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Skin Care Review: Avon Anew Clinical Deep Crease Concentrate

by Kathie, Scottsdale, AZ USA

No effect

Gel is supposed to "fill in" creases and wrinkles around the eyes, forehead, and mouth.

Gel takes a long time to absorb, even using one drop in each area.

The advertisement claims "deep expression lines will relax and fill with the first treatment." However, I don't see any difference in the lines around my eyes or mouth after using it for 3 weeks. It claims we only need to use "one drop" of serum; however the gel is very liquidy and it takes a while to absorb. I am 55 years old but have been told for many years that I look 10 years younger, so my lines and wrinkles, while definitely there, aren't as severe as some women might have. In my quest for a more youthful appearance, I will keep on searching.

This product does not deliver. Spend your money elsewhere.

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