What You Should Know
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|Zelens Skin Science||
Zelens Skin Science is a skin care line that claims it has a new way to approach the scientific side of natural beauty. The products in this line are usually found to have to be purchased separately causing their already high price to go even higher. the purpose of this review is to determine whether or not these sophisticated products that are being offered are worth there sophisticated prices.
There appears to be very vague descriptions given about the ingredients and make up of these products. The only ingredients that were found to be listed on the website are VITAMIN A, VITAMIN C, C-60, ALOE VERA, and SHEA BUTTER.
VITAMIN A is also known as RETINOL. It has been known to cause skin rashes and to increase sensitivity to the sunlight, causing people who use products with these ingredients to have to wear sun block in order to stop damaging UV rays. VITAMIN C, while it was once considered to be an essential ingredient in anti-wrinkle agents, according to scientific studies, has now been found to be potentially harmful to your skin. It shows that the oxidation process that happens when this ingredient is exposed to the air can actually enhance the production of free radicals, therefore causing more harm than good. C-60 is also considered to be harmful when used in certain environments. As a matter of fact, scientists use strict precautions when dealing with this ingredient. It is assumed that it is used in such small amounts in skin care products that it may not be rendered as dangerous.
Then there is also ALOE VERA. It is known all over the world to be a universal healing agent and can be grown almost anywhere. The role that it is supposed to play in this particular product is unsure. SHEA BUTTER is more than likely going to be the moisturizer in this. It is widely available in many cheap over the counter skin care products. It is often used by pregnant women with the theory that it will prevent stretch marks by improving the skins elasticity. It has been said that it can also help in smoothing the stretch marks that you may already have. This is probably where the idea came from to use it as an anti-wrinkle agent. However, there is no scientific studies that prove any of these theories.
- May contain strong moisturizers.
- Company has an official website that this product can be purchased through.
- Some ingredients were listed online.
- Very expensive.
- Some ingredients may be harmful.
- No testimonials appear to be available.
- Research was not found to support these claims.
- Contains no proven ingredients.
The Bottom Line
Since these products present a price range that goes from $50 to $250 and when used all together, which it recommends to do, can add up to $1,310. This price does not include shipping and handling charges. This is considered to be a completely outrageous price, especially when considering that most of the ingredients may be found in skin care products that are available in your local pharmacy for under $10 each. This would leave you with a price of only $70. If you have money throw away, then these products could be the right ones for you.