What You Should Know
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Syence Skin Care Laboratories produce a variety of skincare products both in the United States and the United Kingdom. Their anti-aging line consists of Skin Memory Venom Cream, Servital Intensive Body Defense, Eraser, Clarity, Rescue Intensive Recovery Serum, and Youth.
Perhaps the most unique of these products is the Skin Memory Venom Cream. As its name suggests, this product contains an ingredient that is very similar to actual snake venom. It is supposed to be applied directly to the face around the areas with excessive lines and wrinkles. However, we can’t be sure of its effectiveness since the complete ingredient list is not available.
Another of the products, Youth, is a skin cream that is designed to release a constant supply of amino acids, vitamins, and minerals to your skin all day long. Its ingredients include Marine Algae, Milk Protein, Quinoa Oil, Thiotain, Vitamins C, A, and E, and most importantly hyaluronic acid.
- Syence products are readily available online and through certain salons as well.
- The Syence website is easy to understand and navigate.
- One of the ingredients used in some of the products is Hyaluronic Acid, which can be effective at fighting the signs of aging by keeping the skin moisturized. Since dry skin ages more quickly, intensive moisture can help counteract that.
- Matrixyl is apparently not included in the ingredients of Syence products. Hyaluronic acid works best when used in combination with this agent.
- There is no return policy or money-back guarantee listed on the company website.
- There does not appear to be any customer testimonials from satisfied customers who have found the products to be effective.
- There are not complete ingredient lists available for each product.
- Syence products are extremely expensive as many are over $200. This knocks out most of the average customer base right there.
- There is no evidence of clinical trials or scientific research proving the effectiveness of Syence products.
The Bottom Line
There are simply too many negative aspects of Syence products to be ignored–the cost, the lack of ingredients, no apparent money-back guarantee, vital ingredients missing (Matrixyl or Argireline), and lack of research to name a few. If by some chance you can afford these products, be aware that the products may not work and you may not get your money back. A safer option would be to find a product that has been tested and is proven to be effective. A company who genuinely believes in their product should have no problem offering a money-back guarantee to safeguard the consumer. As always, look for complete ingredient lists so that you know exactly what you are putting on your skin.