Beauty Buzz: Joan Collins Is The New Face of Cellex-C

February 19th, 2007 // 3 Comments

Joan Collins, whom you might better remember as the infamous Alexis Marissa Morell Carrington Colby Dexter Rowan from a little late-night eighties phenomenon known as Dynasty, has just signed a deal to be the new face of Cellex-C. Upon discovering that Joan has been using their products for years, Cellex-C Cosmaceuticals signed up the British diva to promote a new mystery product set to launch in May 2007.

When I heard that Joan Collins (who is still looking fabu these days) was crediting Cellex-C with helping her age so gracefully, I decided to do some research into their products. Cellex-C is the original formulation that pioneered the present worldwide interest in the topical application of vitamin C. Its patented complex sets Cellex-C apart from all other vitamin C products and is available in all of its products from exfoliators, moisturizers, anti-aging and a complete sun care line.

As for my personal recommendations, I love the Cellex-C Advanced-C Serum, which is a 17.5 % Vitamin C serum that is oil-free and retails for $115.00. I also recommend the Cellex-C Hydra 5 B-Complex, which is an amazing oil-free, clear gel that moisturizes without clogging your pores. Those with acne-prone skin that is too dry from Retin-A or other treatments will love this gel, which retails for $66. It seems a bit steep, I know, but think about it as an investment for great-looking skin. The high concentration of Vitamin C serum is what you’re paying for, and is worth it, if you want to help keep those nasty free radicals at bay. Cellex-C products are available at Dermadoctor.com.

(via ShoppingBlog.com)

  1. ber

    i’ve been using the cellex-c sea silk oil free moisturizer for the past 5 or so years and absolutely love it! nothing feels right after using that product.

  2. Tonysgirl

    Joan Collins like 1000 years old??? she should have been mummified by now….lol

  3. Margaretta

    Oh come on now Christy! Do you expect us to believe that Joan Collins achieves her ‘natural’ state of plastic but using a cream! HAH!
    She looks like the mask in Phantom of the Opera. Only his was more realistic.

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