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    Default How long do you wait to see if a new product is working?

    I just bought the Perricon MD Vitamin C and I have been using it for about a week, but I havent really noticed any real results.

    How long do you normally wait to "notice" a change?!

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    I use a new product for a month. if i don't get any results by then i try something else. i don't mean super life changing results, i mean just some results. if i get some results i use it until it is gone.
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    Like ^ said, you should wait at least a month to 6 weeks to see if there is any improvement. If there is, use it up and (of course) get some more!

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    I wish I had the patience to wait a month, haha! I usually try it for a week and if I like how it feels and I haven't had a reaction, I stick with it, untill I get bored and try something else! haha, I think this is a case of me being young and fickle. :P

    But what Vencasand said is probably best.

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    Quote Originally Posted by skinlover View Post
    I wish I had the patience to wait a month, haha! I usually try it for a week and if I like how it feels and I haven't had a reaction, I stick with it, untill I get bored and try something else! haha, I think this is a case of me being young and fickle. :P

    But what Vencasand said is probably best.

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    i think one month is enough... for example, i've used *** CODE eye cream for 10days, and there are changes around my eyes. so good excellent products do have a instant result and it will show on your skin...

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    Yeah, give it a month..unless, you see some unwanted side effects..in this case, that product isn't for you, obviously. No product can please 100% unfortunately.

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    I dont really have a time but I use it if I feel like its working if not I move on!


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