{Test This} IceSerum Advanced Brightening Facial Serum

Luminous skin may be at your fingertips with Freeze 24-7’s new IceSerum Advanced Brightening Facial Serum ($95 for 30ml). Its signature ingredient, White Strawberry Extract, “naturally inhibits the production of melanin,” and Regu-Fade (a pure form of Resveratrol) works to “reduce the look of discoloration and dramatically boost radiance,” according to the manufacturer. The serum also contains Matrixyl Synthe 6, a peptide-rich ingredient which helps “stimulate collagen while smoothing texture and nourishing skin.” Other ingredients include licorice root extract and sodium hyaluronate. The makers of IceSerum recommend applying the lotion to your skin twice daily.

Want to try IceSerum before it hits stores next year? 15 FOFs will test this.

To enter to win
comment below by answering the question:
At what age did your skin
lose its radiance
?

15 FOFs will win. (See official rules, here.) Contest closes December 11, 2013 at midnight E.S.T. Contest limited to residents of the continental U.S.

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252 Responses to “{Test This} IceSerum Advanced Brightening Facial Serum”

  1. tanya a says:

    I believe around 38 it started to decrease in radiance, then a gradual roll downhill from there. Patchy freckles, age spots and dullness have taken over – definitely not radiant anymore. Would love to have a bit of glow back!

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  3. Trina says:

    I would say around age 30. My job requires a lot of time outside in the elements. I try to use sunscreen and hats, but… the hours, days, weeks, years have taken their toll.

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  4. gailyn shepherd says:

    Fifties and lots of events!Need pampers!

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  5. a1nettie says:

    After having children, especially after my 3rd one. I have pretty significant hyperpigmentation and dullness. I think I am at an age that I can have great benefits from a great product and hope this will do the trick.

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  6. Brenda Gregory says:

    I would love to test this product.

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  7. Cheryl says:

    I noticed recent changes. I am fifty. Just moved south from the north and the sun is taking a toll. I have recently been searching for some new ways to stop the progression.

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  8. Sue J. says:

    At 40, my skin seemed to change all of a sudden!

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  9. Marcy Strahan says:

    For me my skin began to look dull when I turned 40.
    In the last 10 years I’ve tired almost every product I could get my hands on!
    So far the only thing that has given me a glow at all in using argan oil.

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  10. Buddy Garrett says:

    In her 50’s my wife’s skin started losing its glow.

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  11. Linda Battershall says:

    I really can’t say what age that was, sometime between 45-50.

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  12. Beth Klocinski says:

    In my early 40s

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  13. heather c says:

    Probably around 35. I learned tricks around then to bring back some brightness. Always with the tricks…

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  14. Jennifer R. says:

    I really started noticing it over the last couple of years now that I hit my forties.

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  15. Carla S says:

    My skin lost it’s radiance at around age 30.It looks horrible now.

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  16. shawna Kinney says:

    age 28

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  17. Marie says:

    right around 38-9 or so. just dull and drab aand spotty

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  18. Brittney House says:

    This would be for my mother so I asked her, and she said sometime around her late 40s.

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  19. Eva Jarvis says:

    Somewhere around 55 I noticed my skin does not look as good anymore.

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  20. Ally P says:

    My skin started to lose its radiance at age 50. I don’t mind the smile lines but trying to keep the glow and warmth in my skin takes a lot more work these days.

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  21. angela eno says:

    24

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  22. Rachael says:

    Early 50’s

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  23. Eileen B says:

    Probably around 45.

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  24. joseph gersch says:

    age 40

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  25. Carolyn Daley says:

    I started to lose radiance around age 24.

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  26. Lisa V. says:

    I guess it started happening around 45.

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  27. B. Lerner says:

    I would say it started going downhill when I hit about 40; for many years I could pass for at least 5 years younger than my real age, but as with all things, it didn’t stay like that.

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  28. Janice S says:

    After 45

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  29. Dorothy Maille says:

    At 50, I’ve been very stressed and had traumatic experiences, my skin started showing signs of dullness and fine lines.

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  30. Joanne Mick says:

    around the age 43 my skin began to lose radiance

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  31. Larisa K says:

    It is unfortunately slow and continuous process. I did not noted this until 50 (I thought I will be young forever). I would really love to find a cure. If your product is the one – I would love to try it out.

