What You Should Know
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Renuven Wrinkle Cream claims to be an instant wrinkle remover with long term effects and bills itself as a “botox alternative” like many other anti-aging products. We can’t seem to find an official website for Renuven Wrinkle Cream but there are many sales pages for this product that seem to cover all the details. Renuven, according to the various sites, is supposed to work in just 60 seconds, penetrates through seven skin layers, and even helps collagen to form deep within the skin.
It appears that this product has been featured in numerous women’s magazines such as Allure and Vogue but the snippets don’t say if they came from the magazine’s reviewer or just a sales page placed in the magazine.
The main ingredient in Renuven Wrinkle Cream seems to be either Emu Oil, hyaluronic acid or Silicon Dioxide depending on what sales page you happen to visit. Our guess is that it probably contains all three of these ingredients since we can’t find the full list of ingredients..
It’s hard to figure out whether or not this product is worth your time because it seems to be promoted by private individuals running long sales page ads. You know these ads. They are very long, have amazing claims and stories, and somewhere at the very bottom is an e-mail sign up and a link to buy the product. In our experience, this is usually a sign of a low quality and expensive product that was designed to be sold through affiliates.
There are many third-party reviews around the Internet but none of them seem to be very impressed with Renuven Wrinkle Cream at all.
- Almost all of the Renuven sales pages feature before and after pictures.
- We can’t find the complete list of ingredients for Renuven anywhere and the main ingredient seems to vary from site to site.
- The price seems to fluctuate between $20 and $100 depending on what site you visit.
- The active ingredients are very common in other, cheaper anti-wrinkle products.
The Bottom Line
Products like Renuven Wrinkle Cream were created for one reason and that is to make money. It’s possible that this product works and just has terrible use of advertising but we don’t think you should take that risk. It’s also a good idea to skip strange looking web pages that ask for your name and e-mail address so you don’t end up on a lot of unwanted mailing lists.
There are just too many similar products that are more well known than Renuven at this time and based on this, we just can’t recommend it.