Win a Replederm Skin Care Set worth $219!

Win a Replederm Skin Care Set worth $219!

I’m back with day 2 of my epic Christmas Gift Giveaway and today you have a chance to win a Replederm Skin Care Set worth $219!

I’m approaching my 38th birthday this month (argh, how did that happen?) and one thing I’ve been really focussing on recently is improving my skin.

Over the last few years I’ve noticed a few more fine lines appearing and the effects of chemo after my Breast Cancer diagnosis earlier this year certainly didn’t help either. Sometimes I definitely wish I could turn back the clock and do things differently. Like use eye cream!

So I was so happy to be sent the 3-step Anti-Ageing Skin Care Set from Replederm to try out.

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Replederm says that this ‘age deying’ trio of products helps to ‘put back what life takes out’ – something I really need – how about you?

The products soothe, correct and replenish to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, evening out skin tone and making your skin look and feel smoother, tigher and more vibrant. The unique Australian formula combines bioactive botanical extracts and powerful age-defying nutrients proven to counteract free radical damage. It targets all signs of skin ageing and even protects you against future damage.

You can find out more about the Anti-ageing Replederm Skin Care Set here.

My skin was looking so dull after chemo, like the life had literally been zapped out of it. In fact I look back on photographs from the time and just do not see myself.

So I’ve been spending some time recently on taking more care of my skin and trying to make me look on the outside as good as I now feel on the inside!

This would make such a beautiful gift for your wife, mum, sister or best friend – or you might want to try it out just for yourself – who says we can’t give ourselves a Christmas gift!

To be eligible to win, simply complete the Rafflecopter, visit my Facebook Page and then comment below with what age you would go back to if you could turn back the clock and why!

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And the winner is…Rachel – I loved her story about the handmade card her Grandma had created for her and how she still has it!

Well done and thank you so much to all who entered – there were so many wonderful answers.

Terms and Conditions

  1. Giveaway open to Australian residents only.
  2. Closes on Nov 16th 2016.
  3. Winner will be announced here after Nov 17th 2016 and contacted by email. If the winner does not claim their prize by return email by December 17th, another winner will be chosen instead.

Good luck!

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Disclosure: I was kindly sent a trial Replederm Skin Care Set to trial in exchange for my honest review.



  1. Karla Oleinikoff
    16th November 2016 / 11:57 pm

    18, and tell myself to moisturise and drink HEAPS of water to keep my skin young.

  2. Abby Lee
    16th November 2016 / 11:37 pm

    8 years old as I had no stresses and everything was fun!

  3. Jo Miller
    16th November 2016 / 10:03 pm

    None, for every failure and faux pas I am who I am, not perfect but I simply wouldn’t change a thing

  4. Alex
    16th November 2016 / 10:02 pm

    I’d go back to 25 because I broke someone’s heart when I should have known better. The upshot was that everything turned out ok but it should still never have happened.

  5. Dianne
    16th November 2016 / 8:45 pm

    I’d go back to last night and get to bed at a decent hour, maybe then the Replederm wouldn’t have to work so hard (lol)!

  6. Dianne
    16th November 2016 / 8:43 pm

    Do you think it would work on more than just my skin (lol)?

  7. Monica S.
    16th November 2016 / 7:59 pm

    17…just one bad decision and my life took a turn i didnt anticipate! But i would never change my life as it has made me strong in mind, body and soul!

  8. wendy D
    16th November 2016 / 7:16 pm

    18 – I found my My first boyfriend and started my career. I was enjoying life going to NIGHTCLUBS, I had an amazing body and sexy clothes. No flaws on my face … I wish I could be like that now.

  9. Renee Ballantyne
    16th November 2016 / 6:37 pm

    I am happy at the age I am now, 37 as I have the knowledge I didn’t when I was younger

  10. Vija
    16th November 2016 / 5:33 pm

    I would go back to 19. I took the wrong fork in the road.

  11. Belle
    16th November 2016 / 4:07 pm

    I’d go back to an age when Young Talent Time was still a thing so I could try out for the show. I LOVED that show.

  12. Lesleigh S
    16th November 2016 / 3:28 pm

    18. Young and silly but old enough to have a good time

  13. Yvonne Giakoumis
    16th November 2016 / 1:53 pm

    I want to be 5 so that it’s socially acceptable for me to climb a tree in a dress.