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  32. Phoenix says:

    In my late 40s.

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  33. Karen T Gonyea says:

    Around My mid-30’s.

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  34. Danise Workman says:

    After age 50 and going through menopause!

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  35. JT says:

    approximately 45 when insomnia kicked in…

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  36. Sandy says:

    About 50 skin started to lose the youthful look!

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  37. Jeanine Victor says:

    Oh my, 50’s for sure!

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  38. Tracy L Davis says:

    After 40.

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  39. Nola Fine says:

    40

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  40. Shauntea Crutcher says:

    When I got pregnant with my 1st child. Instead of that glow that most women get, my skin started to dry out and peel.

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  41. PAIGE CHANDLER says:

    40…UGH…SIGH

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  42. ROSE O. says:

    around 50

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  43. Denise B. says:

    I haven’t noticed any changes.

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  44. Dorothy Campbell says:

    In my fifties, I tried tons of creams & cleansers need to test this!

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  45. Tammy Grigsby says:

    For me I would have to say over the past five years my skin has lost it’s radiance. I’ve noticed age spots and sun spots also fine lines around my eyes and mouth.My skin has become dull and I miss the sparkle I used to see in the mirror when I was getting ready to go out. People used to say I looked like I was in my late twenties,early thirties now they guess early forties.

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  46. pmernick says:

    My radiance started going downhill in my mid 40s when we moved to another state – not my choice. I’ve aged tremendously since then. I’d love to test this product!

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  47. Trisha says:

    Can’t pick a definite age, but have noticed some discoloration creeping in lately. Am considering microdermabrasion but would like to try this. Perhaps as a maintenance program.

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  48. Ann says:

    At 48

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  49. kgritts says:

    REally at about 52

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  50. Karen E says:

    It started in my late 30s when I wasn’t paying attention to my overall health and diet.

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  51. Laura Borud says:

    I turn 53 next Wednesday and have recently had to accept that my skin is aging, and nothing is going to stop it, or really slow it down much. But I”m still willing to try!

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  52. Pamela Goldman says:

    It started around 50.

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  53. strawberry3d says:

    my skin lost it’s radiance when i was 43

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  54. heather says:

    I am see it at 40ish

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  55. Brenda Owens says:

    I started seeing a visible difference in my skin in my early 40s.

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  56. elizabeth says:

    It started going downhill when I was 34. I noticed marionette lines forming at the time. Now they are much more noticeable.

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  57. ELIZABETH CURSON says:

    I’m 42 & my skin hasnt lost radiance just yet. It certainly doesnt doesnt look the same as it did when I was in my 30’s but I cant complain !!

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  58. jeanne ray says:

    Hey, guys, I don’t think I’ve ever “lost” my radiance. I am 76, and look and feel terrific. That’s partly because I’ve always taken great care of my skin, and try new products whenever they appeal to me. Don’t discount me because of my age. Don’t discount ANYONE because of their age. Many of us are actually getting better!

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  59. gmcl says:

    Not sure just when, but it’s been happening way too long!

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  60. Sandy Cain says:

    I noticed in my early 40s, that I was getting age spots, and an overall dullness to the complexion. As the years go by, it’s NOT getting better. Help!

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  61. Susan Chester says:

    I’m 51 and my skin isn’t as radiant as it used to be.

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  62. elaine says:

    50

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  63. chickie brewer says:

    I believe it started about 50ish.

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  64. Debra Malone says:

    I lost my glow in my late 40’s.
    Now it’s sagging and dull.

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  65. cathiecoats says:

    60ish (or am I dreaming?). I am due for a test. This would be a good one. Thanks.

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  66. gloria yost says:

    after age 50, stress has taken its toll.

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  67. Shannon Baas says:

    around 40.

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  68. Elizabeth Rosner says:

    I feel as though the loss of skin radiance is happening even as I type into this little white box! Seriously, as I head not-so-gently toward turning 54 (in a few weeks), I’m energetically aiming to retain as much youthful glow as possible. While many new products use the word “radiance,” I love the idea of getting to test drive one that sounds truly promising.

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  69. Betsy says:

    At around 50, I noticed that my skin became blotchy and complexion uneven. And then brown spots appeared. I had my dermatologist check it out. Thank goodness, just aging skin. Sigh.
    Maybe this product would help?

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  70. Cindy says:

    About 50.

