Eau Thermal Avene PhysioLift is an anti-aging and anti-wrinkling solution made of Ascofilline (brown algae), Hyaluronic acid mono-oligomers and Retinaldehyde. All these ingredients together smooth wrinkles, make skin firmer and more luminous.

During the time I used all the PhysioLift products, my skin looked terrible and I had dry patchy skin due to the fact that I was undergoing a liver cleanse with some pretty strong Chinese herbs. Needless to say, I was interested to see how my skin would react with these creams.

Although I didn’t see a significant difference in the circles underneath my eye from using the PhysioLift Eyes ($43), the skin on my face (and my neck) felt soft all day long from using the PhysioLift Day Soothing Cream ($53) in the morning and the PhysioLift Night – Soothing Regenerating Night Balm ($54) at night for a month. Just the fact that these creams could manage to make the skin feel soft at a time when my skin was in poor shape is a good indication that the PhysioLift creams contain ingredients that effectively moisturize.

As for the PhysioLift Precision Wrinkle Filler ($56) I used this on my forehead where I have worry lines. I didn’t see a significant change in the amount of worry lines, but my forehead feels incredible soft.  It might take a little longer for me to see some lines actually disappear.


About Laboratoires Pierre Fabre

Laboratoires Pierre Fabre is a French multinational pharmaceutical and cosmetics company Founded in 1962 by Pierre Fabre, a pharmacist developed beauty products from natural ingredients. The company is not only focused on research and manufacturing cosmetics but also prescription medicines and family health products but developed vinorelbine (Navelbine), an anticancer drug.  The Pierre Fabre Foundation whose mission is to help third-world countries to obtain quality drugs and learn how to develop them locally.



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