First let me say I HATE that it comes in a jar...yuck! I was torn between giving this 2 or 3 lippies, wish I could have given 2 1/2. I just finished the jar and I'm happy to begin trying something new. The under eye cream is defiantly moisturizing but the upper eye gel does absolutely nothing to LIFT. Maybe I'm looking for a miracle, I'm 47 and my upper eyelids are a bit droopy. Botox has helped in the past, but I can't afford to keep it up more than once a year. I don't know how they can advertise this as an "eye lift" when it doesn't lift even the slightest. Perhaps if I could only purchase the under eye cream if it came in a pump I would buy again as it does moisturize nicely. Avon Anew products are expensive for Avon, but you can get dirt cheap on eBay. I paid $8.00
Eye Makeup Remover -Dermalogica - Soothing Eye Makeup Remover
jennbrook 7/24/2010 5:39:00 PM
I really wish I loved this, but it just doesn't remove all my mascara. I do love how gentle it is, I wear contacts and this doesn't bother my eyes at all. I love the way it feels and gently glides on my skin. I bought it super cheap on eBay, I'll keep using it but I'm still searching for a gentle eye makeup remover that will remove all my mascara. I hate thinking I got it all off and then wake up in the morning to find a clump of black goo in the inside corner of my eyes.
I've been using this for about a month and have to say I'm quite happy. I'm 47 and when I look at women my age who are really really tan, to me it makes them look older, this just gives me the perfect amount of a natural looking light tan. I bought the one for fair to medium skin tones as I'm blonde with fair/medium skin and pink undertones. It doesn't go on greasy at all and it absorbs nicely. The little color it does give me looks natural like I've gotten a little sun. I love that it's spf 20 but doesn't really smell too much like sunscreen or other self-tanners, I mean it does have a hint, but doesn't linger. The price is right, so unless I find something better I will purchase again.
Treatments (Eye) -Avon - Anew Clinical Crow's Feet Corrector
jennbrook 6/28/2010 10:44:00 PM
The applicator is very difficult to use, you squeeze and squeeze and nothing comes out then it comes out in a big glob. There isn't enough product in there and it seems like a tube filled with air. Then you are suppose to massage it in with the applicator, I use my fingers instead, the applicator is too rigid. It sells for $29 but I got it for $7.99 on ebay I won't buy again.