I don’t know about you, but the only free stuff I get are plastic supermarket bags or KFC wipes, but then again, I’m not exactly Tulisa. The ex N-Dubz singer and X Factor judge Tulisa has tweeted her excitement at being given a set of Skin Chemist’s Wrinkle Killer Snake Serum, with the serum on its own costing a whopping £135. The singer tweeted her thanks at getting the freebie pack, which included several different products, all containing the controversial snake venom, a compound that we featured in Shopperbase last week.
Not that the 24-year-old should need a wrinkle busting cream, but skin experts do say that you should start getting used to perfecting a skin regime in your twenties, if you want to avoid the dreaded wrinkles and saggy folds later on in life.
The Skin Chemist’s Wrinkle Killer Snake Serum is fast becoming a celebrity favourite, as it contains syn-ake, which is a neuro-peptide that mimics the effect of the Asian temple viper’s venom. What t
his venom does is temporarily freeze wrinkles, which in turn prevents them from getting any deeper.
Described as ‘Botox in a bottle’, the serum also contains oxygen, which experts have stated has a positive and beneficial effect on the skin by smoothing and plumping it up.
Tulisa isn’t the only celebrity to endorse her use of snake venom; the famous Dolce & Gabbana designer – Stefano Gabbana also uses the product and TOWIE star Amy Childs is reputed to slather the snake venom over her face, in an attempt to hold back the years.
The Skin Chemist’s Wrinkle Killer Snake Serum is part of a new breed of skincare products called cosmeceuticals, that use research and science to utilise the most effective treatments, backed by trials and clinical testing, to create high quality pharmacist-designed skin and body treatments.
And although the Wrinkle Killer Snake Serum is the most popular snake venom cream, Skin Chemists have also created a complete range of day and night creams, body lotions and masks that all contain a percentage of syn-ake.
The Skin Chemist’s Wrinkle Killer Snake Serum priced at £135 is probably a little out of normal peoples budget, but Skin Chemists are offering Daily Mail readers an exclusive 85 per cent discount off the Snake Serum, which you can now purchase at a much more reasonable £19.99. To use the discount and get your serum for a bargain £19.99, go to skinchemists.com and enter the code DailyMail1 at the checkout.
And if you don’t trust Tulisa’s endorsement, check out the reviews on the Skin Chemist website, which state that 92% of their customers who have tried the Wrinkle Killer rated it as a 5 star skincare – anti wrinkle solution. We would advise however, that as the effects are only temporary, you do have to use the product on a regular basis, and the company recommend that you use Wrinkle Killer Snake Serum for at least 28 days. This might prove to be a little too costly in the long run we think.
For more information visit the Skinchemists.com website.