Kinerase Review


Kinerase is marketed as a very gentle skin care system that claims to have been scientifically shown to reduce the effects of age damage from the sun, “liver spot” blotches, and roughness. Kinerase bases many of its products on a substance called kinetin, which is an herbal extract. This extract is what keeps plant leaves moist under all types of conditions. Kinerase claims that when kinetin is applied to the skin, the skin will also retain moisture in a similar fashion.

Kinerase offers a very wide range of products that cover everything from your standard moisturizers to instant face lifts in a bottle. Many of the Kinerase products are hypoallergenic and contain many all-natural ingredients. The Kinerase official website offers two separate collections. One is the Kinerase Core Collection, which uses kinetin and the Kinerase, Pro+Therapy which uses a different extract called Zeatin. Kinerase Cream is part of the Core Collection and is one of the most popular products available from this company. It is sold in dermatologist offices all over the world.

Product Details

Kinerase Cream claims to improve the tone of your skin and to help reduce the appearance of sun damage and aging. Kinerase Cream stresses that it improves your skin’s natural ability to retain moisture and that it helps to prevent water loss on a cellular level. This cream does contain soluble collagen and hydrolyzed elastin, which may both help your skin become more firm, but studies are inconclusive as to how well these actually work when absorbed through the skin.

Kinerase Cream ingredients: N6 Furfuryladenine (Kinetin) (0.1%) ,Water, Glyceryl Stearate, Isopropyl Palmitate, Propylene Glycol, Stearic Acid, Cetyl Alcohol, Carthamus Tinctorius (Safflower) Seed OiI, Glycine Soja Sterol (Soybean), Stearyl Alcohol, Laureth 23, Dimethicone, Citric Acid, Sodium Hydroxide, Soluable Collagen, Kinetin, Carbomer, Panthenol, Ascorbic Acid, Hydrolyzed Elastin, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Imidazolidinyl Urea, Triethanolamine, Methylparaben, Propylparaben.

The Good

  • Kinerase Cream contains numerous plant extracts.
  • This product is very gentle and claims to be hypo-allergenic.
  • Contains collagen and elastin.


The Bad

  • Expensive. 2.8 ounces of the Kinerase Cream is over $115.00.
  • No money back guarantee is offered on the official website.
  • No free trial is available on the official website.
  • No ingredients are listed on the official website.
  • Though it claims to be hypo-allergenic, this product contains synthetic paraben preservatives, which have been shown to irritate sensitive skin.

The Bottom Line

Kinerase Cream is very expensive and, in our opinion, it doesn’t have enough information to warrant such a high price tag. There is no free trial and no money-back guarantee, which is pretty disappointing. Kinerase Cream does use mostly holistic ingredients and has a very mild formula that may appeal to some people. We would have liked to see some testimonials and clinical trial data posted on the official website as well as a company history. There just aren’t enough of the top, proven wrinkle fighters in this product when compared to other, more cutting edge creams on the market.


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