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ok, but does not live up to the claims
on January 27, 2013
The capsules feel nice upon application, but I saw no visible results in regard to reduction of fine lines or kind of improvement in my skin. I would say the same of the entire product line. I used it for well over a year. It's ok, but falls far short of its claims.
With the exception of the moisturizing cream, which I thought felt sticky and seemed to sit on my skins surface instead of soaking in, most of the product feel nice going on, but you will not end up with skin like the botoxed and airbrushed stars from the infomercial.
The cleanser-again, felt good- but did not seem to do a very good job removing make up. I often had to wash my face twice.
If you are going to try this line, I recommend ordering from Amazon or another source. That way, you will not end up stuck in auto ship, where it is almost a sure bet, you will end up with at least one more shipment than you wanted. The trial offer seems like a pretty good deal, so it is a bit surprising when the full sized shipments arrive, are not even twice the size, but are at least 3 times the price.
It seems dishonest to me, that the price of the trial shipment is clearly listed on every page of the Meaningful Beauty website, but good luck finding the cost of the full size kit anywhere on the site.