This is a “sponsored post.” Principal Secret compensated FOF with an advertising sponsorship to write it. Regardless, we only recommend products or services that we believe will be helpful for our readers. All insights and expressed opinions are our own. —Geri Brin
I don’t think I missed a single episode of Dallas, the nighttime soap opera which ran for 13 years.
I unabashedly admit that I fantasized about being Pamela Barnes Ewing, played by enchanting Victoria Principal. It’s been 25 years since the show ended, but Victoria, at 67, has her act together more than Pam ever did. Victoria is a successful author and businesswoman, not to mention she’s still beautiful!
Victoria seems to keep her skin looking as fresh, firm, and flawless as when she played Pam. I’ve seen her in infomercials over the years, where she attributes her lovely complexion to a continuing quest to create products with the most effective ingredients on the market. “I’ve had an affinity and love of skin since I was eight years old, and wanted to give everyone a facial,” she laughs.
Victoria was so passionate about her skin that she launched her own skincare brand, Principal Secret, and she’s been sharing her beauty secrets with women ever since–now more than 25 years.
To tell you the truth, I’ve been covering the beauty industry for a lot longer than that as an editor, and I know for a fact that a brand would never EVER thrive like Principal Secret unless it delivered what it said it would! So when I was asked to try Victoria’s state-of-the-art skincare secret, RECLAIM® with Argireline Molecular Complex, I was beyond intrigued.
I was impressed to learn that RECLAIM® is created from some of the most effective age-fighting ingredients ever to be blended into skin care. Argireline is considered by many to be like a gentler, healthier, topical alternative to Botox®–it works by relaxing facial muscles to help smooth the appearance of lines and wrinkles. Argireline instantly penetrates those pesky wrinkles that pop up after years of using our facial muscles to smile, laugh and frown. (more…)