Perlabella Review: PureDose Anti-Aging Pearls

We all know there are a huge variety of anti-aging products on the market today. Some of them work, some of them do not. The struggle for every woman who has searched for a product that will help her take years off her face is trying to figure out which products are legitimate and which are just sales pitches.

If this sounds like you, there is a product that you will want to try out and are going to be happy you did.

I recently tried an anti-aging product called Perlabella Anti-Aging Pearls. I felt like you, vaguely skeptical over a foreign based product that made fabulous claims, but I couldn’t deny, I found myself interested, so I bought the product.

Perlabella is an Italian based company that has found great popularity in Europe and is just beginning to increase their market share in the United States.

The PureDose Anti-Aging Pearls are very unique. Inside each pearl is a concentrated serum that is used on the face to prevent and protect against wrinkles, age-spots and other signs of aging. Additionally, this product can be used to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and other damage to facial skin.

The concentrate is sealed in a pearl, making it airtight and protecting against the introduction of air, water or other products that could compromise the ability of the serum to do its job.

The pearls come in three varieties based upon your personal need, Retinol, Vitamin C and Q10. Retinol boosts the elasticity of your skin, Vitamin C works as a powerful antioxidant to help prevent aging and the q10 works to increase firmness in your skin and reduce the appearance of existing wrinkles.

I tried the Vitamin C product and it was within days that I saw and felt a change in my skin. My facial skin felt smoother, suppler and had a brightness to it that hadn’t been there before.

This product works and lives up to the promises it makes. Check it out and see the difference.



2 Responses to “Perlabella Review: PureDose Anti-Aging Pearls”
  1. Desiree says:

    This product seems like it would be really great. I am interested in trying it. My only concern is that is has BHT as an ingredient.

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  2. Cynthia Letellier says:

    I gave Perlabella a bright review quite some time ago, but became disallusioned. I went to their site and used their contact form to write and ask a question. I wrote to them at least 3 times, over a period of several months, before giving up. I never received an answer from them. For me, that shook my confidence in them.

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