Bioelements Review

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Editor's Review: 3.6 / 5.0

What You Should Know

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Sold exclusively in spas all around the United States, Bioelements is a professional-grade skin care line that claims to be all-natural, nourishing for your skin, and specifically engineered to meet all types of skin needs while focusing on older women with skin issues. Ranging from anti-wrinkle creams to natural toners, Bioelements contains all types of products for a woman’s aging skin, and Bioelements believe nourishing the skin with nutrients is the key to keeping skin youthful, wrinkle-free, and vibrant. Consumers will need to check with their local spa to see local prices, but Bioelements seems to usually cost under $100.00 per bottle.

Unlike other skincare lines, Bioelements offers different skincare products specifically tailored to specific types of skin, ranging from very sensitive to oily. Although this may not sound different from other skincare lines, they have formulated it for specific types of oily or dry skin, which allows consumers to choose from many brands. Some experts also believe that natural formulas have a higher success rate than synthetic formulas, but that does not necessarily indicate that Bioelements is a successful product.

Product Details

On the official Bioelements website, the manufacturers suggest using Bioelements VitaMineral Power Pen as a direct way to deal with wrinkles and fine lines. Some of the ingredients included are Vitamin A, Vitamin C, Vitamin E, Vitamin D, and a mineral blend of magnesium, silicone, zinc, copper, and iron. The power of minerals should never be underestimated, and supplying your body with plenty of minerals will aid in skin health, especially if you consume enough Vitamin E and D. Vitamin E is directly connected with skin health, and making your skin healthy will result in a younger, healthier appearance. None of these ingredient specifically target wrinkle prevention, however, and wrinkle reduction relies on more specific ingredients, such as certain types of acid extracts, to provide immediate, longer-lasting results.

Bioelements will provide healthy benefits for your skin, but it’s anti-aging benefits are questionable.

The Good

  • Is said to be an all-natural brand, packed full of vitamins and minerals.
  • There are different Bioelements formulas available for all types of skin issues, ranging from oily to sensitive.

The Bad

  • Is too expensive and not an economical choice.
  • Contains no ingredients with immediate anti-wrinkle benefits.
  • Is difficult to buy, even on the internet.

The Bottom Line

All-natural products will attract the average consumer, but these also require heavy scientific backing and proven anti-wrinkle ingredients in order to really be successful. Containing all-natural ingredients does help, but is not the key to overall anti-aging benefits. Those searching for a more intensive cream, they are advised to look for other brands with more potent ingredients than those offered by Bioelements. However, this cream is a nice moisturizer for those seeking a natural alternative.


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2 Comments/Questions/Answers to Bioelements

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    Elizabeth

    After telling the woman who did my facial that I have very oily skin, she sold me Bioelements Moisture Positive Cleanser and Crucial Moisture, both for very dry skin. Should I return these products or are they ok for my oily skin?

    Thanks… Elizabeth

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    anne Reply:

    shame nobody ever commented but for future viewers – both those products are not for oily skin. you should use decongestant cleanser or flash foam cleanser. I would like to add that bioelements can be very reactive to some skin types.

    It is much stronger than this site suggests. i say this only because of the many people i have seen have reactions to it. I happen to like it but i am very hesitant to use on just any client.

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