Athena 7 Minute Lift Preferred Over Botox - Adonia Organics

Athena 7 Minute Lift Preferred Over Botox

For some time now, celebrities, A-listers, beauty enthusiasts and customers have come to know and rely on Athena 7 Minute Lift for breathtaking results. But how well does the often touted “Botox in a jar” square up with actual Botox? Beauty journalist Rachel Varina from the Financial Diet put both to the test in her recent article “I Tried ‘Boxed Botox’ & The Real Thing — Here’s My Honest Review (+ Before / After Pics!).

While Botox certainly has a reputation for results, Rachel states “What was so alluring about the 7-Minute Lift cream was that in addition to it firming your skin without poking needles into your face, it’s made with organic ingredients. Still, when it arrived and I found that $80 got me the teeniest amount of product, I was concerned. I use more lotion in one sitting than this little tub had in it all together. After reading the small instruction booklet and watching the video on the website, however, I realized that a little bit of product goes a very, very long way.”

It’s true, Athena 7 Minute Lift is a concentrated serum and just a pearl-sized amount can rewind the clock about 10 years. The product, which is clinically proven to reduce the appearance of wrinkles by 83.72 percent in 100 percent of subjects who tested it. Adonia Organics’ customers swear by this magical treatment because the outcome is so transformative. And all it takes is just seven minutes!

The beauty editor went on to say “The fact that some cream could make me look like I had a full night’s sleep for the first time maybe ever, is pretty incredible. I get why celebrities and makeup artists swear by the product: Once you get the hang of it, it actually works. My skin felt tighter, my eyes looked brighter, and the fine lines I developed thanks to years of squinting at my computer were less visible.”

You can purchase Athena 7 Minute Lift here.

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