What You Should Know
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The latest and perhaps the most elegant product to have been developed by American Beauty is “All is Forgiven”. There has been a strong wave of media exposure regarding this skin repair concentrate throughout cyberspace. American Beauty claims that the All Is Forgiven product is made from a potent peptide that cannot only treat the skin, but also remodel the lower layers so that the eventual result is a firmer and brighter appearing skin. It is claimed that American Beauty All is Forgiven is made up of ingredients that can penetrate the skin and help build up the natural collagen. The synthesis of this essential element in skin leads to elimination of wrinkles, lines and skin pigmentations. The manufacturer does claim that within 4 weeks, 94% of women develop a smoother and brighter skin. The website shows Ashley Judd promoting the cream- and she does have great looking skin.
Unfortunately, the ingredients in American Beauty All is Forgiven are not listed under the cream. Each and every product on the website has a product ingredient list, except for All is Forgiven. The website at Kohl’s, likewise, does not mention the ingredients. The introductory statement says that the product contains peptides, which can instantly change the skin. Surfing the web also failed to reveal the ingredients in this cream, which is too bad because a full ingredient list is definitely one of the things that inspires confidence in any beauty product.
- The website is very elegant.
- If the product can do what it says, it is relatively cheap.
- Kohl’s does offer a return policy with credit.
- No pictures.
- No ingredients listed.
- No testimonials except for a photo of Ashley Judd smiling.
- Product only available at Kohl’s.
The Bottom Line
To clear up any questions, the American Beauty website is outstanding and very nicely presented. Each and every product on the site has a list of benefits and ingredients listed- except for one. All is Forgiven is a “skin repair concentrate” and it is available in an elegant bottle. It is also reasonably priced assuming it does what is claimed. On the downside, American Beauty has failed to list the ingredients in this one and only product. Perhaps it was an oversight. However, without having an ingredient list it is hard to evaluate the claims made by the manufacturer. Further, there are no testimonials from the average consumer. We think that testimonials from actors and actresses carry a lot of bias and do not always accurately reflect the product. In any case, perhaps if American Beauty supplied the ingredient list, a more accurate description of the product would be provided. However, if you do judge the product by the way that Ashley Judd looks, then $35 is certainly worth every penny.