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  71. Elizabeth K says:

    I noticed a difference in my skin after I turned 45

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  72. Edie Suddath says:

    I was very fortunate to have good skin until I turned 50. I was diagnosed with a rare type of cancer and it has wreaked havoc on my skin. I would love to test this serum, but I probably would not spend $100 without reading some reviews first.

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  73. Michelle Fine says:

    32 🙁

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  74. Meghan Malicoat says:

    I have only just recently started to lose my radiance. My skin doesn’t have the smoothness and the glow it used to 🙁

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  75. Amber says:

    I started losing my radiance after 55!

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  76. MGABBYB says:

    50…

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  77. Annette D says:

    I could really use this! around 50ish.

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  78. helen navarro rodriguez says:

    As i moved forward thru life, single gal, married gal, mom and now single mom i have always maintained my skin and smile. So much is directly related to how we choose to react to our circumstances. I dont feel anything is wrong with my skin, but who would not love to add more sparkle to what they have? I know I do, and i enjoy choosing helpful products that so the same.

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  79. Nancy04 says:

    I would say for me around 45 when I had to have women problem surgery. Down hill fast from then on! HELP!!!

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  80. Nezzy (Cow Patty Surprise) says:

    Oh baby, it depends how stress and tried this Ozark Farm Chick is but I’ve noticed a difference since I hit 60+. Late bloomer I guess! Heeehehehehee!

    I’d love to give this product a whirl on this old mug of mine. Heck, I don’t expect to turn back time but I’d sure love to slow it down a bit!

    God bless ya’ll and have a marvelously blessed and wrinkle free kinda day!!! :o)

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  81. Miranda says:

    When I turned 30.

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  82. Sherry says:

    At around 45 I noticed a big difference. I have dry skin and it gets continually worse. Also have some brown spots. Ugh!!! Would love to test the product!!

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  83. Jennifer everett says:

    My skin has lost its radiance at the age of 25 due to some health issues. Would love to get it back again!!

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  84. Candy says:

    I was always told I look young for my age….until menopause at the age of 52. Now I think my age is catching up fast and I feel very old at 53 and hate it!

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  85. Susan Field says:

    I think my skin really took a turn after my hysterectomy at 47.

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  86. Marynn Pepe says:

    I just turned 60. I need it now! 🙂

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  87. Tammy A. says:

    When I turned fifty. I don’t mind getting older I just don’t want to look my age!

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  88. Jacquie says:

    I didn’t notice when it happened, I just looked in the mirror one day and said, “Hello, flat face.”
    Bring it on, I need to try this.

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  89. Kathi says:

    I would definitely say my face lost its radiance in my late 40’s into 50’s. I need it Back, Help! that is why I would Love to try Iceserum 🙂

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  90. Gwen B. says:

    I’m thinking it happened around 40.

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  91. yyoerger says:

    I wouldn’t say “lost radiance” — that sounds so negative! I have fair skin and have kept my freckles my entire life. The trouble now is to not have the freckles look like age spots. I’d like to try this serum to add some glow back.

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  92. Luann says:

    Age 50.

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  93. Liz says:

    I would say at about age 30.

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  94. Sharon Goulet says:

    I would say in the past two years around 49.

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  95. Michelle N says:

    I honestly don’t recall ever having that glow….would love to try this product. I most definitely need or rather would be amazed to have a GLOW….please, please could I be a tester?

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  96. Sharron L. says:

    This sounds like another great product to test…..I think we all have some dark spots and more and this just might be what we need! Would love to test!!!

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  97. 3thingsuneed says:

    in my late 40’s.after menopause..i noticed my pores more, my fair complexion started looking tired,older? my wrinkles more pronounced
    and i don’t know enough about the highlighter and other stuff on the shelves to even considered what to use to look fresh and glowy(a new word?)
    at the same time my got curly..weirdest thing ever lol

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    • Barbara says:

      At Age 60, I noticed a difference.

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  98. Deanne Helgesen says:

    I started to notice the difference in my skin at 50. That seemed to be the age where I had to try a lot harder with my skin routine.

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  99. Marie says:

    Hard to tell just when the “glow” was gone…..Always too many irons in the fire to pay attention. But, I’d really love to have a chance to turn the light back on….be a “glowing lady”. would be delightful.

