Alastin Restorative Skin Complex

Alastin Restorative Skin Complex  with TriHex Technology™

Some anti-aging products simply soothe and refresh the skin but offer no lasting improvement. And some promise and deliver powerhouse results. Alastin Restorative Skin Complex with TriHex Technology™ is a powerhouse that is said to restore volume and plump up thinning skin, lift sagging skin and smooth lines and wrinkles on the face, neck and décolleté–and help even out skin tone. Even better, the product contains potent antioxidants to help protect the skin from further damage.

So how does it actually work? Though the texture is luxuriously rich, it is absorbed quickly so I could apply the tinted moisturizer I generally use without creating any streaking. (The same would be true if I used makeup.)

And yes, it works. After just a few weeks, my skin was smoother and the lines had faded to near-invisibility, both on my face and neck.

While I was using the Restorative Skin Complex, I read a post from sitcom mom ( Everybody Loves Raymond) and current star of The Middle, Patricia Heaton, who apparently is a regular user of the product and who calls it her “Morning Must.” And I had to agree with what she had to say.

Patricia Heaton’s post

Bottom Line: At $199, the product is not inexpensive, but for  the anti-aging results it delivers, it is a bargain.

ALASTIN Skincare products are available for purchase at leading physicians’ offices. Visit the website to find a nearby physician’s office.


ALASTIN Skincare™, Inc. is a specialty aesthetics company dedicated to developing and marketing innovative, clinically-tested physician-dispensed skin care.

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