Sesha Skin Therapy Review

Overview

Sesha Skin Therapy was developed by Dr. Julian Whitaker, a medical doctor with extensive experience in the fields of preventative medicine and natural healing. Dr. Whitaker recently introduced what he calls a “high end” line of natural skincare products that claim to use a patented technology to deliver serious nutrition deep into the skin to produce results which are “undeniable” and can actually be seen. Sesha Skin Therapy is designed to work for all skin types claiming to be gentle enough for the most sensitive skin and so deeply nourishing that it is perfect for skin over 50 as well. There are six products in the Sesha Skin Therapy line. The products can be purchased as a kit or individually. The six products are Botanical Moisturizing Cream, Natural Toner, Optimum Super C Serum, Optimum Cream, Optimum Eye Infusion Gel and Elixer Day Repair SPF 30. The products may be purchased online through the official website although they may also be found through other retail establishments.

Product Details

As per the official website, the ingredients are Coenzyme 10, Squalane (Olive Oil), Beta Glucan, Green Tea, Grape Seed Extract, Witch Hazel, Fruit Extracts, Ginger Root Extract, Grapefruit Extract, Vitamins C and E, DMAE, Argireline, Alpha Lipoic Acid, Shea Butter, Glutathione, Seaweed Extract, Caffeine, Jojoba Oil, Lecithin, Plankton Extract and Vitamin B12. Dr. Whitaker advises that most skin care products are only “trans-cellular” which means that the nutrients only penetrate through the top layers of the skin and that some only sit on the top layer of the skin. The claim for Sesha Skin Therapy is that the PET delivery technology is “inter-cellular” which means “in or around the cells” and that this is the secret to true nourishment that helps to smooth the appearance of wrinkles and firm the skin.

The Good

  • The products can be purchased online from the manufacturer.
  • The official website features a 10% discount if 3 or more products are purchased.

The Bad

  • There are no customer testimonials available for consumers to review on the official website.
  • There is no free trial period offered on the official website.
  • There is no clinical research posted on the official website.
  • The official website disclaimer states that the products are not FDA approved.

The Bottom Line

Sesha Skin Therapy does contain Argireline however most of the other ingredients are basic botanicals found in many inexpensive skin care lines. The company does not offer a free trial period and does not post any customer testimonials or clinical research. In fact the disclaimer on the official website states that the products are only the opinion of Dr. Whitaker and have not been tested and approved by the FDA. Consumers would benefit themselves by searching for skin care products that contain advanced ingredients such as Matrixyl 3000, Real Collagen and Hyaluronic Acid which have been proven safe for use in the fight against premature aging of the skin.

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