In a nutshell, I found my experience with the AO+ bacterial mist rather disappointing and, while I will finish up the three other bottles I have, won’t continue reporting on a regular basis (unless something grand and unforeseen happens).
As for the effects of the body mist, I don’t have much to report. Besides a 12-hour deodorizing effect, AO+ hasn't done much for me.
I also didn’t notice any reduction in wrinkles or redness on my cheeks, nor any other beneficial effects. I really wanted this to work, but basically, AO+ turned out to be (for me) an extremely high-priced deodorant. Since I can get the same effects for $3.99 with my Tom’s deodorant, the question if I really want to spend $99.00 per month on AO+ is a no-brainer at this point.
Maybe this stuff works better for some people than for others—according to Julia Scott’s New York Times article, AO+ cleared up her skin blemishes and made her skin feel much softer.
Not for me, that’s all I can say. But if you want to conduct your own private experiment with this new skincare product from the biotech lab, here’s the website.