I’ve seen it scattered across the internet. Each site rates Athena 7 Minute Lift as its favorite product. But have you ever noticed that those sites feature products in general made by the same company? It’s no coincidence. They created the sites themselves. I mean the interesting thing is I’ve seen them review a product that had all the right ingredients, and it had all the right ingredients, but it wasn’t theirs. I’ve seen them take that product down saying there was nothing to prove or suggest that it would work. Apparently, according to their research or rather lack thereof, peptides don’t actually do anything. All of those clinical studies were false, faulty, wrong, you get the idea, and obviously, even though the best products list those at the top of the list, that doesn’t mean anything. On the other hand, they talk about Athena 7 minute lift like it’s the miracle treatment. Now here’s a real look at Athena 7 Minute Lift. It has a number of essential oils which get down deep to moisturize the skin. If you moisturize the skin, you maintain some youth. The problem is that you don’t actually get rid of wrinkles. You need to produce more collagen and elastin to actually get rid of wrinkles. So as much as they like to yell that it does, Athena 7 Minute Lift does not work.