Campaigns

Good afternoon everyone. Has it been a busy day for you? I know it has for me. I am still here as promised talking about the current Campaign which is Campaign 7 (March 6-12, 2019). In this campaign we are premiering the new skin care product Anew Ultimate Supreme Dual Elixir. It is the highlight of the campaign. It is on sale for $34.99 (reg $50). You use it twice a day. One side if a serum and the other is an oil.

The serum is made from Tahitian Black Pearl extract. properties of this extract are re-mineralization, mico-smoothing, exfoliation, UV protector (soft focus), and skin radiance (natural pigments). What is nice about this extract is it is bio degradable and free from toxicity in current knowledge in regards to cosmetic use.

The oil is a blend of camellia oil and argan oil. Camellia is plant seed based and from what tea can be made. It it is native to Australia and is extracted from the seeds. there are other varieties that come from China and Japan. It acts as a moisturizer, antioxidant, and anti-aging. Argan oil is made from the kernels of an argan tree. Notably found in Morocco. It isn’t too heavy or too light to use so it pairs well for all skin types. It has omega fatty acids, vitamin E, and linoleic acids all of which come together to lightly moisturize your skin, soften dry patches, and reduce acne. If you need to know in which part of your regime to use this, I would say after your toner and targeted treatment products. Depending on needs. To help you figure that out, a general idea would be: Makeup remover (night-time generally unless you work graves), cleanser (may I recommend Anew Hydra Fusion Cleansing Micellar Water, also great for oily skin since that is a struggle I have), exfoliator/toner, the dual elixir, and then a touch of sunscreen. Makeup after that and your setting spray for day wear. If you have an eye cream I would do that after the sunscreen.

There is also the new Anew hydra Fusion In-Shower Mask. Part of the recently launched hydration line of Anew products by Avon. It hydrates the skin and also defends it acting as an antioxidant from environmental stressors. Made from raspberries that protects the skin from free radicals. Use it in the morning. No rinsing (which I just love and I just use a cotton ball to use it). It’s non-greasy and oil free (also a plus for oily skinned folk), hypoallergenic, and dermatologist and allergy tested. The Cleansing water I mentioned lifts dirt and oil and makeup. Also a no rinse. Got to love the no-rinse. Makes less of a mess and my skin never feels over washed (I.e. dry). There is the Anew Hydra Fusion Nighttime Facial Treatment. It has shea butter to strengthen the skin and rose scent beads. It repairs and re-plumps the skin with hyraluronic acid which can contain 1,000x its weight in water! You can imagine what that does for the skin. Then we have the NEW SPF 50 Anew Hydra Fusion Daily Defense Broad Spectrum sunscreen. The sun is coming out more. At least here it is. I hope it does for everyone else. It’s lightweight and absorbs quickly. Goes on smooth. A nice touch since I have had little balls of sunscreen come out of other products I bought from a dollar store before. It worked but I don’t like the little clumps.

Right there is a pretty good facial product set up to help hydrate your face. Even for oily skin because we oily skinned folk need moisture too. All Anew Products are on sale. Check them out here.

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