  14. Eva Kiraly
    16th November 2016 / 11:43 am

    I’d go back to 20 and take better care of my skin, start earlier with my daily moisturising!

  15. cassidy robson
    16th November 2016 / 9:29 am

    It’s a catch 22 I’d love my pre babies body of my early twenties but with the knowledge and life skills I have now. I guess I’ll have to save up for some super good plastic surgery and get both. ; )

  16. madelaine marko
    15th November 2016 / 11:18 pm

    18 I wouldn’t say a couple of things and would have gotten the job I dreamed of!

  17. Kelly Ryan
    15th November 2016 / 5:27 pm

    17, I’d make a few different choices just to change things for the better a little!

  18. Tara White
    15th November 2016 / 1:39 pm

    I believe that the past is the past for a reason, we learn from mistakes, take chances and love unconditionally. If I truly had to choose a time to go back to, it would be holding my babies again for the first time. It is a moment I will forever remember, and will forever be in my heart.

  19. Andreea Nicolescu
    15th November 2016 / 12:43 pm

    As much as I would love to go back, I would not want to give up what I know and what Ive learned from experiencing a few things along the way, at 39 I think I am the happiest, healthiest, and confident that ive ever been, however I would just love to stay this age please

  20. Tracy
    15th November 2016 / 9:05 am

    Age 22. Mum was still okay and life was good!

  21. Becky Downey
    14th November 2016 / 11:09 pm

    A trip back to 29 would be fun. I got married!

  22. Tamara Lamb
    14th November 2016 / 9:32 pm

    5. Not a care in the world and I could eat as much chocolate as possible without looking to the scales for a kick in the butt!

  23. Kate Dvornik
    14th November 2016 / 11:35 am

    I would go back and never have smoked…I quit 2.5yrs ago and never looked back! I’m 35yrs now…I didn’t realise the effect it had on my skin till I stopped!

  24. Leanne white
    14th November 2016 / 9:38 am

    I’m 46 in 3 weeks and loving life, mortgage just about paid for at long last and happy marriage. Not sure I want to turn back time for anything or anyone!

  25. Sue B
    13th November 2016 / 10:39 pm

    Early 30’s.
    My kids were happy full of joy.
    Their smiles and laughter came simply and easily….from pets & toys.
    I’d turn back the clock to this time,
    To when little kids laughter mingled with mine.

  26. Elisabeth Martins
    13th November 2016 / 5:59 pm

    I would go back to 25 because it’s not too young where was I was irresponsible and not too old!
    20’s are the highlight of my years,
    not a worry in the world,
    and no ticking clock.

  27. Jenny Watson
    13th November 2016 / 5:37 pm

    32, give myself the confidence I have now and become a mother.

  28. Ashley Beech
    13th November 2016 / 2:12 pm

    You know I wonder this sometimes,
    but we’ve all heard of the Butterfly Effect
    so I’ll just be happy with where I am
    to avoid making the past any worse!

  29. Louise T
    12th November 2016 / 8:15 pm

    29 is my number. Old enough to be well travelled, yet young enough to embrace new experiences.

  30. Rosemarie De Bari
    12th November 2016 / 5:21 pm

    17 – to shake some sense into myself and really love my tight little teenaged bikini body! I want to weep when I think back to how fat I thought I was.

  31. Emmi K
    12th November 2016 / 4:06 pm

    If I could go back to my 20s, I would have exercised more to stay fit. It is better to stay fit than to try to regain it when you are older.

  32. Sonia Chang
    12th November 2016 / 3:13 am

    Life is full surprised. I love science but my parents are very restricted. If I could turn back the clock when I was 12 years old ,I would against my parents ideas to study computer science. I have several academy universities degrees but I found that I made wrong choices. As a mum with two autistic children , my professional knowledge provides confidence and medical benefits for my family. Do I need a time machine? Only the universe or GOD has answer for that.

  33. Vanda B
    12th November 2016 / 12:05 am

    I’d go back to 30. I looked very young and fit back then but had enough wisdom to deal with life and all it’s challenges.

  34. Aunty Party (Christine)
    11th November 2016 / 9:14 pm

    I would turn back the clock to when I first met my partner so that I would have met his beautiful elderly Mum and his sister in England four years ago instead of this year.

