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I think most, if not all of us have heard of Avon. I used to get lip glosses from a friend that was a rep, and always had fun looking through Avon catalogs. I had no clue what a huge variety of items they have now, from their mark line, to Skin So Soft, to Anew.
Now that I’m thirty, I have started thinking about taking care of my skin so I can age gracefully (I didn’t get to do that as a teenager – hello, acne! – so I think I will try to do it as an adult). I got the chance to try some of the Anew Ultimate products, and was eager to see if I’d be able to notice a difference in my skin.
I’ve been using it for several weeks now, and I am really pleased with the results. I’ve been using the Day Cream (with SPF 25) and Night Cream, along with the Total Body Age Defy Cream. Since I have oily skin, I just use the day cream every other day, but I use the night cream and body cream daily.
Aside from the age repair aspect, I almost immediately noticed that it made a big difference in the dryness of my skin. Despite having oily skin, I do tend to get dry patches both on my face and arms during the winter. These creams have knocked that out, and my skin feels pampered as a result. I don’t really have wrinkles yet, aside from a few “laugh lines” at my eyes, but I can tell a difference in skin quality and feel like using the cream is a good preventative method with wrinkles. I plan to keep using the creams so that my skin stays hydrated and healthy. That in itself is good for age repair, aside from the exclusive pro-sirtuin technology, which is formulated to help boost Sirtuin youth proteins at the gene level to help strengthen skin structure and radically improve the look of your body contours.
Note: I received an Anew Ultimate Kit to facilitate my review. All opinions are honest and are my own. I was not compensated monetarily for this post.