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Perricone MD Cold Plasma Face

What it is:A custom blend of proprietary antiaging actives that represents Dr. Perricone's most comprehensive and efficacious scientific research to date.What it is formulated to do:This powerful skincare essential prevents and corrects the ten most visible signs of aging relating to: firmness, elasticity, clarity, radiance, smoothness, texture, redness, blotchiness, wrinkles, and dryness.Cold Plasma, a breakthrough, revolutionary treatment from Dr. Perricone formulated to address the 10 most visible signs of aging and impart gorgeous, supple, healthy looking skin. Layer it under your favorite treatment product for ultimate amplified results!What it is formulated WITHOUT:- Parabens- Sulfates- Synthetic Fragrances- Synthetic DyesWhat else you need to know:This universally effective formula suits all skin types and enhances the benefits all Perricone MD treatments. It offers optimal nutrition via a patented phospholipid delivery system that releases actives directly into skin cells. It provides the skin with a plethora of ingredients and allows for a self-selection process driven by biochemical individuality, naturally maximizing 'customized' benefits for every complexion. The result is resilient, nourished, luminous, young-looking skin.Research Results:In an independent four-week clinical study on women between the ages of 20 and 65:- 99% reported that their skin was soft and smooth.- 94% said they liked the results and felt it provided for their skincare needs.- 92% reported that their skin looked radiant and healthy.- 91% felt that their skin was infused with moisture.
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Questions & Answers for Perricone MD Cold Plasma Face

Question
Does this really smell bad? Does the smell go away and is this product worth it ?
asked 4 years ago
Havetriedthemall
(Kansas City, Mo)
on Cold Plasma Face
22 answers
Answers
answer 1
Yes it does smell, but if you only use a little bit like you're suppose to it goes away quickly
answered 4 months, 1 week ago
Anonymous
(Alexandria, VA)
answer 2
I never noticed a smell at all. I agree with what someone said above- seems like the smells were from people using sample packets. I have the jar and have never noticed anything foul (and I typically have a pretty sensitive nose).
answered 2 years, 3 months ago
kallison
(Anchorage, AK)
answer 3
It doesn't smell at all. I bought the jar and have never used the sample packets. However, I noticed that many of the complaints about the smell are regarding the samples, leading me to wonder if there is something about the preservation (or lack thereof) in that type of packaging which is causing it to go rancid. The actual jar of Cold Plasma really has no scent at all. I have a fairly sensitive nose. Some perfumes give me headaches and I am very attuned to the smells around me. In other words, I am conscientiously aware of smells and I found nothing unpleasant about this product. (Obviously this does not apply to the samples which I have no experience with).
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
Anonymous
(New York)
answer 4
I'm changing my answer from some time ago. I claimed it smelled bad and couldn't use it, BUT, a small amount only is needed, your skin soaks it in and as soon as your moisturizer goes on, the smell dissipates. I think my sample packet smelled far worse than my purchase in the jar. Breathe through your mouth when you apply it and think seaweed and seagrass and not fish and you'll find it's easier to deal with.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
unnaturalbeauty
(MHS, PA)
answer 5
Yes. It smells. It smells just awful. If you can stand up to 5 minutes of perhaps one of the worst fishy smells up close and personal on your face and are willing to pay for that, go for it.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
juliannam
(New York, NY)
answer 6
I received a sample and I won't even finish the packet, because the smell turns me. It smells like something that was natural and alive and now dead and stinking. It made me come to the site to see what it was and if others are experiencing it. It fades when I put my moisturizer over it, but it is not a nice smell at all. I won't purchase any for this reason alone.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
unnaturalbeauty
(MHS, PA)
answer 7
Yes, it truly smells awful. From reading other comments, I agree that fish market and even a slight hint of formaldehyde could describe the scent of this product. I was only able to use this a few times before I discontinued use. Also, I did not notice any profound benefits to my skin to outweigh the scent. If you feel compelled to try it (and you have extremely dulled senses), try a sample from Sephora first. Otherwise, I wouldn't suggest splurging on this!
