Last year, the big anti-aging story was all about re-activating our youth cells. Apparently, scientists have discovered a way to jumpstart youth by re-energizing some cells with a special ingredient. I don't know if there was any truth to it but I do know that most of the anti-aging products that came out in 2012 had that magic formula.
This year, Avon might just be headlining another new development in the anti-aging race. It appears that the new Anew Clinical Pro Line Corrector with A-F33 presents a different approach to anti-aging inspired by Nobel Prize-winning research. It promises to fade wrinkles in seven days by intercepting collagen-blockers.
Our bodies naturally produce less collagen as we grow older, resulting in sagging skin and wrinkles. Aminofill-33 (A-F33) is supposed to keep collagen production going, with a clinical study showing 100% improvement in fine wrinkles after 2 weeks, and 33% improvement in deep wrinkles after 11 weeks.
Aw, I don't know. I'm not one to fall for hype, especially if most of it seems to be seeded to the top online publications (like Cosmo, DailyMail, Huffpost) via press release. However, if you're looking for a new anti-aging serum to try then it wouldn't hurt to check out this new Avon sorcery. Its P1,999, still cheaper than most heavy-duty serums, and at the very least you'll get an ultra-light moisturizer in the deal.
Avon is pretty confident about their new serum so they're offering a 28-day trial kit to 3,000 women. You can sign-up here and see for yourself! Then, tell me all about it, okay?
The Avon Anew Clinical Pro Line Corrector with A-F33 wil be available from your Avon Representatives starting March 1.