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Perricone MD Cold Plasma Sub-D, 2 fl. oz.
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840 of 869 people found the following review helpful
on May 20, 2013
Ladies,
This product has no exotic ingredient that warrants this kind of price. You can buy skin firming creams at Vitacost with DMAE the so called firming agent in this under twenty dollars! The second ingredient in this is glycolic acid which may brighten the neck skin by sloughing and turning over skins cells. You can also use a washcloth or salux to do so.
Save your money.
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424 of 444 people found the following review helpful
on February 9, 2014
I bought Dr. Perricone MD set when it is a special sale in holiday season. This Sub-D works very well on my neck and shoulder. Visible lines got smoothed out and look firmer. However, their skincare line is very pricey so I have to think about next purchase. It is not about this product but when I ordered the set, somehow I got in reoccurring purchase program and I received the set in regular price after 2 months. I called customer service to cancel but customer service was very arrogant and rude, which made me re-think to purchase this product again too.
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404 of 424 people found the following review helpful
on March 27, 2012
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I've read a good number of reviews before I bought this expensive bottle of neck cream; unfortunately, I don't see any obvious advantage this Cold Plasma Sub-D cream has over the Oil of Olay night firming cream which costs ca.15% of this expensive cream.

Also, I waited too long, & missed the refund period. :(
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419 of 441 people found the following review helpful
on October 2, 2013
My mom sent me a kit that included the Sub D, (for jawline and neck), Cold Plasma (sample size), face lift, eye serum, face wash (sample), and the no-foundation foundation (sample size. Oh, how I wanted to like this and feel like, "Yay! I've found help!" Alas, 'twas not the case. Allow me to give my reasons:

First, I will admit that the citrus face wash is pleasant. However, who needs to spend $40 on face wash?!

Next, the no-foundation foundation is fine. It reminds me of something my dermatologist gave me that is a sunscreen with foundation properties. They both are very moist and do double duty--a light foundation effect, of course.

The liquid face lift, or whatever it's called, that seems ok, but, again, not sure it's fabulous.

Now, let's get to the Cold Plasma. I think maybe the original name was "Creamed Herring for the Face" but the ad campaign just didn't seem to take off for some reason. Then they tried, "Oily Fish Smell is Latest Miracle Fountain of Youth!" but nobody was tying up QVC's phones to order that, either. Ultimately, someone got an idea to call it Cold Plasma. It's probably the plasma from oily fish. And it's called "Cold" because it will turn your love life--if you have one, and I don't--to frozen tundra.

P. Stinkin' U.

And that's all I have to say about THAT.
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165 of 170 people found the following review helpful
on August 1, 2013
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This does well for moisturizing my neck, the "fish " smell is there but disappears quickly and this product does nothing to help sagging.
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409 of 433 people found the following review helpful
on June 30, 2013
The special on tv says 49.95 then you go to the website and it says 49.95 per month.
This company is deceptive. Their product does not work. IT DOES NOT WORK. Whether you pay 100.00 or get it for free, IT DOES NOT WORK!!
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351 of 373 people found the following review helpful
on September 14, 2013
So my issues is, I'm 44 and about 4 years ago I lost about 30lbs. Since then the skin on my neck is wrinkly - a teeny bit of a 'turkey neck' per see. I figured let me spend what feels like a BILLION dollars on this product and if it works, it will be money well spent. I've been using it for 2 months now and zero difference. ZERO.

Waste of money.
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414 of 444 people found the following review helpful
on March 19, 2013
I was watching tv this am...saw an Info-mercial On GETSUBD
It is False Advertizing!!! the so called actual people (not actors) actual users are so PHONY the say you get a firmer neck **EPIC FAIL** one of the ladies is on a Life stlye lift commercial another so called no actors commerical
"Garbage" waste of $$$
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256 of 276 people found the following review helpful
on May 18, 2013
I used this on my neck and chest the evening I received it and woke up with a terrible rash the next morning! That was 2 months ago, and after 2 rounds of steroids and cortisone creams, it keeps coming back!
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186 of 203 people found the following review helpful
on December 3, 2013
I don't believe any of the highly-rated reviews in this forum. I would not doubt that some are paid reviews. If this product is so fabulous, why doesn't Dr. Perricone use it on his own sagging neck? He doesn't use his own product -- that's proof apparent that this is a scam.
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