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My Expensive NUSKIN Skincare

CALL ME OLD SCHOOL AUNTY.... if not for my girl being an agent now, I have not heard of this brand before.... Maybe yours truly only buy from the shelves and brands which are sold in beauty salons.  It has been more than 3 months since aunty last went for a "facial" or massage.  Even my normal skincare is going to finish soon, I told my girl my dilemma and this afternoon, I received a box of these skincare.  NO la... it is not a surprise gift, she only helped me to order and deliver only...

Mama sendiri bayar one  ... *self paid*... paid from my own money.... hahahaa... 
This is the brand.... ever heard of it?
NU SKIN... 
Will my skin be re-New... 
Cost me 4 digits... *faint*
And my full set to use on my face....
If I don't look 10 years younger after completion of this set, then that is it!
Should I put a "before" and "after" photo?
But then, this is not a sponsored post...
Unlesssss... Nu Skin is reading this post.....
See if my skin will be "new" with Nu Skin after this.... 
LOL.... 


Comments

  1. Yes I have heard of this but I never use anything except plain face wash so I don't know how effective this is.

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  2. I think I've seen the shop/office in the building of a leading hotel in town. Wahhhhh!!! Soon you will look younger and a lot more beautiful! LOL!!!

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  3. Hope your facial skin will be good as new after using these products. You should keep the "before" and "after" photos to compare and then let us know.

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  4. I have heard and seen this. Wow...very branded ler.

    Now you can look like a supermodel. :D

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  5. Yes i had heard of this brand and they are known to be expensive.

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  6. I used some of it. Hubby used to take its supplement and weight loss products.

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  7. I have heard of this brand before. Let's see (in the near future)if your facial skin become glowy and smooth or not...hehehe

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