What You Should Know
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ClubWhite is a line of skin care products that are intended primarily to act as an anti-ageing treatment, by helping the skin to retain moisture and by preventing freckles from the sun. The product is mainly meant for dry or sensitive skin. It’s mainly used to reduce freckles and age spots on the skin by reducing the production rate of melanin. Right now there are about six different products available in this line, which contain all-natural ingredients such as peach and orange extract. The entire line consists of a cleanser, skin lotion, cream, milk (for calcium), a whitening pack and a concentrate of extract. Overall, it seems like ClubWhite is primarily a spot lightener, not really a wrinkle fighter.
Although the ClubWhite line contains all-natural ingredients, which may work under some circumstances, there are still some better ingredients that could have been included but weren’t. One of these is hyaluronic acid, which helps to keep the skin moisturized and pliable to eliminate or reduce wrinkles. Another ingredient is Matrixyl 3000, which stimulates the production of collagens. Collagen is naturally produced in the skin, but this ability declines as we get older, forcing us then to turn to an agent that helps to stimulate collagens to give the skin its youthful firm texture. Collagen and hydration are therefore important components of skincare, which ClubWhite may not entirely be able to provide. It used to be that you could buy these creams for around $50-60, although the price has since been dropped to $30 approximately.
- ClubWhite contains all-natural ingredients, which eliminates almost the entire possibility of parabens or other harmful agents being included. Parabens are preservatives commonly used in skin care products, but they can cause the skin to dry out.
- You can often get Club White products very cheaply. Although the products aren’t sold on any official website, you can find them offered by third-part retailers online.
- The ingredients are not listed online, apart from in customer reviews.
- There is no official website for the company’s line of products – it seems they’ve preferred to operate offline, which is a disadvantage in today’s economy.
- The most common and effective moisturizing agents such as hyaluronic acid aren’t used in ClubWhite products.
- There are no testimonials or money-back guarantees anywhere.
The Bottom Line
Although ClubWhite appears to have some potential, we couldn’t really glean too much information due to the lack of an official website. This makes it hard for any potential customers to make the right decision regarding their own skin health, and therefore it’s likely best to seek a product line that is advertised more openly and that includes proven effective ingredients. It’s possible for ClubWhite to have some effect in reducing wrinkles, but it would be better if Matrixyl 3000, an ingredient specifically intended for fighting wrinkles, came into play. Hyaluronic acid would also be useful for keeping the skin moist. This is definitely a spot lightener first, and will not yield much in the way of erasing wrinkles.