    Better late than never for my first trip to England.

  35. M Cowan
    11th November 2016 / 5:09 pm

    21 when I could do what I wanted!

  36. Jackie
    11th November 2016 / 1:39 pm

    I’d like to go back to my late teens when my husband and I were dating. I love my life and family now, but life was so carefree then.

  37. Jessica Ashbrooke
    11th November 2016 / 12:39 pm

    18 I’d go change a few bad descisions

  38. Joanna H
    11th November 2016 / 6:53 am

    I wouldn’t want to turn back the clock… it just means I’d have to make all those tough life decisions again! Yes now I have laugh lines and my hands are not as smooth as they were at 18 but to me that just means I’m living life :)

  39. shelbyward
    10th November 2016 / 11:29 pm

    21 – That is the age that I really felt I found myself, leaving behind some of the ghastly high school years. My skin also was great at this age – glowing!

  40. Lynnette Bull
    10th November 2016 / 7:06 pm

    I would go back to primary school age. That age doesn’t have a care in the world, doesn’t know what stress is. The endless energy for playing is the perfect workout in itself. You clothes appear magically in your wardrobe all clean and dry. A personal chaffeur. And you even think school is fun.

  41. Sacha Pech
    10th November 2016 / 11:05 am

    25…it was BC (before children) and the expenses and worries that go along with it. My skin was youthful and I had the disposable income to look after myself.

  42. Chrissy Roberts
    9th November 2016 / 11:34 pm

    27. Felt wonderful and looked good too. No excess weight and I had boundless energy. I would love to go back to this age.

  43. Peta B
    9th November 2016 / 3:00 pm

    I would have reminded myself not to get caught up worrying about the small stuff! Don’t worry if my dress was the wrong colour, my braces made me ugly or my body wasn’t the right shape, I cringe back now

  44. 9th November 2016 / 10:12 am

    OMG. 16. I’d go back and tell myself that I wasn’t fat, to spend more time with my mum and grandmother and to stop caring about what others thought. And to do my bloody homework. And to never, ever take up smoking!

  45. ashna
    8th November 2016 / 7:57 pm

    28 so I could relive the year I got married.

  46. Hannah
    8th November 2016 / 6:50 pm

    25 because I was young, carefree and the world was my oyster!

  47. Kathleen
    8th November 2016 / 5:28 pm

    To me, it’s a no-brainer. I’d love to be 20 again and make the same dimwitted blunders I made then. I would trade in wisdom and caution for naiveté and impulsiveness any day.

  48. 8th November 2016 / 3:00 pm

    Sadly as much as I would like to ignore it my skin is starting to giveaway my age! This sounds like just what I need to refresh it. xoxo

  49. Gayle Vos
    8th November 2016 / 2:50 pm

    I’d go back to 24 as I was single and should have traveled more before I settled down, although traveling at 57 is great too.

  50. Monique Dive
    8th November 2016 / 9:13 am

    I want to be 10 again. No strings attached. Books, friends .. They were the only concern and i want that back. Somewhere between crying out loud purposely to get attention and crying silently at nights , we just grew up. Life was simpler back then.

  51. Jill-Anne
    8th November 2016 / 8:40 am

    Post pimply times with a smooth skin and a salary with which I could afford quality cleansers, moisturisers and make-up.

  52. Mich F
    8th November 2016 / 8:26 am

    I would go back to being a young Mum and tell myself it is normal to have a bad day every now and then

    7th November 2016 / 8:20 pm

    I’m 64 and old age is knocking at my door…
    However, I’m happy with where I am…
    Wisdom (plus wrinkles) comes with age..

  54. Samantha Allen-Stephens
    7th November 2016 / 2:38 pm

    At 28 and 100% happy with everything in my life, I don’t want to turn back the clock!

  55. Belinda Moxey
    7th November 2016 / 2:25 pm

    I would go back to when I was 6 because I can remember some pretty horrible things I did after that and I’d like to take them all back

  56. Vicky
    7th November 2016 / 12:12 pm

    If I could be any age again
    I’d want to go back to when I was 10
    Life was so fun there was so much to do
    When you’re biggest concern was busting for the loo
    There were milestones I wouldn’t have wanted to miss
    Like riding my first horse and getting my first kiss
    Finishing up my last year of primary school
    Dancing at discos and the end of year ball
    Yes if I could go back to when I was 10
    I’d do it the same all over again

  57. Tess Howard
    6th November 2016 / 11:24 am

    I’d go back to about 24. I’d make some different choices and be more confident in myself. Really I think we should reverse age to match our maturity mentally. Now that would be nice!!

