#ProductReview: LamiDerm Apex


I have recently been using the LamiDerm Apex skin serum and it is such an impressive new serum, I can’t get over it.

 

We have the answer to help you achieve the smooth, youthful-looking skin you yearn for. A brand new exclusive skin care formula, Apex goes beyond the skin’s surface to repair, rejuvenate and restore at the core of the problem.

APEX TARGETS THE MAIN FIBERS OF THE SKIN

• Elastin – Helps skin return to natural positioning
• Fibronectin – Plays a vital role in tissue repair
• Collagen – Provides firmness to tissue structures

While some serums only target one or two of these proteins, Apex targets all three to help your skin look and feel its best. It increases elastin, fibronectin, and collagen production through bioactive growth factors. When we’re younger, elastin, fibronectin and collagen are plentiful, helping the skin look and feel healthy. But over time, age and damage cause the proteins to weaken and deplete. The Fertilized Avian Egg Extract is powered by the LOX (lysyloxidase) enzyme activator, which naturally triggers the production of collagen and elastin in the skin. In fact, the Fertilized Avian Egg Extract has been shown to boost elastin, fibronectin and collagen by up to 350% in just three days.

GO BEYOND THE SURFACE

• Restores skin’s natural elasticity, firmness and healthy glow
• Actively brightens and lightens skin
• Protects from UV damage
• Effectively rehydrate  
• Repairs aging skin and boosts cellular activity
• Helps soften scars and stretch marks

My Thoughts

I fell in love with this as soon as I opened it and saw the sleek packaging. Both the serum bottle and the beautiful blue velvet packaging it came in are so freakin’ fancy. It’s definitely one of the nicest things in my bathroom cabinet at the moment. Once I tried the serum itself, I loved it even more. It comes from a natural health solutions provider, so I knew it had some great ingredients in it. It has aloe vera, coconut oil, Vitamins C and E, egg protein, CoQ10, and endless extracts (like cranberry, blueberry, strawberry, kiwi, orange, and peppermint). The antioxidant blend offers advanced free radical protection and the exclusive blend made from the extract of seven Swiss Alpine plants helps to brighten the skin, which I’ve definitely noticed. In fact, it is supposed to lighten skin by 15% in 12 weeks. 

Both men and women can use this. It goes beyond the surface to rejuvenate your skin down deep. It doesn’t have a scent or really a color either. It goes on smoothly and isn’t sticky. You can wear it at night or in the morning under makeup. I wasn’t sure if the egg protein was going to make it weird, but there is no weird smell or stickiness or anything like that.

So far, I’ve noticed that it holds up to the claims of intense hydration. My skin feels soft and hydrated after using it, but I do still use moisturizer on top. It also is supposed to protect from UV damage and future skin damage, which is great. It is also meant to restore the skin’s elasticity and firmness, while softening fine lines, wrinkles, and scars, but I can’t really say one way or the other if it does that. With that being said, I would confidently recommend this to my mom or anyone who wants to protect and improve their aging skin. Overall, this is a great serum. It’s also backed by a 100% guarantee.

 

I received these products complimentary for testing purposes. All opinions are my own. I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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