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
reebles
(Farmington Hills, MI)
answer 8
Nope, this didnt smell at all. I read the reviews and it was the first thing i looked for when I removed the cap. Smelled like nothing. I even tested it on someone before using it myself (i was going out). They didnt smell anything and they are sensitive to smells.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
romantic1983
answer 9
Astaxanthin is found in microalgae, yeast, salmon, trout, krill, shrimp, crayfish, crustaceans, and the feathers of some birds.

If you think you have a sensitive sense of smell, I can't recommend using this product.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
govinda8
(New Orleans, LA)
answer 10
As far as the smell goes, it doesn't have any artifical additives, so it might bother some, but it does not linger and the results are well worth it. This is an incredible product. Sephora sells a sample set of it and the eye cold plasma for $15. Highly recommended to try it out.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
anaa
(Cherry Hill, NJ)
answer 11
It has a slight seaweed smell that goes away almost right away. The product is more than worth it!
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
doomfox
(Taos, NM)
answer 12
i didnt notice a bad smell at all.....go to the store and try a sample first
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
athame1983
(glen head, ny)
answer 13
YES--SMELLS BAD!! Both the face and the eye "creams" smell like dead fish---and I have broken my nose before so I don't smell things well unless the scent is strong. HOWEVER--I think a little goes a long way so use sparingly and let it soak in...you skin will drink it up. I've never had the scent "linger" or had a boyfriend (or anyone) comment regarding the smell. My sister uses it also and she CAN smaell...face plasma doesn't bother her but she finds the eye "cream" to be worse and won't use it. Ultimately, the benefits are worth it and I suspect either others are using too much or are just simply very sensitive to scents/smells. Try it for yourself---we all know Sephora has a fantastic return policy!!
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
brsinger
(Iowa)
answer 14
Slight, slight smell; just like the contour cream. But it goes away really soon. I was SO scared to get this item because of all the "smelly" reviews. This is NOT a fishy smell. I just started using it tonight, so I don't know about the performance, but I HAD to comment about the smell -don't be afraid of all the sensitive nose gals. I will email back in one month, about the performance.
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
svargo
(san diego)
answer 15
The product does have a slight fishy smell when you first put it on, but then it fades away. It is just the DMAE, which comes from Salmon and other fish. HOWEVER, this product is AMAZING for your skin. I will say that some of the Perricone toners are a little too smelly for me, but Cold Plasma isn't that bad.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
melbell86
(Lexington, KY)
answer 16
For the things it does I don't care how it smells. I find that my slightly floral moisturizer I put over it covers the natural smell that this product has.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
aspenskimommy
(Above Sea Level.)
answer 17
Couldn't bring myself to keep the product on long enough to determine if the claims were valid. Just a terrible smell. No thanks.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
regrrl
(Springfield)
answer 18
Yes, it does smell bad but the smell does go away after a bit.
answered 4 years ago
SnippyB
(Las Vegas, Nevada)
answer 19
To me smells really bad. I am currently using a sample of the cold plasma face and I bought the eye cream. The eye cream does not smell..but the face is just awful and I can smell it from under the make up! Wondering if we could mix it with some nice rose scented moisturizer or something...
answered 4 years ago
lbcatwoman
(New York)
answer 20
This product is AMAZING!!!!! One product that addresses all my skin conditions! LOVE IT! The scent goes away in a minute but most importantly....IT WORKS!
answered 4 years ago
alex11
(Staten Island, NY)
answer 21
No, this does not smell bad at all! I know some of the products don't smell great, but this one is not one of those! You will love it! A little goes a long way, and it soaks right in! You will love being accused of being younger too! :D
answered 4 years ago
pipelinewife
(California at the moment)
answer 22
no it does not smell its great
answered 4 years ago
yayano
(Brea)
Question
Do you use the Cold Plasma before or after the
Acyl?

