What You Should Know
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|EGF Anti-aging Face Cream||
A New Zealand company is behind the EGF Anti-Aging Face Cream. The company is called Velvet Touch and there is an official website for the Velvet Touch products including the EGF Anti-Aging Face Cream. EGF stands for Epidermal Growth Factor.
The official website is poorly constructed and was last updated in July of 2007. There are, however, contact numbers and an email contact page for visitors who have questions about the Velvet Touch products.
The EGF Anti-Aging Face Cream is one product in a long line of anti-aging products created from deer velvet. Deer velvet is the fur-like covering that appears on deer antlers during the spring months. This “velvet” contains EGF and is known to revitalize and repair. The source of the protein, EGF, is deer antlers but we could find no information about using deer antlers as a good source of EGF. A brief search of the Internet provides information on the effects of EGF, but the Velvet Touch company did not include this information or any information on the ingredients listed.
The ingredients in the EGF Anti-Aging Face Cream are Manuka Honey, Palm Oil, EGF and SPF 15. There are no scientific studies listed on the main EGF Anti-Aging Face Cream website supporting the use of these ingredients for anti-aging. This is a negative for the product. The consumer deserves to read proof a product will work before making an anti-aging cream purchase. In addition to the lack of proof that the product works, there are no testimonials or before and after photos establishing a good consumer track record for the product.
- The product is inexpensive at $30.00 per 50 ml.
- There is contact information for the manufacturer of the EGF Anti-Aging Face Cream.
- Free shipping to the United States is included in the price of the product.
- The EGF may have anti-aging benefits.
- No testimonials are provided for the EGF Anti-Aging Face Cream.
- The Velvet Touch website has not been updated in nearly two years.
- Velvet Touch does not provide proof or support for the EGF Anti-Aging Face Cream.
- The product is not considered hypoallergenic and may cause irritation.
The Bottom Line
The EGF Anti-Aging Face Cream may be a fantastic product that truly helps to reduce the signs of aging, but the consumer will never be given the proof they need to trust this product without support provided by the Velvet Touch company. The website leaves much to be desired. In a market of great competition, an anti-aging skin care product needs to provide proof the ingredients are the best and this company does not. At this time, we cannot support the use of the EGF Anti-Aging Face Cream because the company does not provide enough information on the product or the ingredient list.