As you may have figured out already, I am a skincare LOVER. No JUNKIE. I am all about finding the best ways to keep my skin looking young for as long as possible! Being a Brand Ambassador for Avon has afforded me many opportunities to see a company with a major Research and Development team come up with products that are not only on par with expensive department store brands but they are affordable too! I received a top secret lab sample over the summer of the ANEW Clinical Pro-Line Eraser Treatment and I LOVED it!
As I have gotten older, I prefer things that are a bit lighter in texture and that’s what I love the most about this product more than anything is how it feels on my skin. It’s not heavy BUT it acts like a product that is. It contains a patented A-F33 (Amino-Fill 33) dubbed the anti-aging breakthrough of the decade. A-F33 works a bit differently than potent anti-agers AHA, retinol, injectable collagen. In fact, one report [plastic surgery practice] has it giving results similar to a resurfacing laser. All I know is, the look of deep wrinkles begin to fade in just one week – which is flippin fanstastic for any price let alone less than $40.
- 100% of women showed visible improvement in fine wrinkles in 2 weeks.
- A-F33 also increases availability of PLOD-2, which leads to better cross-linked collagen fibers.
- Over time, 27% improvement in the appearance of fine and deep wrinkles.
- 50% improvement in overall fine lines and deeper wrinkles in 11 weeks.
- More effective than a “leading-dermatologist-inspired brand’s anti wrinkle serum.”
I absolutely love it and I have been using it for about 6 months so far. A-F33, which stands for Amino Fill 33, is a modified protein discovered by scientists in Princeton, and licensed to Avon. Anthony Gonzalez from Avon’s research and development department said the ingredient had the power to change the way women look after their skin.
Avon ANEW Clinical Pro-Line Eraser Treatment [39.99] is available online at avon.com
This post is sponsored by Avon – All opinions of TMG and its writers are their own