I have tried many anti-aging creams on the market and haven’t found any that really impressed me. I was really excited to learn about this product and apple stem cells, and how they can be used to promote the vitality and longevity of skin stem cells.
Bellingham, WA (PRWEB) November 07, 2013
Two blogs from the Pacific Northwest, fashion-centric Love It Need It and hilarious mom blog Moms Who Wine, have teamed up to launch a giveaway with a prize that fashion lovers and moms alike will love – anti-aging cream. But this isn’t the typical anti-aging cream. apiel Skin Rejuvenating Cream is a new, innovative anti-aging cream that boasts apple stem cells as its main ingredient in the wrinkle-fighting formula.
According to apiel’s website: “Scientists have made a significant discovery derived from the stem cells of a rare apple tree cultivated for its extraordinary longevity. Clinical studies show that when applied to the skin these precious and potent stem cells show tremendous ability to help rejuvenate skin. Not only do stem cells delay aging, but they help healthy new skin emerge – wrinkles are reduced and vitality and radiance renewed.” apiel’s clinical studies showed that 100% of subjects saw a reduction in the appearance of wrinkles after only 28 days.
Another benefit is the fact that it’s natural – apiel does not contain parabens, phthalates, synthetic fragrances or dyes, SLS/Sodium Lauryl/Laureth Sulfate or other harmful ingredients.
“I have tried many anti-aging creams on the market and haven’t found any that really impressed me,” says Karla Swanson, creator of LoveItNeedIt.com. “I was really excited to learn about this product and apple stem cells, and how they can be used to promote the vitality and longevity of skin stem cells. I think the best part is that it’s totally natural – no toxic ingredients that are found in so many other skin creams on the market.”
Erin Lundstrom, creator of MomsWhoWine.me, was also excited to find a new and promising anti-aging cream to try. “Just like many other women in their 30s, I’ve been on the hunt for an effective anti-aging cream. I’ve even written on my blog about how I’m not too impressed with the ‘Old Lady Neck’ I’ve noticed in recent years! I’m happy to have the opportunity to give away a couple of jars of this special cream to our readers.”
Love It Need It and Moms Who Wine will give away a jar of apiel to two lucky readers (valued at $119.95 each). To enter, readers can visit the apiel giveaway blog post on either blog at LoveItNeedIt.com or MomsWhoWine.me and click on the Rafflecopter link at the end of the post.
Contest begins on November 6, 2013 at 12 a.m. PT and ends on November 20, 2013 at 12 a.m. PT. Valid for U.S. residents only.
About Love It Need It
Blogger Karla Swanson’s love for fashion and beauty began at an early age. At the age of 3, she was digging through her mother’s closet, trying on heels and smearing bright red lipstick all over her face (and the walls). Now her love for fashion and beauty has been channeled into her new blog, LoveItNeedIt.com. The blog focuses on affordable fashions - everything from the casual to sophisticated (think flats & jeans to blazers and pumps). It also focuses on beauty, celebrities and anything else she finds herself loving and needing. Living in Bellingham, Wash. with her husband and toddler son, Swanson works full time as a marketing consultant. Her experience as a writer, combined with her eye for great affordable fashion, makes her blog a must-read for any fashionista. To follow her blog, visit http://www.loveitneedit.com.
About Moms Who Wine
Erin Lundstrom lives in northwest Washington and works as a marketing consultant for a global PR Software company. Along with blogging, Erin offers freelance writing, editing, blogging and SEO services as well as consulting services for social media marketing. Erin is also an independent distributor of the AdvoCare line of nutritional supplements. Married for 11 years and mother to a 7 year old boy and 4 year old girl, Erin is aware of the issues that affect working moms and is eager to provide a voice to these concerns. To follow her blog, visit http://www.momswhowine.me.