I'm using a sample of the Acyl and would like to pair it with the Cold Plasma products as suggested, but not sure which order to use them. Thanks.
asked 3 years, 2 months ago
outtacontrol
(Seattle, WA)
on Cold Plasma Face
11 answers
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answer 1
Cold Plasma is a treatment cream so always use it under your moisterizer but after you use a toner:-)
answered 2 years, 5 months ago
tania7
(Los Angeles, CA)
answer 2
Always, always, always cold plasma first! It amps up anything else you use including Acyl-G
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
melbell86
(Lexington, KY)
answer 3
I would use the ACYL after the plasma. I read that somewhere. What I do, personally, is use the plasma in the am and then the ACYL in the pm, to avoid so much "layering." In other words, plasma/moisturizer in the am and ACYL/moisturizer in the pm.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
unnaturalbeauty
(MHS, PA)
answer 4
I use mine after the ACLY. Thats how I've been doing it and it works well.
answered 2 years, 7 months ago
luluxoxo
(Sarasota, Fl)
answer 5
Cold plasma goes on first.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
anaa
(Cherry Hill, NJ)
answer 6
Use Cold Plasma Before. This 2 are my favorite recipe together!
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
spreckles
(San Francisco)
answer 7
it is my understanding you use one for day and the other for night,, me personally I would reccommend the cold plazma for day.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
ontarget
(raleigh nc)
answer 8
I use cold plasma first because it's supposed to enhance any other product you use. Unless your skin is really dry you can probably use them very sparingly because a little goes very far with these products.
answered 2 years, 11 months ago
anaa
(Cherry Hill, NJ)
answer 9
always use your cold plasma first - I wait a minute or two before I apply my acyl glut....
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
abbyknows
(roselle, nj)
answer 10
You would use the Acyl then Cold Plasma after, then your serum and then your moisturizer.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
rocanlover
(The Desert, CA)
answer 11
We recommend applying Cold Plasma first then following with the Acyl-Glutathione. We hope this answers your question!
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
Question
Can I get a sample of Cold Plasma?
I am interested in this product, but many reviews comment on horrible smell. Do you have a sample to send? Thanks!
asked 4 years, 2 months ago
Anonymous
on Cold Plasma Face
8 answers
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answer 1
The smell isn't as bad as people make it out to be -- the benefits are far better. It is a slight 'fish' odor which disappears as the product absorbs into your skin. The recommend using a small amount - maybe the others are using way to much.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
kjkidz
(Massapequa, NY)
answer 2
I looked on the Perricone website for samples. Perhaps they used to send out samples without a purchase, but at this time they do not. Sephora would give you a sample if you went to a brick and mortar store.
I've tried a small sample of this and it does indeed smell fishy. I'm not sure how anyone could miss it, since it is a very strong odor. However, it does help my skin a great deal, so I will put up with the smell. Someone else recommended using a moisturizer (citrus scented or another pleasantly scented one) to mask the offensive odor of the Cold Plasma.
answered 1 year, 6 months ago
fluttersby
answer 3
You can go to Perricone's own site and order a free Cold Plasma sample. But buyer beware: After three days it wreaked such havoc on my sensitive skin that capillaries were breaking for two or three weeks even after I discontinued use of product. Dozens of unsightly broken capillaries now on both cheeks due to the use of this product. Those are irreparable. So please Be very careful.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
Anonymous
(miami Beach, fl)
answer 4
At Sephora!
