, in order to create skin cancer, one has to eat a poor diet, avoid antioxidants, and then engage in excessive sun exposure.

      Although genetics do play a role, they are not purely responsible for a person's sunlight burn response. One can actually dramatically improve her resistance to UV exposure through a diet high in antioxidants, and proper acclimation to the sun.

      https://www.naturalnews.com/050191_sunscreen_vitam...

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