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FutureDerm Time-Release Retinol 0.5: $15 Off!

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Just a reminder:  You can get our best-selling FutureDerm Time-Release Retinol 0.5 for $15 off - just $39.95 plus S&H - until September 19, 2012. No matter what retinoid product you have used in the past, ours will make your skin smoother- guaranteed. Apply at night, and the microencapsulated retinol technology will slowly release the benefits of retinol into your skin.  And in case you were wondering about those benefits:
  • Treats fine lines, wrinkles, and mottled skin by increasing cell turnover (Archives of Dermatology, 2002, amongst many others);
  • Prevents collagen loss by inhibiting matrix metalloproteinases, enzymes that degrade collagen (Archives of Dermatology, 2002);
  • Acts as an antioxidant, scavenging free radicals (Methods in Enzymology, 1992, amongst many others);
  • Slowly sustains release over the course of eight hours, minimizing the risk of irritation and redness over other 0.5% retinol products.

This is a ONE-TIME Introductory Offer!

At the risk of sounding like an infomercial, we are only offering FutureDerm Time-Release Retinol 0.5 for $39.95 for a limited time.  We decided to do this in order to introduce the product to our readers at the lowest price possible without jeopardizing our business.  After September 19, we will need to raise the price to $54.95 indefinitely. But even at $54.95, our product is a superior value.  It is a revolutionary gel formula with time-release, microencapsulated, 0.5% pure retinol.  Compared to products like Skinceuticals Retinol 0.5 ($59.95) or Murad Time-Release Retinol ($65.00), we believe ours is an exceptional value - and works even better.  We offer a guarantee, we're so sure you'll agree!

Order Today!

Our early feedback has been sensational, and we're so excited!  To try yours with a money-back guarantee for 30 days, please visit our site at FutureDerm.MyShopify.com.  
Date: August 23 2012 at 6:32 AM
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  1. Ria
    August 23 2012 at 6:42 AM

    I’m using Differin at the moment (the acne has pretty much disappeared; but I keep using it for acne prevention and anti-aging reasons and overall skin health). I do like the sound of your product and would love to try, but I was wondering, are the effects of retinol “better” than adapalene? Also, what is the shelf life of unopened products?

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