Skincare Review, Ingredients: Avon Anew Clinical Pro Line Eraser Eye Treatment With A-F33 Amino-Fill
Any product with the word “eraser” in the product name intrigues me, and, being that I am already an Avon fan, I was very excited to try the Anew Clinical Pro Line Eraser Eye Treatment ($34.99) with Avon‘s exclusive A-F33 Amino-Fill.
I already knew a lot from their Anew Genics line, so was thrilled to find yet another affordable and much-needed product.
Yes, I have fine lines and crow’s feet, yet I am not ready to take the “filler” plunge just yet. Sometimes my eyes are super-sensitive to eye treatments as well, yet this product did not make them tear up at all. In alliance with the Neostrata Company, which is a global leader in topical anti-aging technologies, Avon developed this formulation that leverages the power of the Amino-Fill, A-F33.
The results from a 12-week, dermatologist supervised clinical study saw the following:
- 100% of women showed improvement in the look of the texture of crow’s feet and under eye areas.
- 94% showed improvement in the appearance of wrinkling of crow’s feet and the under eye area; clinically shown to improve the look of under eye area, crow’s feet and wrinkles by at least 36%.
I am very happy with the Avon products I have been using daily, and now even more delighted to add another to my stash!
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- Nicole Gordon Levine
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