What You Should Know
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Miracle Hydrate is a product that was created by Willis Dupont. We have heard the claims that celebrities use this product as an anti-wrinkle agent. The makers also try to reinforce the point that it is made with Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamin C.
Miracle Hydrate is said to be a topical anti-wrinkle agent endorsed by celebrities. Although the official website claims that the product contains Hyaluronic Acid and Vitamin C, it does not give much more information about other ingredients. Hyaluronic Acid naturally exists in the body and is thought to boost collagen production. Our natural collagen production slows down as we get older and some may think that if Hyaluronic Acid can boost the production of collagen then it can also smooth out wrinkles. As far as the Vitamin C goes, scientific studies show that it loses its effectiveness when it touches air, and can become harmful to your skin by possibly increasing the possibility of forming free radicals.
- Contains Hyaluronic Acid, an ingredient that naturally exists in the body and may be backed by clinical studies.
- Is not very forthcoming about the entirety of the ingredients.
- No free trial or risk free product offers.
- Scientifically advanced ingredients are not listed as part of the ingredients.
- Only appears to contain one of the ingredients to repair signs of aging.
- Website seems to be more focused on their celebrity endorsements then on the product it’s self.
- No visible customer service.
- Were not able to find consumer testimonials or ratings.
The Bottom Line
Although Miracle Hydrate is endorsed by celebrities, so are many other products that do not deliver what they propose. Hyaluronic Acid does hold some potential, but has not yet been proven to be effective in reducing wrinkles. While scientific studies show that Vitamin C can help with wrinkles, they find this only to be true if you make the product yourself, then use it immediately. This is due to the potentially harmful effects caused by the oxidation process which can actually activate the formation of free radicals. It is believed that even though Hyaluronic Acid may be an effective agent in smoothing out those wrinkles and fine lines, the facts listed about the Vitamin C far outweigh the good in this product. In fact, since free radicals disrupt living cells and increase the signs of aging, it appears that this product’s ingredients can actually counter react with each other. It is also considered a bad idea to buy a product like Miracle Hydrate before you know what the entirety of the ingredients are, due to the chance of certain skin allergies. The contradictory ingredients featured in Miracle Hydrate leave us feeling a bit confused.