These past weeks I have been receiving amazing creams by Anaiti, and these creams are probably some of the most high end, and cutting edge creams you can find now, that are made by a small company.

I am very impressed with a lot of their products, and here I am going to start a series of posts to show what an amazing collection this company has created.

The first product I want to review is Advanced Age-Defying Face Cream by Anaiti. This cream that I got comes in a 50 ml or 1.7 fl oz container. This cream is specially formulated to create celebrity skin, and I have to say that it works wonders for me.

Primarily, I like the feel of this cream on my skin. I would compare it with non-greasy shea butter which is one of its ingredients. It feels like I put feathers in my skin, and the skin becomes extremely smooth, soft, and beautiful looking after this application.

I love this cream because it helps to eliminate the signs of aging on my forehead – I have a few wrinkles there.


Anaiti company uses a number of patented ingredients in this formulation, as well as a few skinceuticals. They use Matrixyl, Renovage and my favorite Hyaluronic Acid. Seems like every skin care item I get to try these days includes hyaluronic acid. However, in this particular product, this acid id well combined with a lot of other ingredients, and it truly makes the cream smooth, easy to apply, and nice to touch.

Renovage is great, too, as it lessens pigmentation, and Matrixyl reduces wrinkles.

When you open the container, you literally feel you are touching a cloud, the cream is so soft and smooth. It is white, it even looks like a cloud. For me, a lot of my impression of the product is what its texture is, and what it looks like when I apply it. There is no grease, and no any other residue after you apply this one. This cream doesn’t have any particular scent.

I think this product is a great product, and I am so happy I have found it! I do want to share this find with you, you can find it on Amazon for $49.99, and it’s well worth it!

I received this product free in exchange for my unbiased review. I was not compensated for my review and all my opinions are my own. One may or may not have the same opinion as myself when reading this. I am disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commission’s 16 CFR, Part 255: Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.

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