What You Should Know
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Becarre SeaTox Evening Crème is touted as a Botox alternative in topical form. Many products on the market today make a similar claims and they are easy to believe because everyone wants Botox results without the pain of injections and the inconvenience of doctor’s office visits. We will study the ingredients in the Becarre SeaTox Evening Crème in more detail in the next section to see if it might be able to deliver the promised results.
We were unable to locate an English language official website for the company but the product appears to be widely available at online retailers and that is where we have garnered information on the product. Because there is no official website, there appears to be no manufacturer’s guarantee which would give the consumer confidence when buying in knowing that they can get their money back if the product doesn’t work as promised or if it triggers an allergic reaction.
Becarre SeaTox Evening Crème provides a list of ingredients on its website but it is not clear if it is a complete list of ingredients. The list includes: Argiriline (10%), Matrixyl (3%), Vitamin C Ester (3%), Red Algae Extract (2%), Sepalift (1%), CoQ10 (1%), Retinol (Vitamin A) (1%), Tocotrienol (Vitamin E), and Sepivital (.2%). We appreciate that the concentrations of each ingredient are included as this helps us to determine whether the product might be able to provide the desired results.
The stand out ingredients in the Bacarre SeaTox Evening Crème formulation are the two peptides: Matrixyl and Argiriline. Matrixyl has been clinically-proven to reboot the body’s ability to produce collagen and elastin, two substances that are diminished over time. Argiriline smoothes wrinkles by relaxing the underlying facial muscles. Many skin care products contain vitamins A, C, and E and clinical research still shows mixed results about the benefits of applying these topically rather than ingesting as a supplement. While we like to see Matrixyl and Argiriline in an anti-wrinkle formulation, we prefer to see them paired up with hyaluronic acid which penetrates deeply to hold moisture in the skin.
- Contains Matrixyl and Argiriline.
- Bacarre SeaTox is available through online retailers.
- Does not appear to contain hyaluronic acid.
- No money-back guarantee offered.
- Not labeled as non-allergenic.
- No official English language presence which can make ordering difficult for many American consumers.
The Bottom Line
There are definitely aspects to Becarre SeaTox Evening Crème that are attractive, especially the inclusion of Matrixyl and Argiriline. However, there are products on the market that team these ingredients up with hyaluronic acid for even better results and come from companies that stand behind their products with a money-back guarantee. Consumers may wish to research other products before settling on this one.