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Homepage: http://israelbigmarket.com/hydrolyze-cream/
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Bio: You have read my other reviews you know that I love and prefer Avon Anew's line of anti-aging products over most any brand and would recommend them Hydrolyze Cream to ANYONE. You can actually SEE results from their eye cream! However....last year I had a horrible allergic reaction to a MAC powdered foundation. At that point, my skin went ballistic and I had to stop wearing any faceeye products that were 'anti-aging' because they just made my skin sting and itch. This included my BELOVED, beloved Avon Anew eye cream and face creams! I had to completely stop wearing any moisturizers on my faceneck, that weren't just BASIC. (I still love and recommend the Anew products over Estee, Lancome, etc.Several months ago I braved a MAC eye cream that was JUST a moisturizer; it was ok, but I want more than just moisture. I'm getting to that age where I want to know what I put on my eyes is doing more than just moisturizing, I want it to earn its keep! The MAC product didn't sting me, but it didn't DO ANYTHING. I was stuck using this (my eye area is dry) because anything else just stung me. When the Hydroxatone came up in VINE, I had to sit and think about it for awhile; I figured that it would probably sting and burn since my skin is so reactive now after that horrible allergic incident. But, I decided to try it anyway. http://israelbigmarket.com/hydrolyze-cream/

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