Eterna Bella Keyano Review


Eterna Bella Keyano is a product of Keyano Aromatics, a company that claims to sell natural products developed in collaboration with top therapists and healers around the world. The founder of the company, Bill Comiskey, is a naturopath who claims to have scoured the globe in search of the best ingredients that Mother Nature has to offer. The company provides products for individuals and for spas, and primarily focuses on hair and skin care as well as bath and body products.

Eterna Bella Keyano is the anti-aging product that is offered by this company. This serum supposedly will reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, increase hydration, protect from free radical damage, boost collagen and elastin and tone the skin, according to the company website. We will examine the formula for Eterna Bella Keyano to see if this single product really can deliver on all that it promises.

Product Details

The ingredients listed for Eterna Bella Keyano include Acetyl hexapeptide-3, Palmitoyl Pentapeptide-3, Coenzyme Q10, DMAE, Alpha lipoic acid, Panthenol, Sodium Hyaluronate, and Seaweed Complex. There are a couple of ingredients that we are pleased to see included in this formula. Acetyl hexapeptide-3 is known by its commercial name of argireline, and it is effective in relaxing facial muscles that lead to fine lines and wrinkles. This substance has been clinically proven to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles by up to 30%.

Another good substance in the Eterna Bella Keyano is palmitoyl pentapeptide-3, also known as matrixyl. Matrixyl can stimulate the production of both collagen and elastin in the skin – substances that tend to be lost as the skin ages. This decrease in collage and elastin may result in sagging skin and wrinkles, so replenishing them is an important step in turning back the clock on the skin. We are also happy to see that Eterna Bella Keyano includes hyaluronic acid, an effective skin hydrator that can help skin retain its moisture. With so many good ingredients in the formula, we are surprised to see that the company does not appear to offer customer testimonials or a money back guarantee on purchases. In fact, one online retailer states quite clearly that all sales are final. This policy does not inspire much confidence in the product based on either the manufacturer or the companies that sell it.

The Good

  • The Eterna Bella Keyano contains matrixyl, argireline and hyaluronic acid.
  • The product is available from a variety of online retailers.

The Bad

  • The company does not appear to offer the products for sale directly.
  • We were unable to find customer testimonials for the product.
  • There does not seem to be a money back guarantee available.

The Bottom Line

Consider the number of good ingredients in the Eterna Bella Keyano, we would expect the company to have more confidence in their product. We caution consumers against purchasing skin care online without any sort of a money back guarantee attached. There are other products available that can provide the same results with the full backing of the companies that offer them.

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  1. Ildiko Kozsan July 11, 2011

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