  58. Sharon Markwell
    6th November 2016 / 9:15 am

    I was not the best behaved teenager and caused Mum & Dad a lot of grey hairs, so I’d return to 13 and respect them.

  59. 5th November 2016 / 11:04 pm

    I actually don’t want to turn back time – right now is pretty much my favourite time in my life and I feel so lucky for everything I have. I would like to slow time (and the wrinkles!) down a bit though!!

  60. Kristy F
    5th November 2016 / 9:10 pm

    21 so I could go back to my 21st party and make sure that the person handling the video camera actually hit record.

  61. Michelle
    5th November 2016 / 7:42 pm

    I like my current age

  62. Kasey Evans
    5th November 2016 / 6:28 pm

    Age 22 before kids I had a great body & was so comfortable in my own skin.

  63. Rachel K
    5th November 2016 / 2:40 am

    15 because when I was this age my Grandmother gave me a handmade card. At the time I hated it – it was made from a piece of A4 paper folded in four, then some dried flowers stuck to the front and cover in Contact plastic adhesive covering. It must have been the first time she had used Contact because it was creased and poorly done. Now this is a special gift I still have in my possession and is the most treasured memory I own from my Grandmother and I’d love to tell her so.

  64. Elly
    4th November 2016 / 5:15 pm

    I would go back to when I was in year seven and my grandfather was alive. I would spend more quality time with him.

  65. Lisa
    4th November 2016 / 8:19 am

    I think I’d go back and tell my puberty ridden 13 year old self to lift my chin up… it’s all going to work out just fine.

  66. Xzavia green
    3rd November 2016 / 9:04 pm

    15! I would drink more water, use sunscreen more and have a better skin care routine for sure.
    I wish i knew then what i know now.

  67. Anthea Cornish
    3rd November 2016 / 8:28 pm

    mid 20s when i met my husband. A great time for travelling and living life to the full before babies came along.

  68. Jane Gardam
    3rd November 2016 / 7:40 pm

    Definitely a young teenager about 13 onwards, sunbaking my self silly with no sunscreen and lots of oil, I would be slopping and slapping that sunscreen all over and supergluing a hat on my head. I think this time in my life has done a lot of damage to my skin and now turning 50 the signs are quite visible unfortunately. Ahh but to be young and wise… I don’t think so. …..What is that song …If I could turn back time to the good old days………

  69. Laura Power
    3rd November 2016 / 3:54 pm

    21 When I was traveling Europe I would just do, see and eat more !

  70. Charl
    3rd November 2016 / 1:53 pm

    18 for sure! The fun and carefree days, life was easier and friends were always around :)

  71. Sarah Phillips
    3rd November 2016 / 1:17 am

    I wish I could go back to when my oldest was a toddler and my youngest was a newborn. I was so stressed out all the time over nothing so I wish I could go back and enjoy that time again.

  72. Alyce Walpole
    3rd November 2016 / 12:29 am

    8 years old, not a care in the world, loving life and still small enough to sleep lying down on the airplane seats!

  73. Tracy Wedding
    2nd November 2016 / 9:33 pm

    17 so I could tell my ex that his mates were lying to him not me

  74. Karen Mashford
    2nd November 2016 / 8:28 pm

    Age 8 when my rare syndrome started to show and I’d get my parents to keep at the Doctors to realise it’s not just growing pains.

  75. Amanda
    2nd November 2016 / 4:59 pm

    I would return to my early 20’s taking the knowledge of health and skincare I now all too well now… would save me a mint and ALOT of grief!

  76. Karina Lee
    2nd November 2016 / 4:44 pm

    25. Out of uni and working for a few years, moved out of home, single, free, full of parties and travelling! Life was soooo much fun!

  77. Cheryl Moulton
    2nd November 2016 / 4:38 pm

    I would go back to the age that I married, 23, and I would not give up the RAAF simply because my (ex) husband wanted me to.

