Sonage Review


The Sonage range of skin care products was developed by Sylvie Archenault, an industry professional who has more than thirty years experience working as an esthetician in the skin care industry. The Sonage range consists of forty two individual and professional skin care products. This skin care range includes a six-phase peeling solution for professional use only. The Sonage range can be accessed in day spas and beauty salons. One of the main anti-aging products is the Harmony Glycolic Night Cream.

Product Features

The official website for the Sonage range tells us that the Harmony Glycolic Night Cream will reduce the appearance of fine lines and blemishes. We are told that it will also soften and rejuvenate the skin.

The ingredients in this cream by Sonage consist of Pumpkin, Comfrey, Sage, Peach Sap, Lecithin of Soybean, and Glycolic Acid. The website tells us that all the products in the Sonage range are ecologically aware, without any unnecessary additives, and that these products incorporate the latest discoveries and nature’s purest botanical extracts. The pumpkin extract, which is in the Harmony Glycolic Night Cream, is a rich source of Vitamin A.

Vitamin A is of course known to have beneficial qualities for the skin, and is a commonly found ingredient in skin care products. The official website for Sonage claims that the comfrey and sage included in Harmony Glycolic Night Cream will help promote new cell and collagen production. Glycolic Acid, which is also present in the Harmony Glycolic Night Cream, is of course another commonly found ingredient in anti-aging and anti-wrinkle creams on the market today. You can buy products in the Sonage skin care range in spas and can also order directly from the official website. The price of the Harmony Glycolic Night Cream is $40.

The Good

  • We are told that the products in the Sonage range are ecologically aware.
  • There is a thirty day money back guarantee.
  • The products can be ordered directly from the official website.

The Bad

  • The website does not give details of the spas where Sonage products can be purchased.
  • The main anti aging cream in the Sonage range includes ingredients commonly found in other anti-aging products as well.
  • There does not seem to be a free gift or sample with purchase.
  • Some people have reactions to Glycolic Acid, which is found in the Harmon Glycolic Night Cream.

The Bottom Line

The official website for Sonage Presents is well structured, and the products seem to be pleasantly packaged. The ethos of the company seems to be good, since they tell us that they try to be ecologically aware and the ingredients are sourced from botanical extracts. However, at the end of the day, the ingredients in Sonage’s main anti-aging products are similar to ingredients found in a whole host of other anti-aging creams on the market, making it difficult to see how this one stands out.


  1. Margret November 21, 2010
  2. Craig Edelson May 18, 2010

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