The Face Fit face cream is the first of a series of new facial products from the cosmetics brand that promises to boost the energy and confidence of women with a healthy, active lifestyle.
“I have the most beautiful face ever,” the Facefit girl wrote on her Instagram page on March 8.
“And it’s not that it’s fake.
It’s my face!”
As the brand’s Instagram account shows, the girl has already made a name for herself with the FaceFit facial cream, which she described as “a high-performance face cream for the active woman.”
“The first time I used it, I got my face ready and my energy was up.
I went from feeling like I was in my 30s to feeling like a 60-year-old,” the girl told The Post in an interview.
For years, the FaceFIT facial cream has been marketed as an alternative to traditional face creams and even as a supplement to a healthy diet.
The brand, which is owned by L’Oreal, has already sold more than 150 million units in the U.S. since its launch in late 2017.
L’Orema CEO Marc de Botton said in a statement that the Facefits facial cream was the product of months of research and development, including a full redesign.
In addition to promoting active lifestyles and physical activity, the company says the Face FIT facial product is also an effective way to reduce inflammation in the face.
The FaceFit face cream comes in five colors: red, green, orange, blue and pink.
The face cream retails for $23.99 for a 15-minute session, $35.99 in two-minute sessions and $49.99 a session and above.
When the Face Fatigue Face cream launched last year, it also promised to boost women’s energy levels and boost their energy levels in general.
But the product didn’t have a clear product name or brand name, which the company was forced to change in January after the American Academy of Dermatology called the product a “potentially harmful chemical.”
The brand has since clarified its product’s ingredients to include antioxidants and vitamins.
The FaceFatigue Face Cream is currently available for pre-order at L’Oréal, but the company said it plans to roll out FaceFatique by the end of the year.
The brand also recently launched its first fragrance, Face Fatique, which was named after its namesake product.