All About That Bass” by Meghan Trainor was playing and without even thinking about it, I started to sing… and dance. I simply couldn’t help. You see, I’ve always been a huge fan of 50’s and 60’s music and that song has a very retro feel to it. It brings me back to my college years when “oldies” were my favorite tunes to listen to. As Miss M pleaded with me to (1) stop singing and (2) stop dancing in her bedroom, I was torn between the feelings of my youth and the realization of my real age. Translation: I’m getting old. Lucky for me everyone once in a while I’ll meet a digital friend in person and they’ll be surprised by my appearance. Apparently not everyone thinks I look 44. Yay me. That isn’t going to last forever so I’ll take it while I can get it. In the meantime, I’ll continue to use products that help me ward off the signs of age. Whether these products are really making a difference or not, I’m not positive but I certainly FEEL like they are. That’s a huge part of the solution. If you feel younger and you have more confidence, it projects outward in everything else you do. At least it does for me. Recently, I started using Anavita Anti-Wrinkle Cream and as with the others I have tried, kick myself for not starting to use it when I was younger. It’s a moisturizer in addition to an anti-wrinkle cream and my doctor has told me that many of the cysts I develop are the result of under-moisturized, non-elastic skin. The silly part is that it isn’t like the products are all over-priced which is kind of why I never used them. Okay, not kind-of. It’s completely why I didn’t. All the anti-aging and anti-wrinkle products I had looked at were at drugstores and mass merchandisers. I didn’t see a stigma associated with using them. I let the price scare me away before ever giving them a shot. In hindsight, I realize that it was short-sighted of me. When I tried Ageless Derma a few months back, I was amazed at the results and happy with the product. The price, however, was pretty comparable to what I would expect anti-wrinkle products to be. After using Anavita Anti-Wrinkle Cream for a few weeks, I realized it reminds me a lot of Ageless Derma but is available on Amazon for about half of what Ageless Derma costs. Would I buy Ageless Derma again? Definitely… if it went on sale. Anavita is a great alternative at a more economical price. Now let’s set aside the price and talk about the product itself. When it comes to beauty products, price is always a concern but the deal breaker for me has to do with sensitivities. First and foremost, my skin is sensitive and I react to many products. This one didn’t cause any reaction at all. That’s a huge plus. Second is the scent. I can’t stand heavily floral or perfumed products. Ack. My nose cringes and my head starts to hurt. Anavita didn’t have either of those issues. While it did have a scent, it was simple. I can’t place the fragrance though… it just smells like a basic lotion. The texture is thick so application is easy with little waste. It applies easily and absorbs well. Overall, I found Anavita to be a pleasant product at an affordable price. Certainly something worth trying out – especially if you are concerned with the price of anti-wrinkle products. For more information on Anavita Anti-Wrinkle Cream, check out their updates on Facebook, Twitter and Google+. Do you use any kind of moisturizer?