Botox vs Fauxtox

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There are literally hundreds of exhibits  at the International Beauty Show, so when I saw that one small booth was always three deep with visitors, I had to check it out.  I managed to wiggle my way to the front ( I know, I’m a New Yorker)  to see a table  selling just one item– a small pink bottle called Instantly Ageless.  The  posters and brochures  showed impressive before and after photos.     Application of a few drops on the face promised  instantly ( albeit  temporarily)  to erase crows feet and laugh lines.

A quick scan of  the ingredients showed that Instantly Ageless contained Hexapeptide, aka ‘fauxtox” a protein that  may  produce Botox like effects  in a product spread on  rather than injected into the skin.  Instantly Ageless also contains silicates  which  can form a  film much in the way an egg white mask tightens the skin.

Directions were  super simple.  Apply a moisturzer to the  skin and let  it dry throughly. Then pat ( not rub) a half drop of of Instantly Ageless to targeted areas. Allow it to dry  and stay still and expressionless for 1-2 minutes.  Then top with  an oil-free foundation. So far, so good. The serum-like fluid tingled a bit as I applied it to my skin and I could feel my skin tightening– not uncomfortable, but  definately tighter.

Did Instantly Ageless Work?

So did it deliver as promised?    The photo on top left is my before pix that  highlights a nice deep crows foot at the corner of my eye.  The photo on the right  was treated to a drop of Instantly Ageless.  Even in this less than perfect  shot, you can see that the  little line is shorter and less pronounced.   I also felt  that it made my eyes look a bit fresherCrows foot after treatment and  the dark circles  less apparent.  I think that, IRL, the improvements  were more apparent. The  changes last for just a few hours  and is an affordable option  when you want to crank it up for a event– eg high school reunion, blind date or job interview.

Instantly Ageless did not give me the same dramatic results  that I saw in the brochure, but I definately saw a difference.  It also did not give me the same degree of improvement as  Botox, but at $40 a bottle, it is a safe, affordable and effective addition to my beauty tool kit.

5 thoughts on “Botox vs Fauxtox

  1. Good to hear it works. But I am afraid there is nothing natural out there that will work as good as botox 🙁

  2. Other than a face lift or surgery of any kind I would like to know if annyoe has found a cream that either hides wrinkles or reduces them or a cream that acts like a facelift that can be applied around the eyes and cheekbones that really works. There are so many creams out there and it very expensive to test them all. Please help Grandma keep her looks a little longer and perhaps a little money in her pocketbook. LOL

  3. I spent a lot of money buying this, but after a few weeks I discovered that egg white did exactly the same thing and lasted longer. And I could also eat the egg.

    • The sensation is similar but the egg white starts to flake within a hour. Also, makeup did not apply smoothly over egg whites, looking rough and bumpy rather than smooth. However an egg white and oatmeal mask is better for the skin than any commercial product. I used to whip up a facial with my girls leftover breakfast oatmeal.

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