What You Should Know
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Relaxalyne is made by a company called ‘Skin Doctors’. All of the products offered by Skin Doctors are geared towards women as the company’s mission is to “help women all over the world to look dramatically younger”. The company claims to “bridge the gap between ordinary skin care and cosmetic procedures by offering professional strength, science based skin care treatments”. Skin Doctors has been in business for over a decade and offers products to over thirty countries worldwide. Relaxalyne is marketed as an “injection free facial relaxer”.
Skin Doctors claims that when used as directed, Relaxalyne will reduce the appearance of wrinkles by up to fifty percent in a thirty day period. This is a substantial claim. The product is meant to be a topical alternative to Botox injections. Botox is a powerful anti-aging treatment which temporarily paralyzes the muscles in the face to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and prevents the formation of new wrinkles as well.
- Skin Doctors has a professional website and a good online presence.
- Relaxalyne may contain an advanced anti-aging ingredient called Argireline which has been proven in scientific studies to reduce the appearance of wrinkles on the facial skin.
- Relaxalyne is no longer available from the manufacturer’s website.
- At the time of this review, we were unable to locate before & after photos to substantiate claims that Relaxalyne would reduce wrinkles by up to fifty percent in thirty days.
- The results of our research shows that Relaxalyne has been discontinued and is not available for purchase through the manufacturer or other online retailers.
The Bottom Line
Sometimes after a manufacturer has discontinued a product, consumers can still find it for sale through various online retailers. When this is the case, we can not ethically recommend a product. At the time of this review, we were not able to locate the product ingredients used in Relaxalyne – not even its active ingredients. If consumers are able to find the product for sale online, it would be our recommendation to look elsewhere for a reliable solution to treating the signs of aging. While our research has found that Relaxalyne likely contained the advanced ingredient Argireline, we are not sure what percentage or concentration it contained and are therefore unable to determine the product’s effectiveness. It would be better if online retailers who were still selling Relaxalyne would offer a money back guarantee or at least provided customer testimonials from consumers who have tried the product with positive results. With discontinued products, we find it difficult to tell consumers that it would be okay to go ahead with a purchase when there must be a reason that the product was discontinued. Consumers who are looking for reliable anti-aging skin care regimens should continue to look elsewhere for products that are not discontinued.