What You Should Know
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|Zenbiotics Skin Therapy||
Zenbiotic Skin Therapy is available in a product line. Claims are that this product approaches skin care in a new way while nourishing the skin. However there is one product in this line that we are going to take a look at that is said to firm up the skin and smooth out wrinkles. In this review we are going to research the ingredients in this product in order to determine whether or not it can deliver as an anti-wrinkle product.
The name of the product in this line that we will be researching is Synergy Enzyme Serum. According to our source, this product contains the following ingredients: Organic Aloe, Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin A and B, Betacarotine, B complex, Omega 3, Omega 6, Omega 9, key anti-oxidants, Zinc, Selenium, Calcium, Co-Q10, Chromium, Lavender and a proprietary charged organic herbal blend.
It is felt that it is necessary to notify the potential consumer that the official site instructs customers not to use this as a moisturizer because the intended use is not to moisturize, but to provide raw nutrition. The website states that misuse of this product could result in minimal absorption levels, increase detoxification, and or cause other issues.
The first active ingredient that we will examine is Vitamin A. This is also known as Retinol. Retinol has been known to cause skin rashes, and increase sensitivity to the sun, requiring one to use sun block while using this product. The most often use for this ingredient is to treat acne, and to peel off the top layers of your skin to reveal the new skin underneath. Another ingredient is Hyaluronic Acid. While this ingredient is now involved in clinical studies, the results are still inconclusive at this point. This ingredient is also known to cause skin rashes on people with sensitive skin. This is usually considered to be most effective in hydrating the skin.
- Appears to contain Hyaluronic Acid.
- May be considered to have a fair price.
- Official website was able to be easily located.
- Ingredients were well listed.
- 2 of the main ingredients are known to cause rashes
- Does not appear to contain any patented anti-wrinkle agents
- No free trials were found
The Bottom Line
Some potential consumers may find it hard to want to purchase an item that has such a high possibility of causes certain skin problems.
It is thought that most people with sensitive skin probably will not be able to use this product, nor it is believed that it would be worth the risk to try. This product also fails to contain any patented ingredients. Nor does it seem to have any clinical or scientific proof to back up the claims of being an anti-wrinkle agent. The potential customer must ask themselves before purchasing this product if this product could possibly benefit their skin type.