Clinique Anti Gravity FLC Review
The Clinique Anti Gravity Firming Lift Cream is apparently supposed to give you firming results and the reduction of wrinkles with a “dramatically different moisturizing lotion.” They have a liquid facial soap and clarifying lotion to go with it at this time for apparently greater results.
History of Clinique Anti Gravity FLC
Clinique Anti Gravity FLC is sold exclusively through stores like Sephora, Macy’s, Barney’s, and essentially speaking other higher class stores in general. They have never been known to disclose ingredients. But they make a lot of sales for the simple reason that they come with the connotation of luxury in general among other things.
You might experience moisturizing effects. We have seen reports of that. However, you will not seemingly get rid of wrinkles, they would brag about that and show off an ingredients list that had even one wrinkle fighter. None of these actively produce more collagen or elastin or even fight free radicals with antioxidants.
At this point, because they don’t disclose their ingredients in part, we have to assume their product will cause redness, flaking, burning sensation, dermatitis, rash, inflammation, stinging, dry skin, sensitivity to the sun, and flaking.
Clinique Anti Gravity FLC will not help you to see any results. It may moisturize your skin. But you really shouldn’t have to buy your moisturizer form a department store or for that matter spend that much on something you expect to be a wrinkle cream, but doesn’t measure up.