Looking For A Good Face Cream? Give Wal-Mart's Equate Remodling Cream a Try
You really don't have to pay high-end department store prices to get a good face cream.
The results may not make you look like Julia Roberts, but without air-brushing, Julia Roberts does not look like Julie Roberts.
Not impressed by face creams ads that promise results of an airbrushed Julia Roberts
I was picking up a few cosmetics at Wal-Mart when I saw Equate Regenerating Micro-Remodeling cream and thought I'd give it a try. The price was good, and I was tired of paying much more for the other regenerating cream. (You know the one that rhymes with today.)
Equate (Wall-mart's store brand) makes money by replicating name brand products and passing on the savings to the customer.
Equate Regenerating Micro-Remodeling Cream is not a knock-off product, but has the same ingredients as the name brand, but has a different label on the package.
Store brands helps manufacturers to sell as much as their product as they can, and for people like me (who could care less if a movie star endorses it) it can translate into considerable savings on must-have skin care products.
I buy more face creams than I did twenty years ago (for obvious reasons) but I do not like paying department store prices, nor am I impressed by ads in the slick magazines that promise you results that would rival the airbrush look of an aging movie star.
I want a skin product that does what it says it'll do on the box, has a nice smell, feels smooth when applied on the skin and has a price that wouldn't add up to a week's supply of groceries.
I've used Equate Regenerating Micro-Remodeling Cream for over a month now, and am thrilled with the results.
Equate Regenerating Micro-Remodeling Cream has 'tightened' the skin around the 'sagging-prone areas (isn't that a nice euphemism for wrinkles?) and 'restored elasticity' in areas that need 'more support'.
(It must be working because in my writer's group when I was telling them the name of the product, three women reached into their purses for pen and tablet to write it down)
I would recommend Equate Regenerating Micro-Remodeling Cream for anyone who wants a regenerating cream that's smooth and creamy, feels good on the skin, and produces skin tightening results that you can see in less than a month's time.