What You Should Know
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The Roc Retinol Correxion product is manufactured by Roc. The company was created in France in the 1950s and transplanted in the United States in the late 1990s. The product boasts as an anti-wrinkle solution, but with Retinol as the only major ingredient with any backing as an anti-wrinkle ingredient, these claims may be farfetched.
There is no official website that could be found for the Roc Retinol Correxion or the Roc company. A lack of website is a negative for any company trying to gain trust with a consumer. All information on the Roc Retinol Correxion is collected via a third party retailer.
The complete list of ingredients for the Roc Retinol Correxion includes Retinol, Zinc, Magnesium and Copper Gluconate. We were hoping to find a few more ingredients to give this product a bit of anti-wrinkle fighting power, but this list is all there is to offer. The basis of Retinol is Vitamin A and can help shed off the dead layer of skin on the surface. While this can give the skin a brighter look, there is no real anti-aging qualities that Retinol can offer the Roc Retinol Correxion product.
The remaining ingredients are commonly used as natural sunscreens and astringents. In fact, the Zinc can lead to skin irritation if used by some people with sensitive skin. Without a formal website, the Roc company does not have a platform to support their product and list scientific studies to back the use of these specific ingredients in their Roc Retinol Correxion product.
There is a concern with the use of Retinol is any product without a website. Retinol is known to cause skin irritation in people with sensitive skin conditions. Without a website, there is no way for the company to warn the consumer about this irritation.
- The product is inexpensive at about $20.00 per ounce.
- Roc Retinol Correxion can be found easily online.
- Roc Retinol Correxion is sold through common retailers like Walgreens.
- There are no ingredients aimed at reducing the look of wrinkles.
- No official website means no support for the product.
- Consumers have to trust a third party website in order to find information on the Roc Retinol Correxion.
- The price is too high for a simple facial lotion.
The Bottom Line
When a consumer begins a search for an anti-wrinkle cream or lotion, they are looking for ingredients proven to reduce the look of wrinkles on the skin, customer service to back up the product and scientific proof the ingredients work as stated. The Roc Retinol Correxion offers none of these. The consumer would be better off choosing a different anti-wrinkle cream with at least one of the above mentioned necessities.