answered 4 years ago
alex11
(Staten Island, NY)
answer 5
The Cold Plasma doesn't have a horrible smell at all. There are a couple of other products that definitely do though. I have never seen sample sizes available anywhere. The only time I have ever gotten sample sizes is once in a while when I buy a full size product they will send a sample of something with it. That's the only time I've seen it though. I have been using most of the Perricone MD line for over a year now and my skin definitely has improved by leaps and bounds! I love it, despite a couple of products that have bad smells. You just hold your nose, and put on the next one (which usually smells much better! ha)
answered 4 years ago
pipelinewife
(California at the moment)
answer 6
I disagree that there is a horrible smell. I smell cucumbers, mellons and tin. The product is very effective on tone, clarity, firmness, lifting, brightening and refining of the skin. It must be used on freshly cleansed skin before using any other treatment or moisturizer. You can get a good sized sample at Sephora and most people notice an improvement within a couple of days use. I also highly recommend the eye cream. Again, both the face and eye creams are treatment creams so you still need a moisturizer and SPF.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
umterpfan
(Wash DC area)
answer 7
I have never smelled anything bad from this product. In fact, quite the opposite. Clean, fresh smell with great results. Go into a Sephora store and they've give you a sample to try as well as sample it right there on the spot.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
Letha1
(Banner Elk, NC)
answer 8
Trust me, this cream smells like trout. I think Perricone is pulling a joke on women with the smell. Bad!
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
Anatella
(Los Angeles, CA)
Question
Is Cold Plasma something that can be used if you have Rosacea?
asked 4 years, 2 months ago
Anonymous
(imperial pa)
on Cold Plasma Face
8 answers
Answers
answer 1
i have mild rosacea and if anything, this has calmed my skin down.
answered 1 year ago
banditdebonheur
(boulder, co)
answer 2
I have very mild rosacea - this product has not caused any irritation. If anything I would think it helps since it has a cooling effect when first applied.
answered 1 year, 5 months ago
kjkidz
(Massapequa, NY)
answer 3
NO, you may not use this product if you have rosacea. It breaks the capillaries under your skin. Once those are damaged there is no way to ever get rid of them. I am damaged for life now just by using the product for THREE days.
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
Anonymous
(miami Beach, fl)
answer 4
Yes! It is safe for sensitive skin too. It has reduced my redness in my cheeks and chin.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
spreckles
(San Francisco)
answer 5
ABSOLUTELY! My skin has never looked so good!
answered 4 years ago
alex11
(Staten Island, NY)
answer 6
I have rosacea and use it every day. It says it helps with redness and I don't seem to have any redness issues these days. :D I love this product! :D
answered 4 years ago
pipelinewife
(California at the moment)
answer 7
This definitely has anti-inflammatory ingredients in it, so yes it would probably help your roseacea!
answered 4 years ago
cclee233
(Cleveland, OH)
answer 8
I would get a sample and try it but it definitely has an effect on skin tone and evenness. I believe some of the reviews I have seen here and on Makeupalley.com and QVC which also sells Perricone products do say this product had a positive effect on rosacea.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
umterpfan
(Wash DC area)
Question
Does DMAE contain mercury?
I have to wonder the fact that this product smells like fish does it mean that it contains mercury. Not to be paranoid, but they say that too much ingestion of mercury can cause cancer...can the same be said for slathering it on your face twice a day? I know this fish smell is the DMAE, and I am not sure what is in that. I suppose only an MD can answer this question...or I would just appreciate any advice on whether this product really works after you give it a little time, because the fish smell is really awful (sorry).
