Environ Skin Care Review


Environ Skin Care is a skincare company operating from Cape Town, South Africa. Environ Skin Care offers over 40 products designed to treat various skin care issues, including wrinkle reduction and skin firming. The Environ Skin Care lines are separated into ranges. There are 14 different ranges in the Environ Skin Care Company. The Environ Skin Care ranges include the Alpha Hydroxy Range, B- Active Range, Colour Range, Eau de Toilette, Evenescence Range, Intensive Range, Interactive Range, Ionzyme Range, Ionzyme DF Machine, Men’s Range, Original Range, Professional Range, Roll-CIT, and Sun Care Range. The range most consumers look toward for wrinkle reduction and skin firming is the Intensive Range. This line of products from Environ Skin Care includes C-Boost, Anti-Oxidant Gel, Colostrum Gel, Hydrating Oil Capsules, Retinol 1, 2, & 3, EssentiA Forte, and Body Profile.

There is a dedicated website for Environ Skin care products. This website is rather strange and confusing. It offers little information on the products such as how to properly apply the product or a full list of ingredients included in each product. The website doe give information though on the distribution of their products and how long of a shelf life each product has. Environ Skin Care claims it products are “mostly free from fragrances, preservatives, colourants and animal extracts.” They also list Bovine Colostrum as the key ingredients in at least two of their products in the Intensive Range.

Product Details

Environ Skin Care products are manufactured in Cape Town, South Africa and are only available for sale through authorized dealers. The Environ Skin Care website cautions consumers that their products are not available through online sales and any product purchased through unauthorized dealers are not guarantee to be safe or effective. The website offers a list of unauthorized dealers but does not list where their products can be officially purchased from. This makes comparing the products difficult since prices can not be compared accurately. Information from third party websites suggest that the Environ Skin care line of products are rather expensive and not worth the money for the achieved results.

Environ Skin Care suggests that wrinkle and anti-aging efforts must be made as early as one’s twenties. The key to their skin care is early defense rather than reversal of already aged skin. This can be a problem for those looking to reverse the signs of aging rather than preventing further aging. The key ingredients list in their products does not seem to include any of the proven ingredients to reduce wrinkles and fine lines and to firm aging skin. These products like Matrixyl 3000 or Argatensyl have clinical trials to back their claims of anti-aging. Environ Skin care products do not seem to include either of these products. They also use Alpha Hydroxy Acid which has been proven to dry the skin and even cause rashes for some consumers. Consumers should be aware of the products they are using on their skin and the possible side effects associated with those products. The Environ Skin care company makes this impossible by not listing a full list of ingredients for their products.

The Good

  • There is a dedicated website for the Environ Skin Care products.

The Bad

  • The dedicated website does not list authorized sellers of their products.
  • The dedicated website does not offer a satisfaction guarantee for Environ Skin Care products or a free trial offer for any of the Environ Skin Care products.
  • The Environ Skin Care products do not seem to include proven ingredients like Matrixyl 3000 or Argatensyl.

The Bottom Line

The Environ Skin Care line leaves more questions about their products than they answer. Consumers are warned against purchasing their products from unauthorized dealers , but they do not list their authorized dealers. This also makes it impossible to compare the Environ Skin Care line of products to similar products, which also offer anti-aging results. This problem is only compounded by the Environ Skin Care company’s lack of information about the individual products. They do not provide a full list of ingredients to the consumer through their dedicated website.

Consumers looking for anti-aging products for wrinkle reduction and increased firmness of the skin should look for products containing ingredients such as Matrixyl 3000 or Argatensyl. Both of these ingredients have been proven through clinical trials to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. It is important for a full list of ingredients be disclosed about the product to ensure safety from allergies and to be able to compare to other products. Consumers should also look for products which offer a money back guarantee or a free trial of the products before purchasing to guarantee their satisfaction with the products. This shows the company is confident in their products quality and abilities to fulfill its consumer’s needs.


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