Nano Pure White by Lexmo is produced and marketed as a skin care product that claims to have the ability to reduce wrinkles and fine lines, and promote healthy skin. While the product was originally developed in Switzerland, it is believed that the company may be based solely out of Malaysia now. In this review we are going to explore the ingredients with the purpose of determining whether or not this product will be able to deliver what it proposes.
Since the company claims that this product can help in reducing the signs of aging, we are going to take a closer look at the ingredients to see if we can find anything that could possible lead to wrinkle reduction. It was found that some of the ingredients in Nano Pure White are Ascorbic Acid, Rose Water, Aminopropyl Ascorbyl Phosphate) and Licorice Extract. Lexmo Nano Pure White is designed for twice daily application.
It is believed that the Ascorbic Acid in this product was intended to be an anti-oxidant, but sometimes things are not what they seem to be. While Ascorbic Acid is supposed to be a high-end ingredient, we have found through previous research that there are many more effective ingredients out there. It should also be pointed out that antioxidant should not be translated as “wrinkle reducer” or an anti-wrinkle agent. At best, it may be considered as a preventative measure against future wrinkles. As a whole, the Nano Pure White product seems to have a somewhat generic make up that can easily be found in a variety of skin care products, and for a much cheaper price.
- Includes Ascorbic Acid in the list of ingredients.
- Appears to be made from all natural ingredients.
- Twice-daily application of Nano Pure White could become inconvenient.
- Unable to locate any available free trials.
- No free samples were found.
- No clinically proven ingredients were included in the ingredients list.
The Bottom Line
In conclusion, we would have to say that that Nano Pure White is not a terrible product. Most women will find that you may be able to discover a similar product with similar ingredients in a nearby department store. You may also be able to find some kind of a return policy for rival products, since Nano Pure White does not appear to offer one at this time. This may be especially considered as an alternative when thinking about the fact that there appears to be no online official website. We find that most women don’t mind paying a little more for something if they know it is going to work, but with this product it may be hard to convince most women that it is worth the price that the company is asking for it.