Wrinkle Relief Experiment: Week 3

It’s the same time of the day.  Still, the days are a little shorter. I notice, that although I’m sitting in the same place, at the same time of day, there’s a little more light coming in my west-facing window. Although after one day, 98% of those asked “Which hand looks younger?” picked the correct one. One person picked one and said it looked “stronger.” [tweetthis]Some people just aren’t very good test participants in scientific studies. [/tweetthis] Golldarnit.  (Reminder: on one hand I apply some of the magical wrinkle removing cream, twice a day.) I’m wearing the same clothes, so that color won’t skew the data.

This week is the first week that I see a difference between my two hands. What do you think?  Does one hand look “younger?”

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Please try to overlook the manicure. I’m going to a wedding Saturday. I asked the women at the salon which hand they thought look younger.  Every single one picked the correct hand, without hesitation. Same thing when I volunteered this morning.

By the time I get through the six weeks of my experiment, I’m going to show you a little video.  I can’t believe how the cream is improving skin elasticity.  By the way, I put the cream on first thing in the morning, and right before bed, so it’s been at least 8 hours. I only say that, because the change is more than temporary.

Here’s what it’s doing for my face. I can’t see any difference. Can you.

Oh, I got a new hair product, too.  A tiny bit of powdery substance, and my hair has more fluffiness, without too much frizz.  What do you think?

Photo on 9-24-15 at 2.56 PMTomorrow, I’m on my way to Chicago Writers’ Conference.  I’ll be pitiching my novel on Sunday.  Wish me luck.