What You Should Know
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|Gerda Spillman Prestige||
Gerda Spillman Prestige is only one of the products that are available through the Gerda Spillman Company. This company is thought to be located somewhere in Switzerland. This particular product, according to the website, is said to be an anti-aging serum. Through this review we will try to reveal whether or not there could be any validity to this claim.
Introduced to us as a skin care product, Gerda Spillman Prestige is available online from an official website and a number of retailers. The claims that have been made about this product, according to the website, are that it has been “proven” to smooth your skin and even out your skin tone by diminishing the wrinkles on a user’s face. It is said that Gerda Spillman Prestige will reduce the wrinkles and fine lines on a user’s face by 46% in only 28 days.
If the claims that are made about this product are true, then this would be considered to be a remarkable product. However, no matter how much most women would want this to be true, some potential inconsistencies have been found. Although the marketers are claiming the reported results are proven, no clinical proof for Gerda Spillman Prestige is provided. There are a few ways that tests can be done to prove if a product works. One of them is for the company to perform their own tests. Another is to have it scientifically tested by independent research groups. If this product really has been proven, then some may feel that more information should be released about the studies.
Finally, it is hard to get past the fact that no ingredients have been disclosed on the Gerda Spillman website, and if they are listed they are not necessarily easy to locate. Without the ingredients it is not easy to determine whether or not this could be an effective product. Research on this product is not possible to do because of the lack of information that is available through the website.
- Possible great anti-wrinkle agent.
- Can be easily ordered online.
- No lists of ingredients are available.
- Lack of evidence of actual studies.
- Total lack of information about this product.
- Product is quite expensive.
The Bottom Line
Although the official web presence for Gerda Spillman Prestige looks solid at first, once you read the claims of the alleged capabilities, the information seems to abruptly dry up. This could possibly leave one to wonder if the reason for the lack of information is so that it could not be determined whether or not product claims are really backed up. This lack of information, which includes no list of ingredients, could also pose a problem for people with skin allergies. Just as it seems to be a bit unprofessional because of the failure to list the ingredients, the website appears to be unprofessional because of its generic appearance and awkwardly managed features. Some may expect better marketing skills from a company that charges $119 for one product, which is the case with Gerda Spillman Prestige.