Many women love men in uniform. There just seems to be a special air about them, almost as if the uniform gives them authority that other men simply don’t have. If women love uniforms so much, it stands to reason that they would want more things about their life to be uniform, such as their skin.
According to Valmont, in as little as 28 days users of the 28D White Program can get that uniform and clear complexion they are seeking. Let’s take a closer look and see if the 28D White Program can perform the anti-aging results promised.
There are two products included in this 28 day program that are work to lighten and brighten the skin while providing anti-aging effects. These two products are Clarifying Solid Matter, for the Face and Whitening Regenerating Emulsion.
Included in these two products are the standard ingredients for Valmont products,Vitamin C and Triple DNA. Also included however, are whitening ingredients that the company fails to list individually.
These ingredients work together to:
• Control formation of melanin
• Promote cellular renewal
• Reduce appearance of dark spots, fine lines & wrinkles
• Visibly soften, moisten and clear skin
This program is available for purchase on various websites. Additionally, it is easy to follow because the kit comes with 4 of each of the products, so that you know how much you are supposed to use each week to make it last.
Also, there have been no reports of side-effects, this may be because we were unable to find any consumer reviews. However, if this product indeed does not produce side-effects, it should be safe for all skin types.
Directions for Use
Begin by blending the two products together at the beginning of the week. You will apply 7 drops of the mixed solution both morning and evening to the entire face and neck area.
As with all Valmont products, the price becomes a large obstacle in the 28D White Program. It retails between $630-678 for the 28 days worth of product. If it works as well as it claims to, it may be worth the cost to get rid of your dark spots permanently.
However, we have been unable to find any clinical trials or research studies for the product as a whole or individual ingredients, so there is nothing to back up claims.
This may be a good product to purchase around tax return season, however, most of us don’t have an extra $600 some odd dollars lying around for idle purchases. Because this product has not been proven, we suggest that you search elsewhere for proven results at a better price.