A Perfect Match


The fine hard working folks at Timeless Skin Care thought Mr. Skipah might want to look a little younger and offered me a chance to review their amazing products.  Since I didn’t want to face certain man card revocation, I instead turned to Miss Madison for help in this department.  The floor is now yours Miss Madison.

Skipah was contacted a few months ago by a company called Timeless Skin Care to try out and review their line of skincare products. Naturally, he passed the opportunity on to me, because we all know that women are the true experts in this field. I was excited to check out the company’s website and find out what they offered, and I was even happier when I saw that they pride themselves on making products that are all natural, paraben free, and cruelty free. I constantly drive Skipah crazy with my obsession with natural products and food, and my hatred of added chemicals, fragrances, and dyes. The skin is our biggest organ, so it makes sense to use natural, quality ingredients to take care of it, right?

The first product I tried was the Hyaluronic Acid serum from the Pure line. It comes in an adorable little glass bottle with a dropper and a simple label that looks great right on the bathroom counter. You are supposed to apply 2-3 drops to your clean face morning and night. According to their website, hyaluronic acid is one of the most hydrating and moisturizing ingredients on the market and can hold 1000 times its weight in water! I used the serum for about a month and definitely noticed its moisturizing ability. I have acne-prone, oily skin (even in my 30’s, who knew that acne wasn’t just a problem in our teenage years!), and this product moisturized without causing breakouts, which is super important to me.

I was very happy with the first product, so I was understandably eager to try another product for the next month. I tried a serum called Matrixyl S6, which also contained the moisturizing Hyaluronic Acid I’d already been using. In addition, this serum contains Matrixyl Synthe’6, which is a powerful peptide that boosts six skin-rebuilding essentials. It is an anti-wrinkle complex that helps reverse the signs of aging. Any woman in her 30s or beyond should seriously consider using this product, because we’re not getting any younger, but at least we can do something about it!  After using the Matrixyl S6 serum for a few weeks, I was in love! (Sorry, Skipah!) It made my skin feel smooth and look great, and also did not cause breakouts—a win win.


I was very happy with the Timeless Skincare line, and I highly recommend that you try it out for yourself.  The other added bonus about these products is their affordability! Products marketed as anti-aging at a makeup counter in a department store cost infinitely more than these all-natural serums. At these prices, there is no excuse for us to not be taking care of our skin. I’m excited to explore what else they have to offer at Timeless Skincare as I continue my quest for the fountain of youth!

Skipah’s Realm was compensated with free products from Timeless Skin Care.  The thoughts and opinions are all mine, or make that Miss Madison’s.


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  1. Hi Miss Madison!! Loved your review and you definitely nailed it!! I will go check out their products for sure!! I hope to see more of your posts in the near future. Heck, why even contribute here when you could have a blog of your own?!?! Just kidding Skippah, Just kidding! 😉

    Wishing you both a fantabulous evening!

    Much love,
    Lysa xoxo

  2. Thanks to everyone for the positive feedback! It was a daunting task to write for Gary’s blog, since I know you are all used to his wit and humor. I have aspirations to contribute regularly if I can make the time. Right now, I’m focused on getting through the end of the school year without pulling my hair out!

  3. Nice review, Miss Madison. Unfortunately, these products are not available in India.

  4. Miss Madison! You should just have your own blog! Sorry Gary…she wrote it well and was descriptive! You would make a great blogging team! I am proud to say that I stumbled this to my beauty and fashion page (something that would never happen with a regular old post from Skipah), LOL!

  5. Very kind of you to “let” Miss Madison take this one, Gary! And to you, Miss Madison, excellent review! What we put on our skin is more important than most realize, it’s our biggest organ, so I enjoy finding products that safe. Hope to so see you on here again soon, and get Skipah off the Diet Dr. Pepper!

    • Is my tribe revolting against me? We don’t speak in these derogatory terms, Diet Dr. Pepper is holy water around here! She was natural wasn’t she, she was worried it wouldn’t be “in my style” I read it and didn’t fix one thing.

  6. Nice to meet you Miss Madison…that said I would also like to hear Skipah’s review…

  7. May have to give it a try on her recommendations. Am allergic to everything except poison ivy and latex products used in medical settings!
    Hope she is right, I’m not getting any younger, either. My skin has been exposed to the world for over 41 long harsh years.

  8. How wonderful – is Miss Madison going to become a regular contributor now?

  9. Good Job to Miss Madison. Although I can’t believe she let you get away with the 39 and overweight line! lol We’ve seen the pics, she’s not either! lol

  10. Always good to know about natural products on the market! Thanks

  11. I wish I could explore various skin care products, but I have Rosacea, so it’s only soap and water and aloe for me.

  12. Love Miss Madison’s review!! Although I have to say that I think man card revokation may have been worth the sacrifice to have you updating us on the state of your skin each day.

  13. I was a little … concerned … about how Skipah would take to this, but I can see that Miss Madison had a great experience and has now introduced us to a brand that I have not known of before. So thanks!

  14. Sounds like a good product. I like hyaluronic acid products – always good to see one that is simple and affordable.

    I think you missed a few opportunities for fun by wanting to hold onto your man points here, however, Skipah! You know the before and after pictures, where you put a picture of yourself as a baby and claim the anti ageing serum was too strong. That sort of thing.

    • I swear you and I are cut from the same cloth because I had that joke running around in my head but couldn’t put enough together to make it a post and Miss Madison took to this stuff like a fish into water so I told her “To roll with it”

  15. nothing like a freebie and not having your man card revoked in the process – it sounds like a great product.

  16. I like Miss Madison’s approach – I too am rather particular as to what products I use and what food I eat. This does sound interesting – I shall definitely look into it.

  17. Cool! Thanks for sharing! Gonna check it out!

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