Have you heard the news?  Clinique just launched a new product that has the attention of women all over the globe.  Their new “Repairwear Laser Focus Wrinkle & UV Protector” promises to be almost as effective as a laser treatment.  After 12 weeks of slathering 2-3 drops of the serum on their faces in the morning and evening, panelists achieved 63% of the visible wrinkle-reduction power of a laser.

Wow.  This is amazing if it’s really true.  Some of my friends have gotten great results from laser treatments but you have to be prepared to hide away for a few days while your face is peeling off (think of a snake losing its skin).  These procedures are not very kind to your wallet and usually work best if you do a series of them.  This will more than likely cost you thousands of dollars.

Or, you can pay $44.50 for a bottle of Repairwear Laser Focus.

This is their pitch:  “A potent serum gives every skin a second chance against lines, wrinkles, sun damage. In 4 weeks, see obvious reduction in lines, wrinkles, improved texture. At 12 weeks, the visible wrinkle-reducing power is remarkably close to a dermalogical laser procedure. 63%, to be exact.  Different commitment, different results. And yet impressive results guaranteed.”

Repairwear Laser Focus encourages cellular repair by promoting healthy elastin and collagen.  It’s full of antioxidants which help prevent future damage to your skin.  It’s gentle enough to use around your eyes and is suitable for all ages and skin types.

It doesn’t say “Money Back Guarantee” yet it guarantees “impressive results”.  To clarify what that meant, I called Clinique to ask them if they offered a money back guarantee and they said ABSOULUTELY!

So here’s the Just You Only Better challenge:   Join me by using Clinique Repairwear Laser Focus for 12 weeks.  In 3 months, I’ll write an article to let you know my results.  Simply post a comment to let us know how it worked for you.  One lucky participant (I’ll put all the names in a hat) will receive a free bottle of Repairwear—my thanks for taking part in this mini research project!

Who’s up for the challenge?