chelsie you naughty shopper -- yes I have tried both products -- I stopped because of the nano technology -- I don't understand the concept and the delivery system of both those products are based on nano technology. I did use one entire system and can say that I didn't notice any difference -- maybe I wasn't applying enough.I just purchased tonight on the shopping channel.........it's a spray mist and than serum................I will post once I receive it thanks
I know -- it's addictive.we will see, why stop because of the nano technology?? Is this good?? Anyway I should receive next week, I should cancel the shopping network channel.......................LOL I also ordered the showstopper............
The nano delivery system is not specified other than it was developed in Japan. The other ingredients -- I haven't a clue.Hi Mari,
RE: nano technology.
I guess it depends on what the ingredients are that are "nano-delivered"! If it's Vitamin C, then bring it on! I think anything that I use on my face gets absorbed sooner or later and to a lesser or greater degree by my body, so I wouldn't put anything on that would be potentially harmful to any organ of my body. Am I wrong or missing something here?
why wouldn't you put it on first? I was wondering if I used the Aloette energy balance mist which enhances absorption of the serum, but if I used it prior to other serums would it enhance their absorption even though they don't have a nano delivery system? Am I making sense?I use Viterol A for Eyes and Mouth that has nano delivery of Vit A and E among other ingredients. Available at Dermstore.com. I use it over my Retin-A at nite and I swear it works to diminish fine lines in conjunction with the Retin-A!
The mist is just like water, it comes out in a fine spray (may be good for settig mineral makeup?) I also found a list of ingredients for both -- nothing harmful in either -- so I think I'm going to resume use; maybe the ingredients would make my arteries younger! I also found out that L'Oreal now uses a lot of nano technology in their products. How can we possibly keep up!Yes you are making sense. I guess I just prioritized in choosing which to use first and decided Retin-A was the bigger gun. Also, if Viterol A could penetrate deeper into the skin, it could probably penetrate a thin layer of Retin-A. ?maybe?
So if my eyes don't pop out from too much "nano" it might help the wrinkles stay away!
How do the Alouette ppl advise using the mist in relation to the nano stuff?
I always have heard to start with the thinnest product and work up to the thickest when layering. How does the mist enhance absorption?
I don't try anymore to follow the fads and ads. I just stick to the basics: (don't you know yet what I'm going to say? )we can''t keep up anew products comes on the market every single day, and it seems to be better than the one we are using..............I'm going broke here, just to keep up with a ggod skin................Maybe nothing can get rid of wrinkles and sgging except restylane and botox, I just hope they have good info at the anti aging show next month.............I'm looking forward to that one..............