What You Should Know
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CamoCare Facial Therapy is produced by Abkit Inc., a cosmetics company in the process of being merged into Nature’s Way, who are a natural supplements company. CamoCare is not available for purchase on the Abkit website, but consumers are directed to other online retailers. This means that there is no money-back guarantee on the product other than those that may be offered at the retail level. There also does not appear to be a trial size or sample available to allow potential users to try the product before buying. A 2.4 ounce jar of CamoCare Facial Therapy costs only around $15, so trying the product does not involve a large investment.
Camocare Facial Therapy is claimed by Abkit to prevent dry skin, and the appearance of wrinkles caused by stress, sun damage, and environmental pollutants. The company claims that clinical trials show that fine lines and wrinkles were visibly reduced after applying CamoCare Facial Therapy for only three days. The product’s website, however, provides no details of these studies. Along with chamomile extract, CamoCare Facial Therapy contains Vitamin E, known for skin regeneration and the elimination of damaging free radicals, and Squalane, a botanical lipid similar to Vitamin A that is known for its ability to reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
CamoCare Facial Therapy’s main active ingredients are chamomile extract, lanolin oil, and squalane. It also contains retinyl palmitate, a source of Vitamin A. Chamomile is known for its natural anti-inflammatory and toning properties. Lanolin oil is a known allergen, so those allergic to wool or lanolin should seek another product. CamoCare’s non-active ingredients include xanthan gum, used as a binder and stabilizer, and methylparaben, a preservative. Both of these ingredients are known allergens and methylparaben has been suspected to be carcinogenic. Many higher-quality facial creams exclude these two ingredients.
The application instructions are to smooth on to the face at night and in the morning.
- CamoCare Facial Therapy contains chamomile, known to tone skin and to have anti-inflammatory properties.
- Widely available through online retailers.
- Can be used for all skin types, according to the company.
- Cannot purchase CamoCare Facial Therapy on the official website.
- No money-back guarantee or free trial size offered.
- Product contains methylparaben, a known allergen and potential carcinogen.
- No details of company’s clinical studies offered.
- Very low price (around $15) coupled with the use of cheap parabens could mean lower quality ingredients all around.
The Bottom Line
CamoCare Facial Therapy contains ingredients known for their skin regenerating and hydrating properties, but also contains lower-quality preservatives and stabilizers. This is reflected in the product’s low price. If you are looking for specific restorative results similar to those provided by Botox treatments, this product will most likely fall short of your expectations. CamoCare Facial Therapy will be best suited to those consumers looking for an everyday moisturizer and skin toner.