Noevir is a skin care company based in Japan. The company bases their success on the fact that all of their products are made from natural ingredients. The sources are said to come from exotic far away places such as France and Germany however they also claims to use ingredients manufactured or grown in the United States and China. The purpose of their products is to address the problem of aging skin which all of must face at one time or another. They boast that the formulas will help the skin maintain a more youthful appearance while combating the free radicals which damage our skin in the first place.
One of the products in the line which is specifically formulated for aging skin is the Noevir Revitalizer NT. The product is intended to work as an intensive anti-wrinkle serum which not only targets deep wrinkles but will also help to reinforce the skin for a smoother appearance. According to the official website, the primary active ingredient in Noevir Revitalizer NT is Duabanga Leaf Extract which is an effective treatment for crow’s feet, laugh lines and other lines and wrinkles on the skin. They claim that Noevir Revitalizer NT is a “great alternative to injections and surgeries”. The full list of ingredients is not listed on the website making any claims to be a guess at best. Additionally there is no clinical research and no before and after photos of those who have experienced positive results from using the products.
- Noevir products are formulated to address the problem of aging of the skin.
- The official website makes the products available for purchase directly from the manufacturer.
- The full list of ingredients is not published on the product website.
- There is no clinical data to support the product claims.
- No before and after photos are posted on the website.
The Bottom Line
In order to make a full assessment of a skin care product, the full list of ingredients must be disclosed. Noevir Revitalizer NT may contain many botanicals but if the formula was made with the latest advanced ingredients, surely the company would have made it known. $150 sure is a lot to pay for plant extracts. This fact certainly does not instill a since of confidence in the potential buyers of their products. Consumers only want the facts such as a list of the advanced ingredients, before and after photos and the clinical data which will back up the bold claims that most skin care companies tend to make. Without these things, the claims are just a lot of fluff intended to sell their products. Ultimately, we would keep looking for a better product after our research.