What You Should Know
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|Denny Youth Preserver||
Frances Denney is a beauty products company that started as a small salon over 100 years ago, according to the official website. Frances Denney was an Irish Immigrant who first came to the United States in the late 1800s and decided to create beauty formulas that did more than just sit on top of the skin. She wanted to create products that actually improved the skin’s condition and helped it look better from the inside out. Frances Denney retired in 1938 but her legacy continues through the line of products that span categories such as makeup, lotions, anti-aging, and perfumes.
The Denney Youth Preserver is one of the products you can find in the Anti-Aging category on the official website. This product claims to be an anti-aging moisturizing cream for “All Sensitive Skins” and to be fragrance free and hypoallergenic.
The Denney Youth Preserver is only described by a very short paragraph on the official Frances Denney website. This product claims to use kelp and oils to nourish your skin, elder to soften your skin, and vitamins E and A to moisturize. The full list of ingredients doesn’t seem to be available anywhere so we can’t be 100% sure what else might be in this product. There are no testimonials or clinical trial data to be found and we didn’t see any money-back guarantee or a free trial anywhere either. This is a little discouraging if you are a first time shopper looking at the Denney brand.
The official Frances Denney website is very bland and doesn’t function terribly well if you are using Mozilla Firefox so you can use a different browser if you lose some bits of text here and there. You can find a short history on the company and browse their product line, as well as order any product right from that product’s description page.
- There are many different products available on the Frances Denney website.
- The full list of ingredients isn’t disclosed for any products on the official website.
- Product descriptions are very vague.
- The Youth Preserver doesn’t seem to contain any powerful or well known anti-aging ingredients.
- There are no testimonials or clinical study data available for this product.
The Bottom Line
While the history of the Frances Denney company is interesting, there just isn’t enough information available on this product to show new consumers that it is worth buying. The official website is very plain and contains vague descriptions of each product without listing the ingredients. We can’t recommend this product at this time and instead recommend finding an anti-aging product that utilizes some more effective ingredients that have been scientifically proven to be beneficial to the skin.