What You Should Know
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Fenix Skincare and Cosmetics are described as “modern science meets natural beauty.” The official website states that these skin care treatments are “a foundation for great skin.” The founder of this cosmetic line is Bill Bakho, who began this company in 1999. Along with a group of chemists, Bakho apparently searched high and low for the essential ingredients that make Fenix Skincare products the “most effective” available. It all began with a sunscreen that was specifically developed for individuals with sensitive skin. Currently Fenix Cosmetics endeavors to suit all common skin types. Their products are marketed in medi-spas and through dermatologists, as well as online.
The nine different categories of Fenix Skincare products are as follows; Masks, Eyes, Serums, Lips, Face, Exfoliating Scrubs, Sunscreens, Cleansers and Toners. There are two different anti-aging serums, which are the Hyaluronic Copper Zinc Renewal Serum and the Intensive Recovery Serum. Both of these offer key active ingredients like Squalene, Green Tea, Sunflower, Hyaluronic Acid, Copper, Zinc, Magnesium Asparate, Botanicals and Vitamins. Like so many other anti-aging treatments offered today, these Fenix Skincare serums aim to boost collagen production, heal skin tissue, moisturize, reduce redness, sooth damaged skin, minimize fine lines and protect. There are several contact email addresses provided on the official website.
Fenix Skincare is a company found in Irvine, California, and there are additional offices in South Korea and Jordan. Although their cosmetics are geared toward women of all skin types, Fenix Skincare products appear to primarily address anti-aging. While there are no reviews posted on the official website for their skin care treatments, there are descriptions and prices offered for each product. It appears that the serums and moisturizers range from $80 to $195 each. Currently there are no free trial samples available to new customers, nor is there any clinical research posted on the website concerning Fenix Skincare. This cosmetic company does offer sunless tanning products as well.
- All Fenix Skincare products are for sale through the official website.
- This cosmetic line claims that they offer treatments for all skin types.
- There is convenient contact information provided on the website.
- Fenix Skincare treatments can cost up to $195 each.
- There are no positive testimonials presented on the official website to help support Fenix Cosmetics.
- Free samples are not available to new customers at this time.
- It doesn’t look like Fenix Skincare products are offered for men at all.
- Full ingredient lists for all Fenix Skincare products are not provided.
The Bottom Line
Fenix Skincare is certainly marketed as a “high-end” cosmetic line. They make it no secret that their products are offered through professional dermatologists. However, this doesn’t mean that their treatments are superior to others currently available. One positive aspect of their website is that all of their products are sold online and simple contact email addresses are offered. Then again, there really isn’t anything provided to support Fenix Skincare, either by way of customer testimonials or manufacturer support. Therefore this line of cosmetics may appeal to more women if there were some testimonials posted on the official website, along with solid clinical trial results.