asked 4 years, 7 months ago
Naturelle
(Washington, DC)
on Cold Plasma Face
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
I have not read anything linking Dr. Perricone's products to mercury, but I have read plenty on how his products contain nanoparticles. I loved this product when I got a sample of it, and when I googled it, a lot of information came up. Nanoparticles are extremely tiny particles that can travel throughout your body. There isn't too much information on this yet, and you will not get it from a store, but if you are interested you may want to google it. There are tons of articles arguing over the risk factors of this technology.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
katiepixie
(Chatsworth, CA)
answer 2
I did some research on DMAE & Mercury. there has been a highly discredited British study of several years ago, linking INGESTED DMAE processed with machinery using mercury to Autism that the anti-vaccine crusaders have been using and that has caused the re-appearance of formerly eradicated childhood diseases like Whooping Cough, and measles, There is NO link to TOPICAL DMAE and NO studies linking TOPICAL DMAE to any kind of mercury poisoning. You would have to EAT the jar to have ill effects .The Zinc Gluconate, and ceatryl alchohol among other ingredients would be far more harmful to ingest. Nutritionists DO advise against combining Perricone's Presciption vitamins AND his diet, which is considered to be too low on carbohydrates (fruits and vegetables) and high on Omega 3's like Salmon to be healthy & balanced. They agree with his prohibitions against tobacco, alchohol, caffeine, white sugar, and sun exposure.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
curlygurl54
(Ft. Wayne, IN)
answer 3
He use Wild Alaskan Sockeye Salmon which as we know is very low in mercury concentrations and is on the safe list for heavy consumption.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
loveyd
(Bellaire, TX)
answer 4
This is perfect for your skin. I am in the same age bracket with similar concerns. It is so lightweight almost a serum gel texture and goes right into your skin. It helps to balance my oily areas while keeping my skin smooth, comfortable, lineless, and healthy looking. I don't have to wear foundation unless I want to. I have been using this since mid September 2010 and I have already been accused of having something done. It is not heavy at all. You don't feel it on, but you see and are visibly able to tell the differences in your skin. Hope that helps.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
loveyd
(Bellaire, TX)
answer 5
The scent goes away in minutes!!!! The product truly works!
answered 4 years ago
alex11
(Staten Island, NY)
answer 6
To me, there is no fish smell, it smells like cucumbers, mellon and tin. I can't answer to your questions about whether or not there is mercury in the product so perhaps you could go to Perricone's website and email them, But I can vouch for the effectiveness of the product on tone and clarity, brightening & refining of skin, lifting, firming, wrinkles. This product must be used on freshly cleansed skin before any other treatment or moisturizer is used.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
umterpfan
(Wash DC area)
answer 7
I use Perricone products with DMAE and really don't notice a fish smell at all. If the products you are using are Perricone, I would find it unbelievable that any of his creams contain mercury, based upon the controversy surrounding that substance and the harmful effects of exposure. Dr. Perricone is a real MD Dermatologist and interned at a hospital where I used to live. You can always call the manufacturer of the product and ask them if the one you are using contains Mercury, however. That would be your best bet. Or, find the manufacturer's web page and send an e-mail. I always have luck getting responses to e-mail inquiries.
answered 4 years, 6 months ago
Catmom100
(Seattle, WA)
Question
how can i just try a sample?
asked 3 years, 9 months ago
skeeta
(virginia beach va)
on Cold Plasma Face
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
Sephora has a very nice set of cold plasma and cold plasma for eyes...number 1303528. It is enough product to judge if you think it will work for you!
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
anaa
(Cherry Hill, NJ)
answer 2
well...you could either go to sephora and get one (obviously), get a 1/4 size plus a trial size of the cold plasma eye for $15 at sephora, or go to perricone's website and get a 1/4 size sample for $5 shipping fee
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
athame1983
(glen head, ny)
answer 3
oftentimes, especially during & after the holidays , companies will put out "try me" skin care sets. You may get a few products you 're not interested in at first, but they may end up being the best of the bunch, For example, the eye cream.( they make great little Valentine's day gifts, stocking stuffers, etc, if you don't open them.) Keep watching your E-mails for these kits and/ or write to Customer service that THIS product is your interest.. That is how I got a $10 sample of Cold Plasma a few months ago here on Sephora.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
curlygurl54
(Ft. Wayne, IN)
answer 4
If they still have the trail samples for $15.oo, go for it, you won't be disappointed
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
sjmgreeneyes
(Charlotte nc)
answer 5
Go in to Sephora and ask for one.
answered 3 years, 8 months ago
loveyd
(Bellaire, TX)
answer 6
Just head over to a Sephora store and they'll give you a sample. It's that easy!
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
SephoraAholic
(Long Island, New York)
answer 7
Hi Skeeta,

Samples are a great way to try new products & we include three free samples with every Sephora.com order. The sample selection is listed on our website and changes frequently, so check back often to see what we're offering. At this time we are unable to send custom samples from our warehouse.

