• Fredda Jones- Before NeriumAD Photos

    Well, the time has come for me to post those awful photos that I promised, but first I want to look at the whole picture, so to speak.

    Dad, Mom, David, Me

    Dad, Mom, David, Me

    For the most part, I don’t come from a family that wrinkles badly. My parents are in their mid 80s, and while Dad does have one family line that wrinkles, for the most part the Davis family does not struggle with that problem. Mom’s Native American heritage seems to hold off wrinkles for her as well. David is 50, and I’ve yet to notice a problem on him and at nearly 60, I don’t have a hang up about wrinkles either.

    Sooo….from a distance, I do okay for a rapidly aging woman.

    Fredda and Gavin

    Fredda and Gavin

    HOWEVER, on closer look….Mom, Dad, and I all have a struggle around our eye area…so bad that when I look in the mirror, I don’t see anything else.


    The under eye area leaps at me every time I look at myself. Couple that with my Native American bone structure (which already gives my eyes a sunken appearance) and I can’t shake the tired look that is determined to show in that area. Obviously, my hope is that NeriumAD has some help for me there.

    Fredda's forehead

    Fredda’s forehead

    I also struggle with pigmentation, and these next few photos will show that. I was a sun worshipper until I was 29, but strangely enough, dermatologists tell me that I really have no big sun damage, instead blaming my badly working adrenal glands for the problem.  Regardless of the cause, I will be watching to see if NeriumAD helps with fading these spots.


    I did this close up so you can see that I don’t have a lot of crow’s feet to battle (although I can definitely see the beginnings), but the pigmentation around the eye looks horrible. You can also see that with my craggy Indian brow, the least little problem around my eyes will show immediately. Since they seem to match, I’m not going to add the other eye photo here.


    On first glance, my neck doesn’t look too bad…


    …But when I stretched (or whatever I did)  to take this photo, I can see that I apparently have a line, at least at times. You will also notice the excessive pigmentation and some wrinkles on my chest. I had not thought of applying to this area until I saw this photo.

    And….these are the areas we will be monitoring over the next few weeks and months.  I’m hoping to see the dramatic results that you can see below on Chris Hall’s crow’s feet. Chris is from Coleman, Texas, and a “real” person as opposed to someone that I’ve never met in a promo photo. He has been using NeriumAD for four months, and the results are pretty darned impressive!





    If you are interested in trying the product, shoot me an email at fredda@texansunited.com.

    Or you can sign up by clicking on either of the photos below!





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    About Fredda Jones

    Fredda Davis Jones was raised “in the country” in Comanche County and learned very early that creativity and innovation are traits that can flourish even in small-town Texas and that with enough effort, indeed nothing is impossible, including being married to the same man for over 40 years! Rickey and Fredda have 2 children, 5 grandchildren, and a crazy life that includes sitting in the bleachers several times a week. The rest of her time is spent creating great content for texansunited.com and marketing small-town Texas.
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    One Response to Fredda Jones- Before NeriumAD Photos

    1. Niki Melot says:

      Fredda, You’ve been beautiful since we were little girls, and you still are! So as we ARE aging, I am interested in the product and how you will be using it. I’m noticing the same thing. Not bad, but It’s time to start something. Thanks, Niki

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