My quest for inexpensive beauty finds has led me to Avon Anew Rejuvenate Night Revitalizing Cream which has a near perfect rating on Make Up Alley and a really huge fan base on the Avon website.
If the MUA’ers like it that has to account for some of it’s creditability wouldn’t you agree?
At $32 USD for a 1.7oz jar I doubt you’ll find a cheaper night cream option, jump ahead and more about Avon Anew Rejuvenate Night Revitalizing Cream.
Avon Anew Rejuvenate Night Revitalizing Cream Review is a lightweight gel-like cream that works while you sleep to rejuvenate sleep, hence the name eh?
The price can’t be beat as this not only renews and rejuvenates but also helps to visibly shrink pores and erase fine lines from the face. Gets better and better doesn’t it? The formula is a gel cream which absorbs easily into the skin with absolutely no effort, my dry skin seems to like it alot as it’s cooling and glides into my skin beautifully. It carries a fresh scent which is somewhat floral, almost rose-like, very pleasant.
I honestly can’t speak for reducing pores and fine lines but the moisturizer did work well at renewing my tired, dry skin so I woke up with soft, silky skin minus dry, flaky patches that are customary in the Winter for me. Normally I use Philosophy When Hope is Night Enough for my night cream but I quickly ditched it in place of Lush Skin Nanny for the anti-aging benefits. A few months ago I discovered Steamcream (review coming soon…) which became my night cream but honestly speaking Steamcream has absolutely no anti-aging benefits to speak of. Taking into consideration all of this I’ve decided to make Avon Anew Rejuvenate Night Revitalizing Cream my nightly cream until the jar is finished as I hope to report back soon that I see as many visible improvements as reviews have claimed on both MUA and the Avon site. So far I’m quite pleased that it works well with my dry skin and absorbs quickly, the benefits of anti-aging ingredients and promises of renewed skin are added bonuses.
All in all if you’re looking for a budget friendly night cream with quite a few bells and whistles I do think checking out Avon Anew Rejuvenate Night Revitalizing Cream could be worth checking into!
Have you tried this?
Willing to try an Avon night cream?
Tell the Muse!
Get more info or purchase by visiting shop.avon.com
Remember the M Lab Sample Pack Giveaway?
My pack came in the mail a few days ago (forget to post sorry)! Anyone get it yet?
It’s a total of 8 samples! Sweet!
- M LAB Anti Aging Blemish Control Cleanser
- M LAB Anti-Aging Cleanser
- M LAB Anti-Aging Blemish Control Treatment
- M LAB Anti-Aging Eye Cream
- M LAB Anti-Aging Treatment Cream
- M Lab Anti-Aging Toner
- M Lab Anti-Aging Treatment Serum
- M Lab Anti-Aging Day Treatment
Pretty nice stash of samples right? Hope everyone got a chance to snag one when I original posted about it.
Do tell me in the comment book if it arrived! Curious minds!
The Muse is always fascinated by tales of large pores! I honestly am. I have absolutely no problem in regards to large pores on my face and can’t begin to understand the problems and woes that come with large pores. Heck I already have plenty of problems without added drama of large pores.
Whenever I hear some of you discussing large pore problems I become instantly intrigued as I’m just curious how exactly one should go about covering large pores, treating them, etc…..It’s quite a mystery to me.
I recently ran across Avon Anew Rejuvenate Flash Facial and couldn’t help but think of the many conversations I’ve had on here with readers complaining about large pores….it seemed maybe, just maybe Avon Anew Rejuvenate Flash Facial might be the solution some of you craved?
Avon Anew Rejuvenate Flash Facial doesn’t come cheap at $48 USD (have no fear Avon always has awesome sales so I imagine sooner or later you’ll score a deal or two!) and I must say I was shocked as I didn’t know Avon carried products that were ranging above $20 bucks…whoa. Count me shocked and surprised. I’m somehow of the mentality that if it costs more that must surely mean it works. Dontcha sometimes get that vibe? Even I pay $118 for mascara it surely will work WAY better than the $8 one! Either I’m nuts or everyone has totally experienced that feeling before. Of course, when I heard Avon Anew Rejuvenate Flash Facial was $48 USD I was all about how it must be a miracle in a bottle!
What is it?
Avon Anew Rejuvenate Flash Facial is designed to visibly shrink pores while resurfacing skin to clarify and reveal fresher, renewed skin. Revitafresh Technology helps skin look more even and smoother. I have no idea what Revitafresh Technology is but it sounds important and it sounds like people with large pores need some of that stuff! The treatment does also offer relief for fine lines so if you’re running into the effects of aging this will be helpful as well.
