Wednesday, October 12, 2011

Skinn Olive & Enzyme Cleanser Review & Giveaway

Have you ever wished you could simplify the care of your face? Remove the make-up, soften the skin, give you a healthy glow, remove dead skin cells and minimize some wrinkles is what Skinn Olive & Enzyme Cleanser can do! It's remarkable, it smells like an orange creamsicle, and it's just luscious.

Thick and creamy, no water formula lets you massage all over your face then wash it off with warm water. It dissolves the make-up, taking dead skin cells with it. My face feels so smooth! If you want to have a deep cleansing mask, just leave on the rich balm about ten minutes and it helps soften those wrinkles  - you'll look and feel younger in moments!

Meant to be used before bedtime, Skinn Cosmetic's Olive & Enzyme Rich Balm Cleanser offers a powerful formula loaded with Polyphenols and skin enzymes, boosting collagen and fighting free radicals while you sleep. Orange oil works to purify and soften for the cleanest and freshest skin ever!

It's not that expensive, in fact, not any more costly than leading department store brands. I love this cleanser; it smells good and makes me feel clean and fresh. Skinn  by Dimitri James carries other products as well, and you can find them at

Skinn Cosmetic's founder Dimitri James appears on ShopNBC where he offers insight behind all the Skinn products. Dates and times of Dimitri's appearances can be found on

One lucky winner will win their own bottle of Skinn Olive & Enzyme Balm Cleanser!

Contest ends at midnight on October 29th.  USA Only.  Winner has 48 hours to respond to email or a new winner will be selected. Prize shipped direct from sponsor.
I received one or more of the products mentioned above for free using Regardless, I only recommend products or services I use personally and believe will be good for my readers.

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  1. Sounds like a great product. I'd love to be entered.

    carolsnotebook at yahoo dot com

  2. I like that you said this skin cleanser smells like an orange creamsicle. I hate how many skin care products have a medicinal smell. I'd love to try this - thanks!


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