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Biobel, according to its official website, is a brand of skin care products based in Mexico, producing creams ranging from milk-based toners to moisturizing humectant creams. Biobel does not indicate if these products are available to U.S. customers but they appears to be popular among customers in Mexico and Central America. Biobel emphasizes the use of milk and vitamins in its products, and claims milk is the key to renewing old and tired skin. With over 20 products available for men and women, it’s not surprising that Biobel has received fame in Mexico, but unfortunately there is not much information available about its presence in America.
Due to the information listed on their website, a proper price list or additional information cannot be retrieved at this time. Currently Biobel only presents their website in Spanish and indicates their products are widely available in beauty clinics throughout Mexico. Interested consumers can contact their office to retrieve more information about using Biobel products. The lack of availability will be a huge issue for American consumers; nevertheless, Biobel’s products will be evaluated to see how effective they might be.
Biobel products contain numerous ingredients; some of the ingredients include Chamomile, Vitamin A, Vitamin E, Vitamin C, Vitamin B6, Pathenol, and Wheat Germ. Its main ingredient, Chamomile, is called a natural anti-wrinkle fighter by many skincare companies, but the facts don’t back up these claims. At the best, Chamomile helps speed up wound healing when applied directly to the skin, but there is no real connection with wrinkle reduction.
As for its other ingredients, Vitamin E is a powerful vitamin that strengthens skin cell health, and some believe this prevents the formation of wrinkles. This is not a proven fact, however, but it is a common belief among dermatologists. Vitamin A also has the same effect, and is considered more powerful than Vitamin E in strengthening skin health.
- Contains numerous vitamins which aid in skin health, such as repairing skin cells and allowing healthy skin cells to multiply.
- Does not appear to contain synthetic or dangerous ingredients.
- Website is only in Spanish. Its availability in America is not known.
- Does not contain any ingredients that directly affect anti-aging issues, such as wrinkle formation or age spots.
- A price range could not be located for their products.
The Bottom Line
The biggest issue with Biobel is the lack of information, and this may cause consumers to worry about its effectiveness – and if it is really safe for their skin. Biobel does contain safe, natural vitamins which are connected with rejuvenated skin health, but does not appear to contain ingredient that specifically go after wrinkle formation. Paired with a lack of availability, U.S. consumers may want more information before selecting Biobel products to fight wrinkles.