As I mentioned I don’t have large pores but it sounds like this was something I could make use of simply because I suffer from dull skin. My skin somehow fails to have any glow left in it lately. This happens a few times a year in particular Winter and Summer when the heat and the cold take a toll on my skin and it loses moisture.
I’ve used this for over two weeks now and I must say my skin does look refreshed and healthy. Count the Muse impressed. I used this in conjunction with my current moisturizing so this took the place of my serum temporarily. It’s a very light, gel like formula that absorbs instantly into skin and feels slightly cooling on. They do promise instant results that are visible but I honestly seen no results until 11 days into use. Within 11 days I noticed that my skin was even and less dull and I also felt like it looked healthier if that makes sense. After I stopped using the product my skin ended up going back to being dull again so I’ve taken up using it again in place of my normal serum. From all the rave reviews on the site it appears to be a miracle cure for those with rosacea as well.
Who may want to try it?
- Anyone with redness or ruddy cheeks and face
- Those who want to diminish the appearance of large pores
- Anyone who wants to resurface their skin and wake up dull, uneven skin
I think it’s worth checking out as I did see pretty nice results!
Snag it and read the raves @ shop.avon.com
As per my original post about how I was cleaning up my washroom and coming across all sorts of cleansers, creams, potions, and lotions from various Asian brands.
Today I’ll be reviewing Kose Softymo Powder Wash Whitening Formula. Did I just hear a yay for whitening? The Muse is all about whitening agents although a majority of them don’t work so well but hey it’s worth a try!
Does Kose Softymo Powder Wash Whitening Formula really whiten?
We’ll see…jump ahead to hear the word!
Kose Softymo Powder Wash is a typical powder wash which comes in a fine powder formula that you add water to in order to develop a sudsy wash for whisking away dirt, oil, and other nasties from your face. It’s one of my favorite powder washes mainly because it’s dead cheap at around $3-$6 USD so really who can’t love that?
I also happen to love it because it’s particularly good at washing away makeup (not eye makeup obviously) without drying out my skin. It contains Aloe Vera which could account for why my skin feels quite nice and moist after use.
Supposedly it clears away dead skin cells while preventing dull skin and offering a “whiten”, “renewed” skin. Sorry, have to disappoint here, but I didn’t experience much in the way of renewal to be honest or whitening of any kind.
Honestly, it’s a great, inexpensive budget powder wash that works great at getting my face clean without investing a ton of cash plus no tightness or dryness after use but that’s about it. Don’t expect bells and whistles as there aren’t any here.
The one plus side of the whitening formula is it doesn’t retain the strange sour milk smell that a majority of Softymo Powder Washes are legendary for. This is an upside for me as I really get a tiny bit turned off by that stench of the other powder washes even though it goes away almost instantly.
All in all if you can find it cheap it’s well worth picking up especially if you like powder washes!
Ahh blessed relief from dry, cracked Winter skin! Lierac Hydrofilia Super Creme Corps is a rather fab moisturizer for those days when you’re skin is asking for a pick me up!
Lierac Hydrofilia Super Creme Corps is for very dry skin or for those with keratotic skin. Keratotic is a skin condition that causes small, acne-like bumps on the back, outer sides of the upper arms, thighs, and legs. I don’t have this condition however Lierac Hydrofilia is formulated for extra dry skin and that definitely fits the bill for this Muse.
This body cream is specially formulated for very dry skin types or those with keratotic skin. It’s a moisturizing gel formula with lipid replenishing complex for instant relief and moisture. It diminishes flakes and tightness on contact and works exceedingly well at making my rough elbows and knees feel soft and silky again!
It has quite a beautiful scent to it and the gel like formula absorbs into skin easily and effortlessly. I like that I don’t have to use a whole lot of product to get the moisture I need as a tiny drop goes a long way at healing my dry skin. As with all Lierac products I find the scent quite addicting as it’s a cross between fresh with hints of floral.
A 5oz tub is $36 USD and probably not the cheapest cream around however it does an amazing job at making my dry skin feel instant relief so I’ll definitely purchase again when I run out.
All in all another fab fine from Lierac!
You can snag yours at www.drugstore.com
Visit Lierac at www.lierac.us
Have you tried any of the Lierac Collection?
Do share as I’d love to hear your thoughts on the line!