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  100. Marla Bluestone-Winters says:

    Every winter season after 50 … the dryness seeps in to the skin and just doesn’t leave even after I try some of the best moisturizing products on the market … thank you …

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  101. Robyn Reagan says:

    I first noticed a change in my skin around 47. It looked sallow in the winter, but foundation didn’t help.

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  102. Basya S says:

    I lost my skin glow around 55, when I start using all I can to reverse it. I would be happy to try your product.

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  103. Nancy C. says:

    45

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  104. Jane Stieber, Washington, DC says:

    I’d love to try it early; I really need help! My skin lost it’s spark after 50.

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  105. Rinda Freeman says:

    I had a hysterectomy at age 24 and non of my doctors could agree on Hormones or no Hormones. So many years with no hormones wrecked havoc on my skin. I am now on Bio-identical but I am now 52 so I have a lot of time to make up for

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  106. Marilyn says:

    I think it was around age 40.

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  107. Cassandra Griffith says:

    I would say around the age of 40 is when I started noticing a difference. My skin became dull and I started noticing dark spots

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  108. Lana Perry says:

    After 45

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  109. Faye Boss says:

    i think my skin started to lose it’s radiance when i was in my 50’s. I’ve always been one to try and keep my skin looking good – but its tough. I’ve tried numerous products but usually fall back to Oil of Olay which is my old stand by. Would be great to try something different and see a difference!

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  110. pamm.peterson says:

    We celebrate our 35 TH wedding anniversary next week. 12-12-78. My skin needs all the help it can get. I might feel like I’m still in my 40’s sad to say the mirror doesn’t lie.

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  111. wendy stine says:

    Probably around 48ish; right around the time when the hormone thing started…..

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  112. tfabglam5 says:

    After 50 and after I went through menopause my skin is now normal/dry and used to be oily/combination. I used to always have a glow because the natural oils were luminizing my skin and my skin was not opaque and flat-looking like it is now.

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  113. Rhoda says:

    When I hit my forties, brown spots started to appear on my face and dullness set in. I’ve tried to remedy this through facials and glycolic and diamond peels, which helped but not completely.

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  114. Jan says:

    People used to always compliment me on my beautiful skin, but the compliments stopped sometime in my 50’s.

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  115. AJB says:

    Mid 40s

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  116. Maureen Hall says:

    I lost my radiance so long ago, I simply can’t remember! At 62, I can guarantee that I need help with everything. Dark spots are sitting across what used to be my cheeks, and wrinkles along with everything else have stolen the life out of my skin. Please, please help if possible. Thank you so much if I get the opportunity to try.

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  117. laurie weil says:

    I stopped looking radiant in my early 50’s. Stress began to take a toll on my skin.

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  118. Jill says:

    I’m 56, I would say in the last few years.

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  119. Marne Rogers says:

    It still isn’t entirely bad, but I am convinced a product like this will keep it going strong.

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  120. Christine Norman says:

    Not sure my skin was ever really radiant, so at 49 I sure could use a product that would make it that way.

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  121. Monica Platz says:

    My skin really started turning south in my mid 40’s and has gotten progressively worse into my 50’s.

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  122. msortet says:

    My skin lost it radiance about early 50’s. I would love to see if the Regu-Fade works on my sun damaged face and age spots on hands!

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  123. VIRGIE VIVIENNE PACANA says:

    BY THE WAY BEFORE I FORGET I’M 63 AND ALREADY HAD SOME PROBLEMS OF DARK SPOTS IN MY UNDER EYE CHICKS AND THE ACCIDENT HITHERTO MENTIONED JUST MADE IT EVEN WORSE THAN EVER!!

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  124. VIRGIE VIVIENNE PACANA says:

    I RECENTLY LOST IT ALL ESPECIALLY RECENTLY WHEN I HAD MY KNEE SURGERY AND CAME HOME STILL KIND OF GROGGY FROM MY ANESTHESIA? ACCIDENTALLY HIT MY HEAD IN THE RAILING IN THE BALCONY WHERE MY COMPUTER ROOM AFTER TRIPPING IN ONE OF THE WIRE? RESULTED FROM A REALLY BIG SWELLED UP BUMPS ON TOP OF MY RIGHT EYE AND DIDN’T EVEN FELT ANY PAIN UNTIL AFTER A WEEK AFTER THE ANESTHESIA WEAR OFF. LEFT ME WITH A REAL BIG DARK BRUISES UNDER MY RIGHT EYE THAT I WAS HOPING TO TEST THIS PRODUCT WOULD HELP MAKE IT DISAPPEAR FOR ME?

