September 5, 2012
Circ-Cell ABO Blood Serum Eye Gel
Wrote Sandra Ballentine in Sunday's New York Times, "'Everybody thought it was complete insanity,' admits Melanie Simon, the celebrity facialist, of her hew Circ-Cell ABO Blood Serum, a somewhat eerily named eye gel said to mimic certain aspects of human blood topically with the use of powerful perfluorocarbons. 'As we get older, our blood vessels break down, and become increasingly unable to deliver nutrients to our tissues and metabolize waste,' she says. ABO Blood is targeted to the under-eye area, specifically dark circles and puffy and crepe-y skin, but Ms. Simon slathers it over her entire face. 'It's especially great for city dwellers,' she says. 'If you press it in after your skin care regimen, it will lock in your products, protect your skin from the environment and feed it, all at the same time.'"
Before you plunk down your hard-earned shekels, consider the following, from an October 12, 2011 New York Times article about Ms. Simon: "For dewy, angelic skin before a big event, [she] recommends a 45-minute intravenous amino acid drip."
15 ml (0.5 fluid ounces) of Circ-Cell ABO Blood Serum Eye Gel will cost you $118.
Let me know how it works out.
September 5, 2012 at 03:01 PM | Permalink
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Same old "blend of oxygen-rich ingredients" crap.
But I do like the sinister, all-black Sirc-Cell Skincare website, and the way they've used those blood-red streaks in the ad. They should've put that on the bottles too.
Just in time for Halloween!
Posted by: Flautist | Sep 5, 2012 3:43:13 PM
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