I am way overdue for my Botox (9 days until my appointment, but I’m not counting down or anything) so Roloxin Lift could not have arrived on my doorstep at a better time. I’ve been turning to the toxin for a line-free forehead and less-crinkly crow’s feet for years, and I will admit I was a bit skeptical of this treatment—but I’m singing a different tune after trying it.
Here’s the scoop… You apply this mask when you want to look fresh and radiant, so that can be in the morning before work or in the evening if you’re hitting the town. Simply massage the packet for 20 seconds to help emulsify the mask, slather it on, let it dry for seven to 10 minutes, and wash it off with warm water. From there you proceed with moisturizer and makeup—and firmer, tighter, visibly less-lined skin. The rinsing with water (and not facial cleanser) is key, because the results can last for up to 24 hours. You’ll also notice that your pores are less visible, and your skin’s tone and texture are improved as well.
Seriously, the results are truly significant after one use. My forehead furrows were dramatically improved and my skin was beyond smooth. The mask dries to a white powder, but if you don’t get it all off it will interfere with your makeup. You’ll most definitely want to use moisturizer after the mask because your skin will feel really tight–in a a good way.
A few pointers… The directions are a big vague, so I wasn’t sure exactly where I was supposed to apply it or how often, but the Roloxin website has all the info you need–plus some incredible before-and-afters.
The company recommends using Roloxin Lift for 10 consecutive days, then three times a week after that to maintain results. Though I wouldn’t necessarily use it daily (even if I did actually go to an office or see people every day), this is a pretty fantastic way to “freshen up” when necessary. However, Roloxin Lift doesn’t come cheap. When I Googled the box of 30 packets I have sitting in my bathroom, I gasped at the $270 price tag—but then again, that’s less than Botox and this box will last me a lot longer than three months. (Yes, Mom, I’ll give you a bunch!)