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  125. Rose Holloway says:

    Around 50 🙁

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  126. Rose says:

    about 55 when my hormones really started…

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  127. Joyce McDaniel says:

    It was 40 when I got hurt at work and had surgery that went wrong and left me disabled. I need help

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  128. Michele Squire says:

    I really started noticing that my skin was dull and lackluster around my late forties.

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  129. Sissy Boo says:

    Working 60 hours a week to survive so my skin often suffers.

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  130. Linda Pappaterra says:

    My name is Linda, I am disabled with a total spinal fusion . I say this because I must take
    approximately 3-4 medications daily. Some medications as you know interfere with the
    color tone of your skin. I would love to test this to see any improvements it would give
    the brightness of my skin

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  131. Patricia says:

    I am hanging onto it by a thread! I want and NEED the tools to keep and re-gain it for as long as I can!!

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  132. Nancy Jachcik says:

    Not sure when but I think by mid 50’s Sure would like to get my glow back!!

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  133. Margaret says:

    It seems I went straight from acne prone skin to dull somewhere in my thirties.

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  134. Helen says:

    59 during and after chemo. I have always used sunblock, wide brim hats, long sleeves, etc. My skin was in great shape. The chemo was a life saver but also really tough on my skin. I would love to recover a glow!

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  135. Mary Ann Mitzel says:

    I was lucky after 60 — after my husbands health got worse because of MS

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  136. Judi says:

    I would say along time ago! I need help!

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  137. Charlene Kuser says:

    When I hit 40.my skin started to dull and look dry

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  138. Elizabeth says:

    My skin started changing after my second son was born about 20 years ago. Then again when I started menopause. It went from oily to very dry to oily then flaking. Just hormonally confused, I think?? I had Melasma starting while pregnant. Along with sun damage from prior years. I try to treat myself better now that I’m over 50. Should have done earlier in life.

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  139. Marlene says:

    Can’t say I really ever had such a “glow of radiance” except after a workout or from being in love! Sure could use it now at age 52.

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  140. Sue Smith says:

    My early 50s seemed be the turning point for my skin. Now, I am constantly looking for something that actually works as advertised. Still looking.

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  141. Janet George says:

    Somewhere between 50 and 60 the radiance began fading and I notice it more and more every day.

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  142. pam saighman says:

    My skin started loosing its radiance at about 30

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  143. Nancy Furstinger says:

    It seemed like my radiance vanished overnight…and I’m still searching for it!

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  144. Linda Bailey says:

    For me it was at age 45.

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  145. Jody Wallem says:

    I’m not sure I can pinpoint a certain time, but still would like to feel more radiant and look that way, too!!!

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  146. Ida Khodorkovskaya says:

    I believe it happened after 46. So far I can’t find anything to bring it back as it was …

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  147. Laurie Gathings says:

    I started noticing a difference in the loss of radiance in my skin in my 30’s. I have always had combination skin but is getting dryer as I age. It would be a blessing to have the a product that actually works for my facial skin. I would love to try Freeze 24-

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  148. MBissaillon says:

    In my late 40’s, I noticed the fading and dull skin. I have the leftovers from freckles that were cute when I was a kid, but not so cute when you are older. Sun has taken it toll as well, but I know I can gain something back. Let’s try it!

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  149. Laura says:

    I would say arounnd age 50 I began to notice that I lost that youthful glow. I would love to try this product to see if I could regain some of it back. I just turned 60 a few weeks ago and it would be great to try this product.

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  150. Jill Moeller says:

    Around menopause…..age 50

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  151. Suzanne Carter says:

    I’m coming up on my 60th birthday and just need a boost for my skin. Lack of radiance and skin slackening are my main problems. Would LOVE to test this out and would be honest about experience.

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  152. victoria williams says:

    In my late forties.

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  153. susan thomas says:

    early 50s

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  154. Jana Hayes says:

    I would love to try IceSerum Advanced Brightening Facial Serum. My skin started loosing radiance in my mid-thirties. I need it back….

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  155. ellen herbert says:

    probably around 45 when perimenopause hit?

