Innarah VenoDefense Treatment Crème, Worth the $300 Price Tag?

You know all of those awesome beauty giveaways that Allure Magazine does every August? I actually won one, and it just so happened to be a $300 jar of Innarah VenoDefense Treatment Crème, score! It took a few months to find out I even won, then a few more months to receive to product. I’m coveting it so much because of it’s value that I’ve been using it quite sparingly, but I must say that I’m pretty impressed.  Innarah VenoDefense Treatment Crème contains a proprietary complex of anti-inflammatory ingredients that are said to mimic the effects of snake venom (yes, I said snake venom). These ingredients smooth the appearance of lines and wrinkles immediately and help to repair damage to the skin over time. The first time I applied the cream, I noticed the instant effect of my laugh lines and other fine lines plumping up just enough to virtually disappear from my skin. I’ve never had Botox done, but I imagine it’s a similar effect!

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Innarah VenoDefense also contains Magnolia Tree Bark (a powerful anti-inflammatory), Chamae Rose (known for antioxidant, anti-inflammatory and anti-bacterial properties), Elk Antler Velvet (shields your skin from damaging effects of the environment and UV rays), and several other interesting and highly beneficial ingredients. So…is it worth the splurge? Ok that’s a tough one. I think I could rationalize having the product on hand to use sparingly on days when I want to look especially youthful and vibrant. As far as daily use, I’m not sure my budget would allow for it, but I so wish it did! But, if I get to the point where I do really start to consider Botox, perhaps Innarah VenoDefense is a cheaper and simpler option?! Have any of you tried this cream, or any similar high end creams?

2 Comments on Innarah VenoDefense Treatment Crème, Worth the $300 Price Tag?

  1. Elisebet F
    January 10, 2014 at 8:05 pm (3 months ago)

    I’ve never tried anything that was $300, but after 30 days of using StriVectin-SD (think I paid around $100), I did see results. My forehead was noticeably smoother. It made me break out though, so I stopped. I have very acne-prone skin. When I started using it, they only had one or two products, and I notice now they have an entire skin care line.
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