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ANEW Alternative Clearly C 10% Vitamin C Serum Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Filed under: Review — Phyllis Ida Concordia @ 8:32 pm

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ANEW Alternative Clearly C 10% Vitamin C Serum — I use this prior to moisturizing in the evening and I use it prior to applying AVON Personal Match Smooth Mineral make-up as well – as a primer. I have to say my skin is very even textured with this product. I have heard many people here in the forum say that with oily skin this product doesn’t work well. My skin is normal-dry (with only some periods of oiliness) and it works great for me. I recommend it to a variety of my customers who use Mineral make-up and they like it for that purpose as well. The product contains alcohol and it may tingle a bit when you first apply. The instructions for this product (according to the packaging) are as follows: “In the p.m., smooth gently over skin in an upward and outward motion, avoiding eye area.” Also, according to the packaging, it claims to instantly increase moisture by 300%. In two weeks skin’s clarity and tone are visibly improved. Also the packaging states: “Improves skin’s clarity and fights the signs of aging. Makes skin more resilient to environmental aggressors.”

Basically Vitamin C Serums and other such Products are intended to:

Protect with the antioxidant strength of vitamin C of at least 10%
Fight free radical attack – neutralize free radicals
Prevent future signs of aging
Renew elasticity and firmness
Stimulates collagen synthesis
Diminish the appearance of aging skin and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles

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