What You Should Know
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University Medical carries a line of products for anti-aging and acne. They were established in 1992, so they have been around for some time, although not as long as other competing companies. The goal of University Medical was to provide people with a line of products that would help fight and prevent acne and fight aging skin. They wanted to provide all of this for a low price that wouldn’t break the bank for their consumers. All of the products manufactured by University Medical can be found in stores such as Wal-greens, Target, Wal-Mart, and other drugstores. The line of products can also be purchased from their official website. Two of the leading products they carry are the Wrinkle Free Kit and the AcneFree Severe System.
The biggest product manufactured by University Medical is the Medical Wrinkle Free Kit. This kit is supposed to give you a complete face lift. It is described to do the same thing as botox at a fraction of the price. When using the kit, results are said to be instant. The main ingredient of the Wribkle Free kit is Hyaluronic Acid. Topical application will not provide the instant results as injection application, and therefore the product claims can be refuted. The University Medical Wrinkle Free kit can be purchased for about $30. You first use the face relaxer, then the Hyaluronic Acid to fill in the wrinkles. This is supposed to provide the instant face lift like results. No ingredients can be found for the products on the website.
- They have an official website.
- The products can be purchased from a store near you.
- There are no studies to prove the products work.
- There are no list of ingredients found on the website for the products.
- There are no testimonies found on the company’s website.
- Hyaluronic Acid is suppose to be injected not applied topically.
The Bottom Line
Hyaluronic Acid is a proven ingredient in many anti-aging products on the market today. Though this is a cost effective alternative to some of the other products we have reviewed, the simple fact that instant results are claimed is enough to push us away from recommending this product because we already know that topical treatments will not provide the instant results as will injections. The company would do well to provide a complete list of ingredients, alter their claim to suggest almost instant results, and include positive testimonials along with some sort of product guarantee. The fact that this product can be purchased in chain stores and online is a good thing for most people.