I was going 2 x pumps in the morning and night on face, neck back of hands and anything left arms and shoulders. Dropped down to 1 pump morning and night a few weeks ago to stretch it out a bit more so now only for face, neck and back of hands only.
My Wife has only used it periodically, like less than 1/2 a pump under her eyes.
My 21 YO Daughter applying now 1 pump at night and morning on her face, seeing if it would help control her acne for the last 2-3 weeks. (I did try to impress on her at first that it was for old skin not young skin!
My 23 YO Daughter applying 1/2 a pump on a small section of dry skin / problem area for her on her neck for the last week.
Results so far...
Me - Skin on my face softer, just feels better, lines / wrinkles has dissipated a little, I have a few dark spots on my face that are losing consistency and getting smaller, are a little bit of sagging skin on the right side of my forehead tightening up. 3 separate work colleagues all commented that the skin on my face looks better.
Wife - nothing really
21 YO - acne has significantly cleared up, she feels this is the first product that has helped her (she had tried everything) she is pestering me to order more earlier so we don't run out! - I was curious on which of the active ingredients have anti-bacterial properties - looks like Resveratrol is a good candidate, see: https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/a ... 7919300457
23 YO - looking like it is improving, but a little too early to tell.
I am sticking with the product, there is no doubt it is working on improving my skin which has altered the aging trajectory it was on + I boost the amount of NAD in my body - bonus! If I could afford it I would step up the use / dose for all my aging skin. We will also try the face specific Renue product when/if it is available later this month.
There may also be some linkage to diet, I add Hydrolyzed Collagen in my diet which supports skin (although I do it mainly for cartilage / joints) and eat a lot of good food. Currently also looking into Hyaluronic acid as another supplement to support skin and joint hydration.
I think that maybe people that may not be getting the results with Renue could be impacted by their diet, or then again everyone is so different that not every food / supplement / skin treatment is right for all people.
NMN - 1 gram
Methyl Folate - 1,000mcg
Methyl B12 - 5,000mcg
PQQ - 20mg
Vitamin D3 & K2 - (D3 25mcg, K2 45mcg)
Creatine Monohydrate - 800mg
NAC - 600mg
Glycine - 1,000mg
Acetyl L-Carnitine - 500mg
CoQ10 - 100mg
Where I did have an overnight response was rubbing some lotion in to a pulled calf muscle within hours of it happening, which I know in the past would have been felt for days afterwards. Woke up the next morning with it completely healed. This is a similar quick response to Ben's tennis elbow recovery.
What we mustn't do is give the impression that it works everywhere within days, because it just doesn't. An example here is two identical scratches down one of my shins where after they had scabbed over I applied Renue on one but not the other. Absolutely no difference at all in healing time; both exactly the same.
Quite simply, the more recent the injury the quicker the recovery (though it won't necessarily do anything for scratches/grazes); the oldest of sun damage will take much longer to repair than the most recently appeared skin tags/keratosis.
Burning sensation disappeared quickly and the next day nothing. No blistering, no scarring and the finger was completely normal..