What You Should Know
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Bioque is a company that has something other cosmetics companies do not: A Nobel Prize winning micro-biologist. Dr. Martin Rodbell founded Bioque and won his Nobel Prize for discovering something known as “signal technology.” This “signal technology” is the bio-chemical language cells use during communication to regulate themselves and send signals to divide and create new cells. This breakthrough is claimed to give Bioque a significant edge over other skin treatment products.
Bioque uses this “signal technology” in their products and claims the beneficial ingredients are sent directly into your cells instead of sitting on top of your skin like they do with other skincare products. There are many products available from Bioque such as the Serum XL and Formula 9 Firming Gel. Each of these products helps to increase the firmness of your skin and helps to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Let’s take a closer look at these two products and see what they have to offer.
Bioque’s Serum XL claims to be the #1 ranked skincare product in consumer surveys. It doesn’t say who did these surveys or where they can be found, however. Serum XL contains 20 % argireline and uses it’s “signal technology” method so it is immediately absorbed into the cells. Argireline is a known wrinkle fighter produced and licensed by a third-party European lab that relaxes the muscles in the face. Serum XL also contains strivectin, which is a combination of B-peptide E-L and Matrixyl 3000. These compounds are also known wrinkle fighters that are commonly incorporated into high-end anti-aging products. There aren’t any studies we could find that show how well all of these products work when used together.
Bioque’s Formula 9 Firming Gel is recommended for use after the Serum XL and is supposed to provide very quick firming of the skin and reduce saggy areas and fine lines. The Bioque website doesn’t list ingredients for the firming gel but says that it also contains argireline.
- 60-day money back guarantee from the manufacturer.
- Bioque was created by a Nobel Prize winner.
- Products are sold in sets for convenient ordering.
- The Bioque website doesn’t list ingredients for all products.
- No information on the surveys that supposedly make Bioque the #1 skincare product.
- Many products contain herbs that may not help the skin at all.
- Fairly expensive ($85.00 for 1 ounce of Serum XL).
The Bottom Line
The fact that Bioque was founded by a Nobel Prize winning micro-biologist is impressive but the official website doesn’t have any studies or research posted to show that the products work well. Third party websites have mixed testimonials so you will have to decide if it’s worth spending the money to find out about the products for yourself. A full ingredient list for all products or a free trial sample for first-time uses would definitely encourage new users to try this product.