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Heidi Klum In an Instant

Heidi Klum Launches Her Skin-Care Collection

Is it just me, or is Heidi Klum everywhere lately? She's the face of Victoria's Secret, she's involved in heart-health campaigns, she's gearing up for another round of Project Runway, and throughout all of this she's taking her little ones out for playtime. Her latest endeavor is In an Instant, a skin-care line that she's hawking in infomercials.

In an Instant is an antiaging line that promises immediate results. "It's like airbrushing your wrinkles away," Heidi declares gleefully in a clip on the website. The six-product line ($29.95) includes a foaming cleanser, a firming serum, a wrinkle smoother, a tinted moisturizer, an eye treatment, and a warming scrub. I think the products are fairly priced, but I'd like to know more about the ingredients before snapping it up. (The serum contains peptides, which is promising, and the tinted moisturizer has SPF 15, but the ingredient list isn't available on the website.)

Take a look at the before-and-after pictures to see what to expect. Truthfully, I see some improvement, but nothing dramatic; I also think that while some products will give you instant results, most skin-care items take at least a month to do so. When the first batch of In an Instant ships in a few weeks, I guess we'll start to hear a bit of buzz — but I have a feeling it will take a lot more than foaming cleanser to make me look like Heidi.

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rlgii62 rlgii62 5 years
Garbage! Complete garbage! It smells terrible. The wrinkle smoothing stick.... it like wax. I could rub chapstick on my face and it would be just as effective and MUCH cheaper. The tinted moisturizer only comes in one color- which looks like an orange mask on my fair skin. Plus- I was lead to believe I was paying $49.95 for my order based on checkout price in my "cart" online as well as from the email confirmation I received, but when I called to cancel my membership I was advised that I will be billed 2 additional payments of $49.95. Seriously?! What a rip off! Don't get sucked in!
Allytta Allytta 7 years
don't you think tha fect that they didn't overly airbrush the before and after picture tell somethig about them?at least they are trying to be honest. nothing really works that well. nothing erases wrinkles. so those photos are quite reasonable.but you're right, not telling what the ingredients are is just whatever. my mum's skin is super sensitive and she only uses pharmacy brand cosmetic cause all the estee lauders and chanels ruined her skin. and i was tempted to buy this for her but am too afraid it'll end up irritating her skin.
Allytta Allytta 7 years
don't you think tha fect that they didn't overly airbrush the before and after picture tell somethig about them? at least they are trying to be honest. nothing really works that well. nothing erases wrinkles. so those photos are quite reasonable. but you're right, not telling what the ingredients are is just whatever. my mum's skin is super sensitive and she only uses pharmacy brand cosmetic cause all the estee lauders and chanels ruined her skin. and i was tempted to buy this for her but am too afraid it'll end up irritating her skin.
coco2 coco2 8 years
i'm a late comer, but anyway, just wanted to add a few things to this page for heidi klum, and her in an instant make up. i dont use it. but i made the mistake of ordering it for someone who did not live in the u.s. and of course, i didnt read the little extra print. i thought i was just gonna get what i order, get it to that person and be done with it. oh no. thats not how it worked. what happens is that they put you in a 'club' and send you more product every 3 months...and charge your card for that. and of course, that is what's happening to me. even though i dont need the stupid product. now, i went back to heidi's page where i order that stupid make up and guess what? no # for contact. i know i should have been more careful the first -- haha and even the second time, but who knew they were gonna throw you in a stupid 'club' so they can get your money every 3 months?? and now that I got my first bill, they finally have a phone #. But thats not it: the phone # is only a recorder, asking you to leave your # and that a customer rep will contact you as soon as possible. way to get your personal info without revealing themselves. that is such poor customer service! i know one thing for sure now: never order something for someone else for something I DONT need!
silvermoon76 silvermoon76 8 years
The only difference I could see in the first pic is that the person had plucked her eyebrows :P I'm getting a little sick of all the anti- aging skincare products coming out...
audreyxoxo audreyxoxo 8 years
i predict a new heidi klum fragrance coming out in the near future
bugsbrat bugsbrat 8 years
looks like grace kelly here!
bugsbrat bugsbrat 8 years
looks like grace kelly here!
dkarnitsky dkarnitsky 8 years
Oh, brother!!!!
dkarnitsky dkarnitsky 8 years
Oh, brother!!!!
robinesque robinesque 8 years
It's official: she IS full of herself & I , for one, am sick of her!
tyffi tyffi 8 years
Those before/after pictures... eh, they are identical! There's no difference at ALL! Maybe, photoshop the next time.I'll definitely pass on this, too!
tyffi tyffi 8 years
Those before/after pictures... eh, they are identical! There's no difference at ALL! Maybe, photoshop the next time. I'll definitely pass on this, too!
SoBourjois SoBourjois 8 years
Another celebrity skincare line...like Victoria Principal, Jane Seymour, Cindy Crawford....always $29.95 and then you're automatically enrolled in the skincare club...blah blah...and those before and after pics are not dramatic and some of the before pics looked better than the after...I'll pass on this too.
ALSW ALSW 8 years
Meh. I doubt that I'll check it out...
belladande belladande 8 years
She says she's 34. This stuff isn't working.
bailaoragaditana bailaoragaditana 8 years
I like her, but I doubt I'll be buying this stuff...
hottpink hottpink 8 years
I really didn't see any difference in the before and after pics. Not for me anyways...I have VERY VERY sensitive acne-prone skin.
Mädchen Mädchen 8 years
The new season of "Germany's Next Topmodel" also started a few weeks ago. Heidi Klum really is everywhere. :OY:
bellaressa bellaressa 8 years
I wonder how will it sell. There are other models who have skin care lines as well, such as Cindy Crawford (she endorses). I wonder how it will do in the long run.
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