13 November 2013

Avon | Haul

Whenever I flick through an Avon brochure, I usually end up not ordering anything, but last week I was looking online for gift sets and ended up also ordering a few things for myself! I have high hopes for everything I purchased, and if they live up to my expectations, or more importantly, exceed them, then I can see myself continuing to place more orders with Avon as they have a lot of well-priced items! I love the fact that since 1989, Avon does not conduct animal testing.

Advance Techniques 360 Nourishment Moroccan Argan Oil Shampoo, £2.80 £1.40/250ml &
Advance Techniques 360 Nourishment Moroccan Argan Oil Conditioner, £2.80 £1.40/250ml
Suitable for all hair types. I was drawn to these products due to the element of Moroccan Argan Oil which has become increasingly popular in the world of beauty. Vitamin E is another key ingredient in these products. The shampoo promises to leave hair feeling smoother, stronger, more manageable and instantly de-tangle hair. The conditioner promises to lock in moisture, leave hair smooth and sleek, eliminate flyaway hairs and help create soft, frizz-free hair. My main problem at the moment is frizzy hair so I'm hoping these products will help fight the frizz!

Anew Clinical Eye Lift PRO Dual Eye System, £19.50 £13/20ml
This well-publicised, award-winning product was my main purchase in this order. I'm beginning to notice fine lines around my eye area and I feel it's time I started paying more attention to this delicate area. This is a 2-in-1 eye product; the gel is applied to the eyelid and brow bone area; the cream is applied to the under eye area and upper cheekbone. The tightening gel contains injectable-grade arginine (an α-amino acid) to help boost elastin and help lift sagging skin. The rich cream contains Derma-Refine Technology to help reduce hollowness and discolourations.
I have extremely high hopes for this product and will aim to post a review on it after frequent use.

ANew Clinical Pro Line Corrector Treatment, £30/30ml £FREE/5ml
This product came free with the purchase of the above Anew product. This is a 5ml two week trial.
Probably not a product I would have thought of buying yet as I don't feel I have a great need for it right now.
This gel lotion formulation with patented+ A-F33 promises to fight wrinkles and fine lines fast. This product targets wrinkles on cheeks, forehead and around the mouth area. This should be applied every morning and night by smoothing over the face and neck.

Advance Techniques Daily Shine Dry Ends Serum, £5.50 £2.15/30ml
The ends of my hair have been really dry and aren't in great condition at the moment. I am in need of a haircut which I will do soon, but I thought I'd try this out in the meantime. This serum promises to provide up to 100% shinier hair, leave hair looking healthy and help smooth dry, damaged hair. This can be applied to wet or dry hair. I'm hoping this will also help fight the frizz! I like that this is in a glass bottle as it makes it feel a bit more special.
(currently out of stock/available soon)

 Advance Techniques Strengthen & Protect Shampoo, £2.80 £1.40/250ml &
Advance Techniques Strengthen & Protect Conditioner, £2.80 £1.40/250ml
For all hair types. I didn't buy these for any particular reason, just to stock up on some more shampoo and conditioner. These products contain arginine, keratin and bamboo extract. The shampoo cleanses without stripping the hair and the conditioner leaves hair de-tangled and feeling stronger.

I can't wait to try out all my new purchases!
Please let me know if you've tried any of the above products and what your thoughts on them are.
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