Thanks Jocko - lucky you with no skin tags - after a childhood spent outside in the sun with no idea about sunscreen etc I'm covered in the things - thankfully nothing has turned into a melanoma, I'm just rather cautious about putting something on that might change that situation.
Genetically my skin is quite Olive so I’m fortunate not to have many blemishes at all but I’m looking forward to trying the new ABN skin products on the marks that I do have..
I will not see my product for at least another 3 weeks drkris69 so again you get the “jump” on me in the longevity stakes...drkris69 wrote: ↑Thu Jun 11, 2020 7:20 pmAll I can say is WOW!!! I recently got this "Renew" skin care product two days ago and this stuff works! I already see a difference, a younger me in the mirror. I gave some to the girls at work as well and they are already seeing results as well. ABN you guys rock!
That's great, drkris! I'm seeing a lot of testimonials just like yours. The immediate results are probably mostly the NAD+ and Resveratrol combination. The Apocynin takes a little longer to see results because it's stimulating collagen at the deepest basal layer of skin, which takes about 8 days or so.drkris69 wrote: ↑Thu Jun 11, 2020 7:20 pmAll I can say is WOW!!! I recently got this "Renew" skin care product two days ago and this stuff works! I already see a difference, a younger me in the mirror. I gave some to the girls at work as well and they are already seeing results as well. ABN you guys rock!
This is really a huge advancement over any other skin care product on the market because it isn't just another moisturizer. It's working on the cellular level.
If it makes you look younger and possibly a little more attractive then that is a “Win Win”.
Renue isn't just a moisturizer. It works deep down at the cellular level. The combination of NAD+ and Resveratrol work to repair DNA and activate sirtuins, proteins which exist solely to repair the body.AlexanderT wrote: ↑Mon Jun 15, 2020 1:57 pmReally exciting product line. Would this help with sagging and undereye hollows can anyone tell me? I think that's the holy grail of skincare wishes these days as so many product resurface, improve brightness etc. Nothing has ever really delivered in the sagging department ( I suppose because the issues are connected to shifting fat and muscle) but interested to know if this is any good.
Also, newly discovered Apocynin is included. Apocynin is the only known substance to stimulate production of a special kind of collagen, called COL17A1 (collagen 17), which is at the deepest, basal layer of skin. Declining collagen 17 is responsible for wrinkles, sagging skin, and loss of elasticity.
So yes, I think Apocynin could help with sagging skin, although production of layers of collagen to see a noticeable difference may take awhile. Look for steady, slow improvements over time.
Also, I'm hearing of some people who use Renue at night before they go to bed having trouble falling asleep. Renue has a healthy dose of NAD+ (10 pumps is about 500mg), so if you have this problem you may want to start using it in the morning.
Renue uses transdermal delivery, which means it will help renew skin where it's applied locally but also get into the body systemically to restore NAD+ levels throughout the body. I'm thinking of experimenting to start getting half my NAD+ via transdermal delivery and the other half sublingual. It could turn out that one way is better than the other or that combining the two works best. Not sure yet.
Here's a good article on the new Apocynin:
https://www.discovermagazine.com/health ... n-our-skin