Forget Botox! Plastic surgeon’s ‘miracle’ new skincare product banishes woman’s crow’s feet in just three months
- Liberty Belle Rx was created by world renowned plastic surgeon Dr Chris Moss
- The Australian-owned skincare company has given women remarkable results
- It took just three months for Tahnee’s crow’s feet to be completed removed
- Another lady by the name of Lisa healed her melasma and pigmentation with it
An Australian skincare company is making waves in the beauty community for helping women clear up their pigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles in just a few months.
One of the brand’s customers, Tahnee, recently managed to completely banish her stubborn crow’s feet without any injections using the Eye Do ($158) and Eye Dream ($138) creams in just three months.
Tahnee recently managed to completely banish her stubborn crow’s feet without any injections using the Liberty Belle Eye Do ($158) and Eye Dream ($138) creams in three months
It took just eight weeks for makeup artist Lisa Cathcart to see a difference in her melasma (sun damage) and skin pigmentation after trying the plastic surgeon’s creams
Tahnee started the treatment on October 12, 2018, and had completely transformed her look by January 15 the following year
She started the treatment plan on October 12, 2018, and had completely transformed her look by January 15 the following year.
In a similar way it took just eight weeks for makeup artist Lisa Cathcart to see a major difference in her melasma (sun damage) and skin pigmentation.
‘I had tried every product under the sun and didn’t want my closest friends to see me without a tonne of concealer and foundation on,’ Lisa said.
With her wedding coming up, Lisa decided to try the collection in a last bid effort to have clearer skin – and was very surprised by the results.
She relied on the Bright Star brightening cream ($158) and Next Level ($138) triple vitamin C serum to clear up her problem areas.
Vitamin C is renowned for fighting the signs of ageing and alleviating any congestion you might have.
Women online are calling Liberty Belle the skincare that ‘encouraged them to stop paying for Botox’, and the reviews are all five-star
What should you look for when choosing skincare products?
Vitamins for the skin are common active ingredients. The three most well-known and powerful active ingredients for the skin are vitamin A, B and C.
Vitamin A increases the rate of mitosis or cell regeneration and is the best anti-ageing ingredient on the market to date, helping to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
Vitamin B (nicinamde) promotes cell repair and hydration.
Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant protecting against cell damage and aids in collagen building.
For dull and dry skin the go-to active ingredients to look for would be Vitamin B for hydration and cell repair, Vitamin A for increasing cell turnover and natural desquamation, Vitamin C for brightness and finally hyaluronic acid to increase water content on the skin.
For congestion the go-to active ingredients would be Vitamin A for increasing cell turnover and natural desquamation, BHAs to dissolve blackhead build up, and a product with antibacterial and anti-inflammatory properties to destroy the presence of the p.acnes bacteria.
Source: Liberty Belle
Women online are calling the brand the skincare that ‘encouraged them to stop paying for Botox’, and the reviews are all five-star.
‘I’m overly complimented on my skin and no doubt much of it is due to you,’ one person wrote on Instagram.
Another added: ‘Obsessing over my new skin care that REALLY works’.
Australian celebrities like Megan Gale, Jodi Gordon and Carrie Bickmore subscribe to the skincare brand and regularly talk about their results on social media.