What You Should Know
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|Nano Active Gold Tonic||
The product, Nano Active Gold Tonic is marketed by a company called Lexmo. This product was originally developed in Switzerland, and is now being sold out of Malaysia. In this review we will research the ingredients in order to see if it could be effective in fighting fine lines and wrinkles.
The product we are questioning is Nano Active Gold Tonic. It is sold and manufactured as a skin care product that helps the condition of your skin. The listed ingredients for the Nano Active Gold Tonic are Bio-Gold, IIA, VE, Polysaccharide, Liquid Crystals, and Extract of Aloe Vera.
With these ingredients the company claims that it can help the overall appearance of your skin by providing moisture, reducing pore size and enhancing the nutrition of your skin, while improving skin elasticity, among other things. Information on the Bio-gold ingredient must be limited because no information was found during research. Aloe Vera is a well known ingredient that is thought to have a variety of uses. It is believed that this could improve the skin’s elasticity, but is considered by most people to be out-dated. The same goes for the Liquid Crystals, which also have not been developed with the latest research in mind. It has become clear that there are probably more ingredients out there that could have been used in the development of this product in order to lead to a more promising outcome. It also seems like some of the information about this product may be missing, so we are unable to perform a full analysis in order to find the true effectiveness of this product.
- This product contains Aloe Vera.
- Ingredients are not backed by scientific studies.
- No pricing available.
- Have to order product from Malaysia.
- All around lack of information about this product.
- No official website.
- Risk free trial does not appear to be available.
- Could contain allergens.
- Product proves to be difficult to locate.
The Bottom Line
While trying to research Nano Active Gold Tonic, we found it disturbing that there was such a small amount of information available. In fact, it was found to be extremely frustrating. Even some of the ingredients were virtually unknown, and no information was found on most of them. Another thing is there was no available price. In order to get a price for Nano Active Gold Tonic, you either have to catch the retailer online or you email him through the site and wait for him to get back to you. When looking at the profile of the retailer there was no picture available or hardly any other information either. There also seems to be a possibility that this may not be a complete list of ingredients leading most people, especially those with sensitive skin, to wonder if it contains any toxins or allergens. With the information that is known about this product it is believed that most women would not find it worth the risk, even if it were proven to be inexpensive, to try this product at all. And women with sensitive skin may not find it worth their risk to actually apply this to their skin, not knowing what the outcome could be.