Thursday, May 19, 2011

Fine lines? GONE in 60 Seconds!

We had a huge demand for this product so, after seeing our shipping department sending so many out...I decided it was something I needed to try.  The application of this Gone in 60 Seconds is very unique.  You start squeezing the tube to begin the product to flow and then apply liberally to the desired wrinkles/areas.  Then you smooth in the product and apply a blow dryer for 45 seconds.  A little strange, huh? but you can actually feel your skin begin to tighten.  It worked VERY well on my forehead wrinkles and I saw a small difference in the wrinkles around my mouth.  I was initially concerned as well that it would show through after I put my tinted sunscreen on, but much to my surprise it blended easily and there were no issues. 

I am going to use the product again and try to apply more product around my mouth to see if it improves the end result.  The forehead wrinkles, however, did almost completely disappear for me.  All and all, I would recommend Gone in 60 Seconds especially for the low price of $19.95!

Next week I am going to try a Fake Bake product since we are venturing to the beach for the holiday weekend and I am oh so very pale!  Don't forget to also follow us on Facebook and Twitter!  If you would like a chance to win FREE beauty products, then simply like or NEW Facebook page to automatically enter into winning an AWESOME beauty product package with over $150 in products.  FOUR packages will be given away.  Package includes an ENTIRE hair care line, anti-aging products, sunscreens and MUCH more!

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At May 20, 2011 at 2:34 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Great article! I will have to give it a try.

At May 20, 2011 at 2:34 PM , Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi Jade Blog, this is Eileen from CoCo Salon & Day Spa in Austin. I’am a licensed Medical Aesthetician and National Laser Specialist here in Austin TX. I have used the "Gone in 60 seconds" for over one year now, on myself and on clients.
This product is best used for under and around the eye area. It tightens the skin temporarily to diminish puffiness under the eyes. Works very well for that application. It will also work on small lines around the mouth like above the upper lip line, but for deep expression lines, it’s only going to moderately smooth them. If you use too much you will have a white residue in the area applied, so be careful to only put a minimal amount in the area and spread evenly. Do not talk or laugh either, (hard to do ha) I usually squeeze out a little in my palm, then dip the end rollers into that, then apply to the area, usually under my eyes and upper lips. I put it on after all my makeup is applied, and then dust over lightly with mineral makeup to blend. I’m curious if this will work on the labial folds around the mouth area. Remember this is temporary and if used consistently, may help stop current wrinkles from imbedding deeper. Have fun with experiencing with it, I do like the product myself.

At May 24, 2011 at 6:20 PM , Blogger said...

Thank you both for your feedback. It's always appreciated. The tip on putting it in my palm first is a great one...I had actually thought about doing that, but wanted to make certain I followed their directions precisely. Great to know that it will help/prevent the areas from worsening and isn't just a "quick fix" product. Thanks again! I really appreciate it!!


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