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  156. Gingy says:

    I think it was around age 35 when I started needing reading glasses, or maybe that was when I could really see my skin clearly.

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  157. Debbie Smith says:

    I noticed the most difference at age 55. The sun damage and dark spots appeared and they are a constant battle to keep under control.

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  158. sattalia says:

    I lost my radiance in my 60s. Would love to try this

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  159. Debbie Chaney says:

    My skin’s glow started to dim after I had my last child at the age of 40.

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  160. cyuemura says:

    Would love to try – skin is dull and brown spots.

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  161. Sue Miller says:

    I would say the downhill slide began with menopause and just continues, the maintenance and upkeep is endless…………..

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  162. Donna Hart says:

    I’m not sure when, but I’m 63 now, and my skin could sure use a boost!

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  163. jhendon60 says:

    Late 40’s

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  164. Sherry Proch says:

    The drier and more lackluster my skin is from menopause. I am ever on the quest to test and share on my blog as well!

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  165. Debbie Terry says:

    at 50

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  166. Eve Bazylewicz says:

    I’d say I noticed my radiance had gone at about age 48, when I also developed rosacea. I was shocked, and I’m still not over it 7 years later. So bummed, I used to be the one with the beautiful skin, now I don’t even like to have my photo taken. 🙁

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  167. smfsprout says:

    I really began to notice the dullness after my hysterectomy. It just seemed like everything lost the shine it once had. My skin and hair both seemed to be less radiant, so I would love to give this a try.

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  168. Diane Hinkle says:

    I’m not certain I ever glowed. But after a number of life threatening surgeries and reactions to antibiotics, I need all the help I can get. Any help would be greatly appreciated.

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  169. Linda says:

    In my early 40s. I need all the help I can get at 62. HELP!

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  170. S. says:

    In my 20s, I had a lot of cumulative sun damage show up. Even though I’ve worn sunblock for many years, I wasn’t wearing a high enough SPF, I wasn’t reapplying as often as I should have, and I wasn’t wearing a hat regularly.

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  171. yummyfaerie says:

    I would say it started at about 40 for me.

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  172. Andrea Price says:

    Have seen that in a long time…53 now..maybe 20 yrs ago!..help give me some sparkle back!!

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  173. Delia Sadler says:

    I’d say 50-55. I’ve always been careful about my skin, but noticed a major decline several years ago. I’ve tried everything with no results. I’d love to test this for you!!

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  174. Michele Parrish says:

    around the age of 40

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  175. Julianne says:

    I lost my radiance at about 30 , I have lupus so I tend to have skin issues and I fight to try and keep a glow without alot of heavy makeup . I would love to try this product.

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  176. LINDA says:

    Age 45 I started noticing a change in my skin

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  177. Sandy Bonesteel says:

    My skin lost its radiance about 11 years ago; when I was 49 or so.

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  178. Laura Ellen says:

    In my late 40s I started to not like what I saw in the mirror. I could not figure it out right away, but then when I looked at my wedding pictures ( taken when I was 30) it became clear. The blush & the dew were OFF the rose : (

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  179. Barbara Lopatin says:

    Mid 40s I became post menopausal and my skin changed dramatically.

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  180. Kate Rivas says:

    My skin started loosing its radiance when I was 45 years old and I moved from a sunshine state to the suburbs of NYC. Sun does not shine much here!

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  181. Debbie W says:

    It happened in my late 40s.

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  182. Lauren says:

    Noticed what seemed to be an overnight difference in my skins radiance & elasticity around the age of 45! I am 54 now and have tried everything on the market!

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  183. Kimberley says:

    Just before turning 50 I began to notice a difference. Life sure knows how to take it’s toll..

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  184. Anne Daly says:

    I think my skin lost it’s glow at about 40 years old!

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  185. Sharon Sayler says:

    in my early 40s is when I first noticed it and I see the lackluster picking up pace with every year that goes by

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  186. Kelly Kriefall says:

    43, after my youngest was born.

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  187. Mamavalveeta03 says:

    I distinctly recall a sales associate at Sephora telling me that I had “lost my glow” (How the hell did she know that I had any to begin with?) around age 40. Well, if I win this, I’m going to go back and show her that I’ve still got it!

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  188. Judy Brenner says:

    I noticed a difference about 3 years ago, when I turned 45.

