The Crawford-principal Showdown To Be Meaningful, Or To Reclaim

When you compare Cindy Crawfords Meaningful Beauty to Victoria Principals Reclaim, a good place to start is at the number 17. Yes, 17 because Cindy Crawford is 43 years old, and Victoria Principal is 60. That is a difference of 17 years, and their products have a lot to do with the skin problems women closer to their age groups tend to encounter.

That would explain why Cindy Crawfords Meaningful Beauty products target the same skin problems of aging such as fine lines around the eyes and lips, wrinkles, dryness, in different ways, and with different points of emphasis as compared to Victoria Principals Reclaim. Both are the most popular skin care products on the market, but my sense is that each one puts more emphasis on the set of skin problems that attach to their personal age groups. Cindy Crawfords Meaningful Beauty skin care line, for example, according to users, was more effective at removing redness and making skin much softer. Acne and redness is probably more of a problem for women in their 30s-40s.

Principals Reclaim doubtless targeted skin problems of the 40s and 60s age group, which primarily deal with dryness, which is why Reclaim has patented its technology of moisture lock. Basically that means that moisture is time released and sealed, so that the skin remains smoother and younger all day. Principle says moisture is the key to repairing sun damage, frown or brow lines.

That is how they are different. Now, heres what they have in common. Both products have exfoliates and an SPF of 20. Both have a 30-day introductory offer. Both have money back guarantees, but by the third month, costs rise up dramatically for both. Be prepared.

Meaningful Beautys 30-day introductory offer is $29.99 with a money back guarantee. Principals Reclaim is cheaper, at $19.95. After the trial period, Meaningful Beautys price jumps up to $110 for three months. Reclaim has excellent offers for the first 3 months of use that can reduce the monthly cost anywhere from $5-15 dollars per month. After the third month, both products increase in cost tremendously.

Principals Reclaim contains Argirilene which functions in a way similar to Botox without having to have injections. Crawfords products, developed by dermatologist Dr. Sebagh, a skin care specialist to the stars, applies collagen and anti-oxidants with an extract from a rare French melon, high in antioxidants, as their key ingredient. Both products also claim to prevent future wrinkles.

On the downside, the fragrance of Meaningful Beautys French Melon for some was too strong. Some loved it, but others complained that it overpowered their perfumes. Some dermatologists claim that Meaningful Beauty cannot undo the effects of sun damage despite product claims. But consumers have rated it 7-10 and I suppose it is in the use of the product where satisfaction is best measured.

Principals Reclaim has received positive reviews as a whole, although some wish it would do more than it actually does, but still like it nonetheless. Most consumers do recognize that their skin feels softer, more pliable and that fine lines are reduced within the first week of usage. Other consumers felt that the ingredients were too greasy and left a residue on the face that caused breakouts.

Just looking at the two endorsers, one would say Crawford is beautiful, but Principal, in her heyday, had unforgettable beauty. Now, here is the thingevery individual has different skin quality and different skin problems so what works for some will not work for all. Smart way: Make use of the introductory offers, choose what works and if both dont, move on. Bear in mind the time line for these introductory offers and cancel accordingly. Also, anticipate the price jump when you try the two, and be ready for it if you think one is working well for you. The difference is in the fine linesnot just on your skin, but in the expectations insofar as payments are concerned when you order.