If you know me, you know I love my TV, especially BRAVO. It’s not uncommon for me to fall asleep watching those bravo-lebrity housewives. I watch almost all of them, Beverly Hills and NYC being my favorites.

When I wake up and turn on my TV at 5 A.M. the next morning, I am greeted with info-mercials.

 Jane Seymour the Medicine Woman, and Melissa Gilbert from the prairie, are trustworthy women from my youth, and they positively love this product!

  Women are crying over their beautiful, revived and once again youthful old-lady skin.

They’re testifying.  This product has changed their life.

I believe ALL of them.

I’m talking about Crepe Erase.

I signed up. I started the program. I found a micro-bead in my eyelashes.

I had a mini crisis.  I can’t use a product with micro-beads!

Micro-beads are killing our water system!


…but…what if it REALLY works??

I planned to call the company, and find out for sure. All the while, I was really concerned that I might have to give up the product that makes my skin beautiful, to comply with my earth-first standards.

I started crazy thinking. I could change the bottles so no one would know. I would tell no one.  I mean seriously, had I lost my mind?


I’m here to tell you, there are no plastic micro-beds in Crepe Erase.  They use rice bran. It says so on the little product sheet that came with the order.

A good surprise. I had another surprise.

Turns out, they banned plastic micro-beads. For all time.

All that worrying for nothing.

I’ve had two compliments on my skin since I started. I think that’s a win.

I plan on using it for a year.

When I’ll look like this.

My girlfriend Gwen is going to use the Cindy Crawford Meaningful Beauty line for a year too, and we’re going to compare. Unfortunately, they don’t have a full body treatment.  Fortunately, I have it from a reliable source that the Goldbond old lady cream  has all the good stuff in it. The key is to exfoliate everyday to make sure the serum gets in.

So she’s going to try that, instead of the Crepe Erase.

We’ll let you know how it goes.