Thursday, December 3, 2009

Perricone Giveaway & Coupon

This giveaway is now closed.
Congrats to the winner Kayla!
Perricone has offered a to give one of my fabulous readers a 2 oz tub of their Intensive Moisture Therapy. That's a $125 value to one you of lucky ladies (or men, I guess. Do I have any male readers?). Now here is my question - will you keep it for yourself or give it away for Christmas? That's a tough call, I think. You get major bonus points for giving someone such a nice gift, but can you really give up the decadent pampering for yourself? What you don't want to hear my input on if you should keep it? You just want more details? Alright, here you go... according to their website

This rich emollient moisturizing cream is especially formulated with Phospholipids to nourish and protect while helping to repair overly fatigued skin. It enhances the appearance of facial contours and smoothes skin's texture, delivering visibly more radiant and healthy looking skin. Gentle enough for stressed skin that has undergone physical or environmental changes. Paraben-free.
I think it sounds like the perfect treat for my skin right now, b/c I don't know about you, but mine is starting to get dry from all the wintertime heater action. Yuck. Dry skin sucks.

RULES:
  • you have until Sunday, December 13th at 3pm CST to enter
  • only open to US residents (so sorry my international readers!!!)
  • enter the giveaway by leaving a comment on this post about why you need this for your skin and what hasn't worked for you in the past (For example if I was eligble to win I would say "My skin is really dry right now. I have tried several department store intensive moisturizers, but I had bad reactions to the strong chemicals." Sad but true.)
  • If your email address is not listed in your Blogger profile, please leave an email address in the comment. Feel to use the "Tina (at) domain (dot) com" format if you are worried about your email address getting snagged.

Good Luck! And even if you don't win this giveaway, check out the Perricone website where they're offering my readers a discount!

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Perricone has very generously offered me a bottle of their Amine Face Lift Complex for myself as well. If you have any questions about giveaways or reviews of products on this website, please read this post and feel free to leave a comment there. I read and reply to all comments.

20 comments:

Karen said...

My skin is starting to act up (again!) with the heat on, longer hot showers, etc. I've looked at the Perricone products before, but they're not in the budget, so this would be a great way to see if this would help my sensitive, rosacea prone skin to survive the winter.

Ash said...

I love the Perricone products. My mom uses them, and I always try to steal a little out of her makeup bag when she comes to visit. They help her so much with all the dry, hold air she experiences over in Scotland! These products would be such a big help, especially with the dry areas around my eyes and mouth.

JPey said...

I'm a poor graduate student who can't afford drugstore products, let alone Perricone. But here's the situation: Boston + biting wind + 1940's house whose antiquated heating system sucks all the moisture out of the air.

As a result I get dry, scaly patches all over my face that refuse to leave until April. I'm tired of resembling a reptile.

Thanks for your consideration!

jpeyton29(at)gmail(dot)com

Kayla said...

It's that time of year when dry skin becomes my friend. I spend most every winter fighting with different mostuirzers.So many department store kinds will work for a little bit, but they don't mosturize all day. I would love a serious mosturizer, but just don't have the money right now to spend. So for now I'll keep my fingers crossed!

Kelly said...

My skin keeps getting dryer and dryer all the time (especially in the winter) because of a medication I'm taking. Oddly, my normally resilient skin is also acting up - I have been trying different products, and I had high hopes for the tub of Cetaphil I've been using for the past few weeks, but it's been creating little bumps (not pimples just...weird bumps) all over my face that are not so pretty. I need something that will really baby my skin this winter!

Kelly said...

oh and I am proficiscamur....at...gmail...dot...com

Joanna said...

I have very fair and sensitive skin, parital to serious dryness around my eyes especially. I've literally tried at least a dozen creams and eye gels, but end up smearing vaseline on my lids before bed like my grandma used to. Anything to spare me this embarrassment would be lovely! :)
jmgallo831(at)gmail(dot)com

Beth said...

Oh my goodness! I have eczema and psoriasis and while I love Dr. P's book I've never been able to afford his products! So I guess I need it because of my "condition" and I've tried cheaper stuff!

Tori said...

I am right there with everyone else with, it's winter and my skin is dry! Last Christmas I was gifted Bee Alive Milk and Honey wash and it has been perfect for my skin. I would love to add a moisturizer from Dr. Perricone to my skincare regimen!

Cindy said...

The temp. here just dropped below freezing last night and I can feel how tight and dry my skin has become. I would love to try this moisturizer.

pink pumpkin said...

Living in the midwest does a number on my skin, I could definately use this product!

BTW~ love following your blog!

Heather said...

I would love to try something other then the regular department store brands, my skin is doing this weird thing where it starts out dry, I moisturize and then end up with little annoying pimples around my nose, errrrr, so aggravating. I'm vintagechic13 at gmail.com.....Thanks for the giveaway!

Honeybunches of Roses said...

around my mouth and laugh lines my skin is super duper dry...I've tried everything and sadly all I get is no results and a rash. I need help :)

K said...

I would love this! I have tried CO Bigalow from Bath and Body Works and it didn't moisturize enough. Now Im using Mary Kay's skin care and it's making me break out. I'm going crazy! I just want my good skin back. Thanks for this opportunity!
kaylyndawley@gmail.com

Anonymous said...

I live in the mile high city and have extremely dry skin. The crazy snowy winter months coupled with dryness and altitude wreak havoc with my skin. I am 26 and trying to figure out a skin routine.I would love to try Perricone. I am ksonaly@yahoo.com
Thanks!

Leslie said...

I am a teacher who cannot afford a lot of expensive products, so I generally buy whatever is reasonable at the drugstore. However, since I had a baby five months ago, my skin is drier than it's ever been and nothing I have is helping- and since I just turned 41, I need a quality product to help whip my skin back into shape!! Also, I am set to go on a blind date in a few weeks, and the Perricone cream would really help me look my best!! Please pick me!!!!

Leslie said...

The previous post is mine, and my email address is leslierobinson@carlbrook.org

Denelda said...

Now that it's winter here in Colorado, my skin is starting to show the effects of REALLY dry air, indoor heating, and plenty of time out in the cold air skiing. I'm using Olay right now, but am thinking I need something extra, because my skin still gets kind of flaky in spots. This cream sounds great!

Maria said...

I'm traveling to Minnesota (from where I live in the south) and my skin always is SO dry, itchy and tight. I've even tried hand cream on my face which only makes my face oily but not really moisturized. I'd love to have glowing skin for Christmas this year!

Dear Santa,
Please give me some fabulous skin cream for Christmas.
Love, Maria :-)

The other Tina said...

My boyfriend has really sensitive skin. We have had unexpected cold weather (snow in Houston!!) and the weather changes are creating havoc on his skin. He is really self conscious about this. We have tried different things but I really can't afford the nice pricy creams. Thanks and have a nice holiday!! tmougo@sbcglobal.net