What You Should Know
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Carita Perfect Cream is being advertised as playing a vital role in wrinkle repair when it comes to sagging of the skin, fine lines, and wrinkles, along with other various types of signs that are associated with the aging process. Carita Perfect Cream’s main focus is attempting to appeal to women as an effective way to reduce all sorts of signs of aging. In this review we will try to determine if this product could prove to be useful to women for smoothing out their wrinkles by examining the ingredients that were provided on the website.
As of the present time of this review, just one 1.69 ounce jar of Carita Perfect Cream can be found for around $336. The ingredients that may be contained in this product that can be found listed on the website include Butylenes Glycol, Glycerin, Yeast Extract, Hydrogenated Palm Oil, Hexyldecanol, Batyl Alcohol, Soybean Germ Extract, Arnica Montana Flower Extract, Stearic Acid, Palmitic Acid, Xanthan Gum, Potassium Hydroxide, Tocopheryl Acetate, Citric Acid and Sodium Hyaluronate.
Sodium Hyaluronate may be better known by some as Hyaluronic Acid. Claims have been made that this ingredient could very well be one of the most effective skin hydrators available in skin care products today. It is a substance that appears naturally in our skin that decreases with age. This is why the theory was developed that it may be a necessity to use a topical product that contains this ingredient in order to help replenish the moisture that is usually lost as we get older. However, though it is proven to be a good and all natural moisturizer, it still lacks clinical proof of its overall effectiveness.
- An official website for Carita Perfect Cream product appears to exist at the time of this review.
- Appears to contain the ingredient Hyaluronic Acid.
- Seems to be forthcoming about the ingredients, enabling consumers to be able to determine possible skin allergies.
- Does not appear to contain any known clinically proven ingredients
- No free trials or anything of the line was able to be located
- Consumer reviews were hard to locate on the website
- The expensive price tag on Carita Perfect Cream may prove to be a “deal-breaker”
The Bottom Line
There seems to be something wrong with this picture; it is highly probable that there are a lot more products out there that are available that contain proven ingredients in combination with the Hyaluronic Acid. Carita Perfect Cream appears to contain nothing that has been backed by scientific evidence. These products that we are mentioning can also often be found at less than half the price that this one is. It is assumed that the products that contain the clinically proven, and even patented ingredients, would be the ones that would attract more consumers. Why pay over $300 for a product that is potentially half as effective as the ones that come with clinical proof? And why is it that they can be purchased for even less than $100 with more quantity available within the packaging? It may make some wonder how the makers of Carita Perfect Cream could still be in business.