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  189. Celeste Crago says:

    I was 32 and pregnant with my second child. I got a well defined “pregnancy mask” and was so disappointed to see my skin change. At 42, pregnant with my third and last child, I was still getting compliments (thanks to my Italian heritage), but sun damage and dullness was obvious to me. Now 60, I just don’t want to even look in the mirror! But I did yesterday, and saw my mother. Horrors! I need help!

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  190. Debbie swanson says:

    I would like to test your product…..I luv the sun But its not good for my skin….I need a little help for my face … thank you..

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  191. Marcelle Cole says:

    I would so love to see a fresher brighter face looking back at me and have my son, 13 to my 54, stop telling me I look older lately.

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  192. Laura says:

    I noticed my skin clarity changing in my late 40’s. I have tried other products and have noticed some results, but I am always on the lookout for something new. Would love to try this. Thanks!

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  193. Stella Ferraiuolo says:

    I’m pretty sure my face began to loose radiance some time in my 40’s. Probably between ages 45-46. Even after facials, it just never seemed to look as good.

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  194. Pam Kolozsvary says:

    I’m in the thick of menopause and the symptoms are SO difficult to deal with, let alone having my facial skin appear to age almost daily. I’d love to see if this product could make a difference!

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  195. Kim Villasenor says:

    In the past 7 years, I really need to keep on top of my skincare routine so it doesn’t get any worse. Always looking for something to help.

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  196. Mimi says:

    About my 50’s

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  197. Kate Bushnell says:

    A few years ago when I lost my husband, mother and a friend within a 2 year period….

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  198. Marcia Robinson says:

    I have never had glowing skin, no matter what I do or have tried. This seems to be the answer to my problem and would love to be able to try it.

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  199. Deborah says:

    My skin just started to dry out and flake after turning 48 nothing I try seems to last long enough to keep it moisturized. I need help!!!!!!!!! Would love to try something that makes me feel good about myself.

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  200. Lori Fenner says:

    For me it was around age 45 when I began going through menopause.

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  201. aaron reck says:

    I’m 29 and I’ve noticed a drying out in the recent years. Probably around 27. That’s when the radiance stopped.

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  202. Lisa Kerr says:

    I guess the age my skin lost its luster must have been around 40!

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  203. Karen Cigburn says:

    Age 45

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  204. Soledad says:

    In my late 40s I started to see brown spots. Yikes! I was always careful not to stay out in the sun much, so imagine my disappointment.

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  205. Rita says:

    50 ish

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  206. Cathy Bock says:

    I noticed it after turning 50 and going through menopause…..not fun getting old!

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  207. Cynthia S says:

    My skin began to lose its radiance at the age of 32. I believe with the stress of having a teenager, work and trying to find balance took a toll on my skin.

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  208. travelgirl says:

    My skin lost it’s radiance about age 50. I seem to think that it was after the Premarin had completely left my system. I had taken Premarin for 18 years (from age 30 onward). So after that my skin started looking dull, started sagging a little,and other obvious signs of aging. I would so love to give this serum a try!

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  209. Jill Pratt says:

    Good afternoon,
    When did I notice my complexion losing its’ radiance?? I believe it was in my early 40’s. I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in my mid 30’s and I have no doubt that the stress of dealing with all the ups & downs of my new condition added to my loss of radiance.
    I am luckier than a lot of people with m.s… I am only affected slightly with the physical problems many of us have. I believe my well being was & is greatly a result of starting treatments immediately when I was diagnosed. I also have found that staying physically active is good for the mind & the body. I am also a firm believer in..The Power Of Positive Thought.. it has held me together thru all the ups & downs.

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  210. Bari says:

    Just woke up one day and I was my mother.

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  211. Anne says:

    I need this. 🙂

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  212. Ann says:

    I was 53 this year and I would say I noticed my skin turning this summer!

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  213. Crystal says:

    At around 48 my skin started to lose radiance. That is when the youthful look started to go away. Boo!

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  214. Ashley says:

    At 24 I started to noticed a difference. Most of it due to sum damage.

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  215. Lori Quinlivan says:

    It had to start around my menopause, about 2 years ago. I just look so tired all the time and no glow to my face. I am 50 now and need to add some sparkle and light back to my self so I will feel better

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  216. Sherry Russell says:

    Start losing the “glow” around 32. My skin looks washed out and weak now.