Another great way to try new products is to visit your local Sephora store. At the store, a Cast Member can make a tester for you of any products that we carry. They can also answer questions for you and make recommendations for other products. To find a store near you, check out our store locator.

Thanks!
answered 3 years, 9 months ago
1877SEPHORA
(San Francisco, CA)
Question
Has anybody used this with Retin A?
I usually use a kojic acid serum, vitamin c, some sort of Retin A or something similar with my Miracle Worker cream. I wonder if this is safe with Retin A and its family members.
asked 3 years, 8 months ago
fafa34
(San Antonio, TX)
on Cold Plasma Face
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
It will actually help your Retin A work ever better. You just have to use it before your Retina A product.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
spreckles
(San Francisco)
answer 2
either let cold plasma do the job or your phlosophy products do the job. I wouln't reccommend mixing because both products do more than retin alone. if you are using Renova don't use anything but a good hydriating lightweight moisture on top. Even if you are 80 years old using too much of this on top of that won't do you better.
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
ontarget
(raleigh nc)
answer 3
I use Retin A micro and this made my face peel even more that usual. Not recommended
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
Stacy
(New York, New York)
answer 4
Yes, I have used it with that and it works fine toghether.
answered 3 years, 2 months ago
anthony111
(Annecy, France)
answer 5
There shouldn't be any cross-reaction, if that's what you're concerned about, but I'd recommend switching from your retinoids to a gentler regiment that you can use for years without risk. Retin-A can cause sensitivity, whether as pills or in topical form, and you will probably find after using Perricone's products that you don't need to use retinoids or alpha or beta hydroxy acids, which can also be harsh on skin.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
alexandrianc
(New York, NY)
answer 6
I would call the Perricone customer service people to ask this question...it is an awesome comforting product in my experience, but they can probably advise you if it helps/hurts.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
anaa
(Cherry Hill, NJ)
answer 7
I believe you would be safe wearing the CP during the day. Most of the time Retin A is applied at night so I wouldn't put the CP on I would just wear the Retin A solo then.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
harmhunt
(los angeles, CA)
Question
Is this product recommend for acne prone skin?
asked 3 years, 6 months ago
Anonymous
(danville , ky)
on Cold Plasma Face
7 answers
Answers
answer 1
Yes! It has glycolic acid in it which helps. If you use it before any other acne treatment it will help it work even better. It has a lot of anti-inflammatoires in it to calm red irritated skin
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
spreckles
(San Francisco)
answer 2
Yes it is.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
anaa
(Cherry Hill, NJ)
answer 3
I was breaking out when I bought this and it totally cleared up my skin!
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
shannagian
(New Jersey)
answer 4
Yes -- a lot of acne, rosacea, and other inflammatory skin conditions are caused by a combination of dietary factors and ingredients in the other products you put on your skin (e.g., makeup or other skincare). I had terrible cystic acne and rosacea in conjunction with hypothyroidism during my 30s that just wouldn't be cured by prescription medications (and I tried all of them) -- but following Perricone's recommendations for dietary changes, adding in supplements, and using his skincare products completely cured my skin. (Also: I had to learn what ingredients to avoid in makeup and other skin products - like benzyl paraben, petrolatum, propylene glycol, alcohols, sodium lauryl/laureth sulfate; you should also avoid alpha hydroxy acids, retinoids and exfoliants if you have acne or sensitive skin, because they're very harsh). People now compliment me on the youthfulness and clarity of my skin(!). I continue to use Perricone products; the only other products I use for skincare or makeup are in the Korres line, which is all-natural and doesn't contain the irritants listed above.

