Peter Thomas Roth Regenerator Moisturizing Gel Cream

Peter Thomas Roth Regenerator Moisturizing Gel Cream

I went to a press breakfasts for Peter Thomas Roth Camu Camu Vitamin C Brightening Serum two weeks ago. While the products line sound impressive—the Camu Camu berry from the Amazon has 30 times more vitamin C than an orange!—and the products smell delicious, PTR reminded me and convinced me that I should test out the Laser-Free Regenerator with Dragon Fruit, that was introduced last winter. (My skin freaks out if I change products to frequently, so it’s a BIG deal for me to try out a new line.)

I’ve been using the Peter Thomas Roth Laser-Free Resurfacer Line with Dragon Fruit Serum and Regenerator Moisturizing Gel Cream for the past two weeks. The line is supposed to “help accelerate skin’s natural regeneration process and helps dramatically improve the appearance of skin texture, tone and clarity, leaving you with a more radiant and younger looking complexion.” Who doesn’t want that?

I opted to try this line out, instead of the Camu Camu line, because my skin was looking a little weathered after this past summer. I’m of course very good with applying SPF daily and especially when I go to the beach, but the cumulative damage seems to be catching up with me. My skin was not looking as vibrant and supple as it should. The Camu Camu Vitamin C Brightening line is more focused on brightening; I needed the extra help and love the idea of getting laser-quality results.

Also, I’ve been wanting to get Fraxel, but for various reasons haven’t been able to fit it into my schedule yet. (I didn’t want to do it in the spring, only to go back out in the sun over the summer and reverse all the good it did and my work schedule has been tight so far this fall.)

In the meantime, I’m loving the Laser-Free Serum and Regenerator! I really do notice a  difference every morning when I look in the mirror. My skin is less red, the texture looks more plump and I have more overall radiance, if I do say so myself.

Check out both product lines on PeterThomasRoth.com

 

 

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