  78. Claudia
    2nd November 2016 / 4:33 pm

    I would go back to my late teens and do a lot of things very differently.

  79. ange
    2nd November 2016 / 4:22 pm

    At the begging of uni, so I can relive all the fun

  80. Samara McRae
    2nd November 2016 / 3:18 pm

    Probably my teen years. Not a care in the world! I would also track down my fiancè so that we would have had many more years together.

  81. Annelies
    2nd November 2016 / 2:26 pm

    I would turn back the clock to my early 20’s. I’d finally gotten rid of acne and my face was so full. I had no wrinkles and grey hair! I would have had kids earlier, I would have bought a house sooner, and I would have bought a different house!

  82. Nicole kent
    2nd November 2016 / 2:10 pm

    It would be my mid 20’s when I met my husband. Id make sure we’d take lots of overseas trips, sleep in til midday and dine at the best restaurants. Experience all of these things before our 3 little ones come along and make amazing memories in the meantime!

  83. sarahMary
    2nd November 2016 / 1:48 pm

    16. I didn’t realize it at the time, but it was the best age of my life. I was worry free. I spent my time with my friends, could keep my whole pay packet as I didn’t have bills to pay… things were simple.

  84. Jody Smith
    2nd November 2016 / 1:09 pm

    Mid 30s. Nice easy lifestyle. Worry free, travelling, meeting new people.

  85. Maree Wood
    2nd November 2016 / 11:29 am

    To be honest I wouldn’t..
    I met & married my hubby when I was 15yo, within a year we were married & had our 1st baby on the way.. we were blessed with 3 more beautiful babies over the next 13 years.. Our four children, have all surpassed anything we could have imagined for them! One graduates with his medical degree in Dec 2016, another is at University studying Bachelor of Nursing, another is at University studying Bachelor of Health Science Degree in Naturopathy and last but by any means least is our 13yo has overcame her Anxiety Disorder & is now part of the Gympie Music school of Excellence!!
    We recently celebrated our 29th wedding Anniversary, believe me it was no easy road we had our share of up & plenty of downs, for the last 8 years my husband has had one health issue after another, Re-occurring Massive Pulmonary Embolisms, Diverticulitis, Chronic pain Syndrome /Neuropathic pain – Fractured scapula & neck of humerus, Left heart strain & Aorta stretching & of course due to to all of this Depression, every year they find something else wrong with him, he is only 48..
    Yes life isn’t easy.. Would I go back & change something? No I have an amazing husband & 4 equally amazing children, I’m very blessed..

    • Lynnette Bull
      10th November 2016 / 7:08 pm

      You and your family sound like amazing, well deserving people. Congratulations on your recent anniversary and I hope your partners health improves.

  86. blake h
    2nd November 2016 / 11:27 am

    Turn back the clock to 18,
    best age, my skin clean!
    No wrinkles, hair so thick
    if only, whats the trick :)

  87. Fiona Charlton
    2nd November 2016 / 10:54 am

    30 was good – fun times before kids! lol

  88. Jade O
    2nd November 2016 / 9:03 am

    18, my biggest regret is putting family first and not pursuing my dream career in advertising. I still love my life and wouldn’t change a thing but now that I’ve hit my 30’s at times I sit back and wonder what could have been.

  89. Paula Harris
    2nd November 2016 / 8:38 am

    I’m the happiest I’ve ever been right now at 46, so instead of turning back the clock, I’d probably like to freeze time (and maybe freeze the fine lines and wrinkly bits so they don’t get any worse hehe)

  90. May
    2nd November 2016 / 7:44 am

    Take me back to when I was 22, living in Korea where there was so much to do. I want to go back and learn how to apply make up to this Asian face. To give it some help, to give it some grace. Back to 22, I could learn more Korean, so I could teach my son now instead of not having a clue in. Back to 22 when I met my husband. I’d more freely say “yes” to the adventures with our friends. But even though I’m no longer 22, I am thankful for the memories from then and hope that My skin can be tricked into thinking it’s younger too.

  91. adrienne harries
    2nd November 2016 / 7:32 am

    I loved 32 it was when I was at my best
    Still young, but more confident that the rest
    32 was a great time in my life
    knew better so kept out of strife

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