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  217. Cheryle Mavis says:

    Would love to test this product – At 54, I want my skin to look as young as I feel!

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  218. Ann Altaher says:

    I’m 54 with plenty of sun damage and in need of help .

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  219. deb c says:

    My face lost it’s radiance in my late 40’s.

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  220. Karen says:

    I would say my 40’s. I had a major accident at work and now disabled so was under major stress…..

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  221. Carol Zwick says:

    It was pretty gradual, but I really started to notice my skin aging in my early 50s. I’d love to try something that could bring back a brighter look.

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  222. Francine Farmer says:

    It happened so gradually that I find it hard to say when my skin started losing its radiance. I know it was before I turned 40. I am 53 now and have some dark spots and melasma from taking birth control pills and the sun. I would love to give this product a try and see improvement.

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  223. JMeidel says:

    Around 45 to 50.

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  224. Ilithiya Sun says:

    I would say my skin lost its radiance in my late 30s as wrinkles and crows feet start to emerge. I need to bring back my youthful glow. I really need this for my beauty regimen. Would definitely help a lot. Thank you.

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  225. Jeneen Leebens says:

    My skin started to lose it’s radiance when I was 24 and had a hysterectomy. I started to notice it was dull and I started noticing dark spots appearing. I would love to try this product to see if it could bring life back to my skin.

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  226. mecca sims says:

    I would say my skin started looking dull around 40! Uneven tone, looks like it’s in need of exfoliation, all the time!! I have to use chemical peels often, & the results don’t last!!

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  227. mag says:

    I noticed a difference in my skin color at age 48. I have been getting Laser treatments to keep my tone bright but would love to find a product like this that does the same thing.

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  228. Kimberly O'Bier says:

    My skin is losing it now at 34.

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  229. Pat Noel says:

    Mid 50s 🙁

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  230. Tina says:

    Seems like it happened so gradually that I cannot say the exact age. The pace has definitely picked up over 50 though!

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  231. Valerie A. Metzler says:

    59. I’m 58.

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  232. Laura Weaver says:

    At 33 yrs old; after my 1st and only child. I did not have any more children bcause I was afraid I would lose all my glow!

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  233. Deborah Blake says:

    After 50, needs help now with radiance and age spots

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  234. Dawn Price says:

    At age 50, my skin seemed to change abruptly! Suddenly it was dull, dry looking, and my pores seemed larger. I have been desperately trying every product available in an attempt to restore it – HELP!

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  235. Dave McCausland says:

    i think at age 30 it all started going downhill.

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  236. Connie Fischer says:

    I would say that around age 50 my skin began to lose its radiance. Whether this was from menopause or just a factor in aging, I don’t know. However, I most certainly would love to test IceSerum and see how it works for my skin!

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  237. Chris Dowling says:

    Worth a shot, at least!

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  238. wizardewu says:

    I think I was about 55 when my skin didn’t look so radiant any more.

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  239. DS says:

    I would love to try this product. The recent reviews have been very positive!

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  240. Colleen Alwine says:

    I noticed drying and loss of radiance at 50. I switched moisturizer and began to pay more attention to products I used on my face. I also visited a cosmetologist and had my first peel. I’ve also tried other facial serums, which do seem to help. However, I have not found any to have dramatic results.

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  241. Julie L says:

    My skin lost it’s radiance around 30! I’ve been missing that youthful glow ever since.

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  242. gailyn shepherd says:

    After having health issues and some trauma.

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  243. mary says:

    After menopause – another one of the joys I experienced.

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  244. Nancy Fiorenza says:

    Around 43 my skin started losing its radiance

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  245. Myrna Poole says:

    At 45,pre-menopausal.

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  246. Ros Irwin says:

    53

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  247. Kathi says:

    I would say when I lost my skin glow was late 40’s thru menopause and I Miss it!!!!!

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  248. mintjulie says:

    About 46, i was having some health issues then had to have a complete hysterectomy.

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  249. Peggy says:

    I have had melasma for years and have brown spots on my face. I would LOVE to try this, since I haven’t found anything that works yet.

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  250. mspurplelady11 says:

    When I turned 55, my skin lost its sparkle.

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  251. gailyn shepherd says:

    After 50 and some traumatic experiences my skin aged and dulled.

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