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Wrinkle Relief Experiment: Week 3

It’s the same time of the day.  Still, the days are a little shorter. I notice, that although I’m sitting in the same place, at the same time of day, there’s a little more light coming in my west-facing window. Although after one day, 98% of those asked “Which hand looks younger?” picked the correct one. One person picked one and said it looked “stronger.” Golldarnit.  (Reminder: on one hand I apply some of the magical wrinkle removing cream, twice a day.) I’m wearing the same clothes, so that color won’t skew the data. This week is the first week…

Wrinkle Relief Experiment: Week 1

Last week I outlined my experiment for a new facial cream that promises younger skin.  I’m trying it on one hand, morning and night (and on my face, too.)  Each week, I’ll report here with a new picture. I failed to outline in my original experiment one of my controls.  So in addition to taking the picture in the same place, with the same clothes, at the same time of day, I also daily apply hand cream to both hands.  That’s part of my daily routine.  If I stop that, I’ll be skewing the data.  He picked experimental hand (promising…

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