What You Should Know
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Wrinkle Raiders was created by the company Herbal Luxuries. Herbal Luxuries claims to offer affordable and healthy skin care products that can be used by people of every ethnic background and skin type. This company has an amazing range of products that cover categories such as aromatherapy, skin care, cellulite treatments, hair care, and more. The products claim to be completely holistic as well.
Wrinkle Raiders is their signature anti-aging product but you may find some other wrinkle fighters in the facial serums or moisturizer categories. We can’t find any history about Herbal Luxuries on the official website so we aren’t sure who runs this company or where it is based.
Wrinkle Raiders claims to be an all natural anti-aging moisturizer. Wrinkle Raiders contains a large number of anti-oxidants and fruit acids as well as DMAE, which claims to lift and tighten the skin. There are also some common wrinkle fighter ingredients such as Coenzyme Q10 and Alpha Lipoic Acid.
Wrinkle Raiders contains: Distilled Water, Aloe barbadensis leaf gel (Aloe Vera), Rosemary distillate, Lavender distillate, Helicrysum distillate, DMAE, Antioxidant Herbal Extract complex, Organic Rosa mosqueta seed oil (Rose Hips), Caprylic/capric triglyceride, Glyceryl stearate, Organic Calophyllum inophyllum (Foraha), Extra Virgin Olive Oil, Cetyl Alcohol NF, Co-Enzyme Q10, Behenyl Alcohol, Retinyl Palmitate (Vitamin A), Ascorbyl Palmitate (Vitamin C Ester), Glycerine, Alpha Lipoic Acid, d-alpha Tocopherol and Mixed Tocopherols and Tocopheryl Acetate (Vitamin E), White Tea extract, Green Tea extract, Black Willow Bark extract, Seaweed Extract, Maple Sugar Extract (AHA), Mixed Fruit Extracts (AHA), Scleroglucan, Grapefruit seed extract, L-Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C), dl-Panthenol (Pro Vitamin B-5), Hydrolyzed Oat flour, Allantoin, Essential oils of, Salvia sclarea (Clary Sage), organic Lavandula angustifolia (Lavender), Citrus sinensis (Orange), Daucus carota (Carrot Seed), organic Helichrysum italicum (Helichrysum), Citric Acid, Potassium Sorbate, Phenoxyethanol, Xanthan gum.
- You can easily purchase Wrinkle Raiders from the official Herbal Luxuries website.
- There is a membership available that will get you 15% off of future purchases.
- There are no clinical results posted on the official website.
- Some of the ingredients may cause skin irritation in certain people.
- Reviews around the Internet show very mixed opinions on Wrinkle Raiders.
The Bottom Line
Wrinkle Raiders isn’t too expensive but seems very similar to all of the other anti-aging serums. There isn’t anything like the inclusion of a cutting edge peptide that truly sets this product apart from the rest of the crowd. We like the fact that they use holistic ingredients and list all of these ingredients on the website, but we just can’t recommend a product that doesn’t have clinical trial results posted. If you can obtain a sample of Wrinkle Raiders, you can give it a shot but right now it just seems like one out of the man similar products currently on the market.