To really see the effect of a product, try it on one half of your face for several days in a row, and keep using your current product on the other side. If you see a positive difference, you'll know the product works for you.
answered 3 years, 3 months ago
alexandrianc
(New York, NY)
answer 5
Although it is considered suitable for any skin type, take into consideration that it is highly greasy (will make your skin glisten and shine more than the stars).
answered 3 years, 4 months ago
aquabunny
(TX)
answer 6
This product isn't 'advertised' as an anti acne product, but I think it would really help because it has an exfoliating effect on skin. I don't have blemishes but I do have a problem with blackheads, which is considered acne, and this helps clear them.
answered 3 years, 5 months ago
anaa
(Cherry Hill, NJ)
answer 7
Hey, I have had adult acne forever, really serious acne - very painful that leaves scars. I have used this for over a week with no breakouts and in fact, my skin has never looked so healthy.
answered 3 years, 6 months ago
catzmiao
(Dayton, Ohio)
Question
EXACTLY what are the ingredients in this product?
asked 4 years, 6 months ago
MinaMinna
(Lake Carmel, NY)
on Cold Plasma Face
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
The ingredients appear to be listed.
answered 2 years, 9 months ago
anaa
(Cherry Hill, NJ)
answer 2
It has 6 of Dr. Perricone's patented sciences as well as a ton of essential fatty acids combined with a delivery system that is his cold plasma technology
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
spreckles
(San Francisco)
answer 3
Full of anti-oxidants, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Vitamin A, C, and E also firming agent DMAE, Advanced Neuropeptide Technology. A must for any skin care regime
answered 3 years, 10 months ago
Anonymous
(Los Angeles)
answer 4
Active Nutrients, phospholids, neuropeptides.... to mention a few! need I say more!
answered 4 years ago
alex11
(Staten Island, NY)
answer 5
I'm looking at the ingredients, it says: Aqua, glycerin, tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate, phosphatidylcholine, isopropyl palmitate, l-tyrosine, butylene glycol, glyceryl stearate, PEG-100 stearate, cetearyl alcohol, oligopeptide-17, ceteareth-20 magnesium aspartate, zinc gluconate, dimethyl MEA (DMAE), Docosahexaenoic acid, ascorbyl palmitate, phenoxyethanol, dimethicone, caprylyl glycol, glycolic acid, retinyl palmitate, saccaromyces ferment, elaeis guineensis (palm) oil, carbomer, disodium EDTA, tocotrienois, copper gluconate, polysorbate 20, sorbic acid, tocopherol, sodium hyaluronate, acetyl hexapeptide-8, palmitoyl, oligopeptide, astaxanthin, palmitoyl tetrapeptide-7, paraben free I hope this helps! :D
answered 4 years ago
pipelinewife
(California at the moment)
answer 6
I tried the sample. It smells bad!! But it does feel good to my skin, I wouldn't buy it though. It's too expensive and the smell is too repulsive.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
clover8999
(San Jose, CA)
Question
How can I sample this?
I would love to buy this product but I don't know if it will work. Can I obtain a sample size for a lesser price?
asked 4 years, 2 months ago
Angelhass
(Greenfield, WI)
on Cold Plasma Face
6 answers
Answers
answer 1
Currently the Perricone website is offering a sample.
answered 3 years, 11 months ago
aspenskimommy
(Above Sea Level.)
answer 2
ABSOLUTELY!
Always ask for samples...ALWAYS...do not buy it without trying a sample first. No matter how highly recommended.
Even the most expensive and high rated creams have not worked for me and I just got tired of spending money with no results...and go thru the hassle of refunds...
answered 4 years ago
lbcatwoman
(New York)
answer 3
Sephora encourages people to sample and experience their skincare products! Try Cold Plasma once and your skin will thank you!
answered 4 years ago
alex11
(Staten Island, NY)
answer 4
Sometimes when you buy a different product at full price you will get a sample of something different with it, but it's not always the cold plasma. I've never seen samples any other way, unfortunately.....
answered 4 years ago
pipelinewife
(California at the moment)
answer 5
You can try the actual Perricone website and I think they sell one for $20 or just buy from Sephora and return if it does not work.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
afrocity
(Chicago, IL)
answer 6
The sample I received was from a competing beauty store. I chose Sephora because I had a coupon (from Sephora) for 15% off.
answered 4 years, 2 months ago
mlxkh
(Philadelphia PA)
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