What You Should Know
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The Duchess Marden products are available online through various retailers. There is no specific online website dedicated to the Duchess Marden products. According to the retailers selling the Duchess Marden products, there are no chemicals or parabens in the products. Completely natural ingredients are all that are used to create this antiaging skin care line.
The Duchess Marden product line includes various cleansing products, skin moisturizers and antiaging products. With the lack of a website, there are no refund policies or free trials to give the consumer a boost to buy these skin care products.
The Duchess Marden Antiwrinkle Serum is sold for about $58.00 for a one ounce bottle. The ingredients in the Duchess Marden Antiwrinkle Serum are Simmondsia chinensis (jojoba) oil, squalane, borago officinalis (borage) oil, Corylus avellana (hazelnut) oil, Butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter, Phormium tenax (flax) seed oil, Rosa canina (rose hip) seed oil, Rosa damascena (rose) oil, tocopherol acetate (vitamin E), (and) retinyl palmitate (vitamin A) and ascorbyl palmitate (vitamin C).
After looking at the ingredient list, there are no chemicals in the product but there are also no proven antiaging ingredients aside from Vitamin E and Vitamin C. The heavy use of oils in the serum is bound to leave the face feeling oily and could cause increased acne breakouts in people with oily or irritated skin. The serum is supposed to be applied to the areas around the eyes and in placed on the face where wrinkles are more prone. Applications are to occur in the morning and the evening.
- There are no chemical ingredients in the Duchess Marden Antiwrinkle Serum.
- The product price is comparable to similar products.
- The product can be ordered online through various retailers and QVC.
- QVC includes a return and refund policy.
- No official website for Duchess Marden exists.
- The consumer must trust third party information.
- There is no clinical proof that the products work as claimed.
- There is no refund policy listed for the Duchess Marden products.
The Bottom Line
In a world that believes looking younger means looking more beautiful, there is competition to prove your product works better than any other product on the market. In the Duchess Marden case, this is something they have failed to prove. With no official website, the consumer is left to search the Internet in hopes of finding some relevant information on the product. The information found then must be taken with a grain of salt because the manufacturer is not the one providing the information. In addition, there is no evidence that the Duchess Marden products actually work as stated. We currently reserve our support of the Duchess Marden products.