What You Should Know
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The product Freezox appears to be a peptide-based anti-wrinkle treatment. Freezox is a topical cream that claims to dramatically reduce fine lines on the face and neck that are the result of the aging process. Unlike some other wrinkle treatments that we’ve looked at, Freezox seems to come with several emphatic warnings. For example, Freezox is not for use by persons under the age of 18, nor should it be used by pregnant women. The product appears to be suitable for both women and men trying to reverse the appearance of aging. Freezox also cautions users to keep the product away from young children.
So what’s in this presumably potent anti-aging cream? Freezox appears to have included several protein-based peptides in its formulation. The most highly hyped of these are peptides called Octapeptide-3 and Tripeptide-5. It is implied that these peptides will alter your skin’s molecular composition in such a way that the skin’s own ability to exfoliate is significantly increased. Freezox also claims that its active peptides will noticeably tighten a users facial skin, flattening out wrinkles. At the astounding price of $197.55 for approximately one fluid ounce (no, that is not a typo) we sure hope that the product actually lives up to its big claims.
Freezox gives the full list of active product ingredients as follows. Other key ingredients found in Freezox are: Hyaluronic Acid, Silk Protein Peptides, MSM, Jojoba Oil, Vegetable Glycerin, DMAE (dimethylaminoethanol), Germall Plus+, Xantham, Frankincense, and Sandalwood.
Unfortunately, no full list of inactive ingredients for Freezox seems to be available. As far as application instructions, few are given. However, users are strongly discouraged from exceeding three daily applications per day. This, paired with the official website’s emphatic “100% legal” claims, make us wonder exactly what’s in Freezox. We’ve looked at a lot of anti-aging products, and very few of them go through so much trouble to reassure users that their product has no harmful side effects. Very few anti-aging products are approved by the FDA, meaning that users truly are taking their chances with an unregulated market.
- Product makes use of patented ingredients.
- Product is available for order online.
- Product formulation includes the moisturizer hyaluronic acid.
- The product retails for a little less than $200.00 from the manufacturer, making it one of the most expensive products we’ve reviewed.
- Product does not come with a money back guarantee.
- For all of the much-hyped peptides in the product formula, little is explained about their effects.
- Product comes with strong warning labels.
The Bottom Line
For that kind of money, the average consumer expects a whole lot. Unfortunately, all we’re left with is a lot of questions about Freezox. You’d think if this company really had discovered some fountain of youth that justified the cost, they’d be only to happy to supply product development details and comparison trials, as well as a full list of all ingredients used. Additionally, if Freezox works that well it wouldn’t be any risk to offer users a money-back guarantee. If you’re as happy with the product as the sellers say you’ll be, you’ll buy more, not ask for your money back.