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Frownies, the anti-aging company that introduced the world to Frownies Facial Pads

May 5, 2008

Frownies, the anti-aging company that introduced the world to Frownies Facial Pads, recently released Facelift in a Bag ($99.95), an introductory system meant to create a skin care routine for men and women suffering from aging skin. It contains Frownies’ famous Facial Pads to reduce wrinkles in the forehead, between the eyebrows and in the corners of the eyes and mouth without injections or surgery. Facelift in a Bag also contains the popular Frownies skin care line: Frownies pH Balancing Complexion Wash, to deeply cleanse and balance the skin, and Frownies Rose Water Hydrator Spray, for use with Frownies Facial Pads for maximum wrinkle reduction. Lastly, Facelift in a Bag offers Frownies’ most powerful skin care product yet: Immune Perféct Wrinkle Cream, an active product delivery system that helps fight the oxidation caused by UV rays and environmental pollutants. Used together, it can produce visible results in as few as 14 days. More info: www.frownies.com
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