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#Giveaway: Amani Pure Vitamin C Super Blend Serum (With Coupon)

Do you remember I did a review for Vitamin C Super Blend Serum? Well, the company, Amani Pure, has generously offered some for giveaway. Thanks Amani Pure!
Let's learn more about it, in case you missed my review.
  • Powerful Skin Elixir - created from a specific blend of skin regenerative ingredients that is currently used in luxury, high end spas all over the world... and now you can try it for yourself at an affordable price!
  • Proven Benefits - made with bioactive ingredients that have been proven to stimulate collagen, treat blemishes, smooth fine lines and wrinkles, lighten dark spots, brighten dull skin, and even lighten scars.
  • Specially Formulated - with the highest quality of ingredients that include: 20% Vitamin C + Hyaluronic Acid, Jojoba oil, Gotu Kola Extract, Vitamin E, Aloe, Witch Hazel and other skin perfecting agents.
  • See and feel an instant improvement in your skin's complexion! This Unique Vitamin C Super Blend will leave your skin looking and feeling younger, firmer, and more radiant. 100% SATISFACTION GUARANTEED OR YOUR MONEY BACK!
  • Great for sensitive, oily, and dry skin. This Serum is 98% Natural, 72% Organic with NO Parabens & NO Alcohol. Made in the USA adhering to FDA guidelines.
This stuff really works too! Check my review post for before & after photos.

Now currently they are out of stock at Amazon, but rest assured there will be more soon. If you wish to buy some and not wait for the giveaway results, you can use this coupon code HCBJQ76R at the checkout. This will save you 10% off, and with it at an already lower price, that's a bargain! This coupon code is valid until June of 2015.

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AND NOW THE GIVEAWAY

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Comments

  1. I'd like my skin to look a bit more lively, so I hope this product will help.

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  2. I'd like this to help even out my skin tone!

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  3. I would target my cheeks.
    Thanks for the giveaway.
    mtakala1 AT yahoo DOT com

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  4. I would love to smooth the fine lines around my eyes.

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  5. I need to target the area around my eyes.

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  6. I need to target my whole face. I have blemishes and dark spots on my skin from acne scars.

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