Rodan and Fields Unblemish review

The premise behind Rodan and Fields Unblemish is basically the same as that behind Proactiv – a three-step process designed to clean, exfoliate, and protect the skin as a way to fight acne. Made popular primarily because of its NATURAL exotic ingredients like fish collagen, rosemary extract, and witch hazel water, there is little doubt that for Kathy and Katie the Rodan + Fields products lines have been hugely successful therefore the quantity of repeat customers they can count on seems to suggest that many people get good results too, but it's unlikely that this is a product line that is an affordable option for most people because of the high pricing. User reviews for Unblemish seem to rate it below its cousin, Proactiv. In short, as far as acne treatments go, Unblemish is not a bad choice and could work well for individuals in need of acne assistance but doesn't provide a great value for money. We recommend Exposed Acne skincare over Unblemish.

Clarins eye contour gel review

A refreshing, cool and hydrating gel produced, by the well known and trusted manufacturer, Clarins’ may make you vouch for its efficiency! The product assures to reduce dark circles, puffiness and sooth the area around your eyes. The ingredients used are natural and safe like all other products by the parent company. Being non oily and gel like it can be worn under make up. It promises to serve as a smoothening gel, but it does not have much properties to reduce wrinkles and fine lines. Customers have reported it to be too watery, and ineffective in repairing damaged skin, though it is successful in hydrating and refreshing your skin. Some love the product while those who need a product to reduce puffiness as well as for age defense, it may not be the right choice for them! Anti aging eye care products infused with much effective ingredients eg. Eyelasticity, that are medically proven and safe, yet provide a one shot solution to all your problems are readily available in the market.

Proactiv Plus review : 90 days and 60 days 3 step...

Proactiv Plus is an advanced acne-treatment system with nanotechnology and added medicine, built-in hydration and a new, smart way to treat acne. It is an all-new 3-Step System — completely reformulated from the ground up. However, this new technology and acne system isn't garnering as much praise as the Proactive original product line. User reviews on the Proactiv Plus system are interestingly mixed. On sites such as Amazon.com, there were more negative reviews than positive, with the biggest issues citing redness, severe dryness, itching, and complete ineffectiveness, along with price. Proactiv Plus reviews on sites such as Acne.org are not as spilt, with negative comments far outnumbering positive reviews by as much as 3 to 1. Consumers feel overcharged. There were also many reported problems in dealing with the customer service of the Proactiv company itself. We recommend Exposed SkinCare Acne system over Proactiv Plus.

NuFace Trinity Wrinkle Reducer and Facial Toning Device review

The NuFace Trinity is a user friendly tool that tones up your sagging skin. It comes with different attachments. It is inter-convertible into a facial toner as well as a wrinkle reducer, depending upon which attachment you may use. The company claims it to be an alternative to Botox! The facial toner uses "micro current" to rejuvenate your facial muscles and the wrinkle reducer uses "LED light therapy" to heal your skin. Both these technologies are used by aestheticians at salons and spas, but still we find dermatologists not convinced of its efficacy. There is anecdotal proof that the product works, but it lags behind in providing strong scientific proof. Some people are still reluctant to use it as they believe that only professionals can use the device well! The product has to be used repeatedly to see lasting changes. Side effects like headaches, muscle twitching etc have also been reported. As an alternative to Botox, we recommend using LifeCell cream, over this product which guarantees instant as well as long term results!

Review of Hyaluronic Acid : An important ingredient in wrinkle creams?

Editor's note:- If you are looking for a Hyaluronic Acid anti aging cream, I highly recommend LifeCell. Check it out here. Skincare ingredients appear and disappear from the markets...

Tretinoin cream and Retin-A micro review for wrinkles and under eye...

Tretinoin (Retin-A)_ Creams and their particular anti-aging results are promising. With its proven history and long record of advantages, Tretinoin is a product which continues to control the market of skincare. If trying Tretinoin for the very first time, check with your physician or dermatologist to be sure it’s correct for you. However, most user reviews reveal it offers short-term anti-aging results, although more powerful than typical RETINOL products like Paula's Choice Retinol Serum. Users also don't like the fact that it comes with side effects like dry skin, skin itching and flaking and photosensitive skin, and hence you need to use sunscreen during the day to avoid this effect. There are some innovative skincare products like LifeCell that’ll provide you with the same or better results with no unwanted effects related to Tretinoin Creams. We recommend LifeCell that contains "Matrixyl 3000", that mimics the effects of Retinol and Tretinoin and also works as a great affordable alternative to Botox. We also recommend Instant Wrinkle Reducer.

ZO melamin Hydroquinone 4% cream review for skin bleaching and lightening

Hydroquinone is an effective remedy for people battling with skin darkening and stubborn spots of any kind. Available in several brand names like Zo Melamin, Melalite forte, it contains hydroquinone as the primary ingredient for bleaching your skin and complexion correcting. It is clinically proven to lighten areas of darkened skin such as freckles, age spots, melasma (sun damage), or chloasma (darkened skin caused by hormonal changes). Though, it is proven for its efficiency, "Hydroquinone" still remains a controversial chemical when it comes to scientific research. It is still not clear what side effects it may cause with long term usage. As a topical treatment for lightening your skin, it is not recommended to be used by people with sensitive skin because it is bound to cause some irritation. Many safer alternatives are available in the market, which are gentle on skin, yet equally successful for facial skin lightening. We recommend Illuminatural 6i and SkinBright over Hydroquinone 4% creams like Zo melamin, Melalite forte etc.

Clinique PEP START eye cream review

Clinique Pep start eye cream is very unique in its approach. It claims to reduce symptoms of fatigue, which are overlooked by most creams. Hydrating, moisturizing and depuffing the eyes are its major functions. It also reduces dark circles in the long run. If you don’t have stubborn age related issues and need a maintenance product for your daily beauty regimen, it is the right choice. It has been formulated to provide instant freshness and reduce signs of sleeplessness. Being light in weight it can be worn under make up too. However, some users have reported it to be inefficient in reducing the puffiness of the under eye area. People who need a fortified product that can fight all stubborn signs of ageing, around the eye area, can find better products in the market like Eyelasticity which we recommend over Clinique Pep start.

Murad Resurgence review

Murad Resurgence is a new line of products specifically designed to cater to the skin needs of women battling with hormonal imbalances. Murad is known to be a doctor created brand in the skincare industry. The ‘Resurgence’ line promises to provide unique anti ageing skin care solutions. However, we find that information about the ingredients, their mode of action is rather limited. The company seems to be using their ‘brand name’ to capture customers for this new line of products. Murad fails to explain how the Resurgence line is different from its other products. Some customers have reported auto shipping of orders as an abuse. User reviews are very mixed. We advise you to trust products which provide complete information about the ingredients and have been clinically tested too! We recommend Kollagen Intensiv and Genf20 Plus to treat hormonal skin aging.