What You Should Know
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|Eternal Spring Serum||
WinLind is the company that offers Eternal Spring Serum and touts it as the “Anti-aging skin care breakthrough”. This product will supposedly increase skin’s firmness, diminish the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, improve skin’s tone, and moisturize the skin. It is compared on the product website to treatments like Botox and Strivectin-SD in terms of results without the need for repetitive, invasive procedures. We will take a closer look at the formula in the Eternal Spring Serum to see if it can deliver on all of these promises.
We are pleased to see that WinLind limits their anti-aging offerings to a single quality product. We believe that a company that focuses on making a single formula the best that it can be is preferable to a long line of products that may not offer the most benefits due to inadequate research. We are also impressed with the rather generous money back guarantee of up to 180 days that WinLind offers for Eternal Spring Serum. However, we are concerned about the fact that the company and product websites do not seem to provide much specific information about the Eternal Spring Serum, such as a complete ingredient list or clinical research.
Since a complete ingredient list does not seem to be available, it is difficult for us to ascertain whether Eternal Spring Serum is as effective as it advertises. The only ingredients that are alluded to on the product website are vitamins and minerals. The purpose of these nutrients is to replenish those that are lost in the body as blood flow decreases. There is no research or clinical studies provided to support the product’s claims.
We would caution consumers against purchasing any product online when a complete ingredient list is not available. Without this information, it is difficult to know whether the actual formula will be effective and there is no way to tell if there is a substance that could cause an allergic reaction in the mix. When shopping for anti-aging products, we encourage consumers to look for proven ingredients like matrixyl, argireline and hyaluronic acid. We do not know if Eternal Spring Serum contains any of these.
- The product is available for sale on the company website.
- The company provides a generous 180-day money back guarantee.
- A complete ingredient list does not appear to be available at this time.
- The product does not seem to be for sale through other online retailers.
- There may not be any proven anti-aging ingredients in the formula.
The Bottom Line
With such a generous money back guarantee, it would certainly seem that WinLind stands behind their Eternal Spring Serum 100%. However, a lack of specific information about the product does not allow the consumer the same sort of confidence. We would encourage women to look for anti-aging formulas that willingly disclose all of their ingredients for consumers’ inspection before purchasing.