All I can say is, yuck. There is obviously a reason this is not easily found anymore. It has an awful, pungent, citrusy-fishy-mildew odor.
After running into so many infomercials, my curiosity had grown regarding Perricone MD products. After doing a bit of research, I decided to try the Formula 15 after reading that it contained DMAE, which supposedly drastically reduces wrinkles.
I actually bought a kit, and used half the bottle of this before I just couldn’t take the stench any longer. Unfortunately, this is just how it smells; I didn’t get a bad bottle. I wouldn’t mind so much if the stuff actually worked, or if the scent dissipated. But it seemed to linger until I showered, and I noticed absolutely no improvement in my skin.
On the other hand, a friend of mine has this, and LOVES it. Her skin looks fresh and dewy, and she said the scent dissipates after a few minutes on her. I have other Perricone products that I really like, so, I’m guessing this particular product just doesn’t work with my chemistry. Bummer!!!
Perricone MD Formula 15 retails for $125.00 for 2 oz.