Anti-Aging Treatments for the Skin (2)

Woman with a normal type of skin
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The regular skin care and beauty products lines are reasonably priced for products of their type (premium-level products). The prices for these (depending on product) range from $10-30 (U.S.) dollars. The intensive treatment products (Bone Marrow Oil Creams and Brain Lipid Creams) range in price (depending on purchase amounts) from $60 to over $300 (U.S.) dollars.
While nearly all of the reviews and claims made for these products are based on anecdotal evidence, the research we did shows that Ms. Chicet’s reputation as an expert is undisputed.
Kinerase is a line of skin moisturizing and anti-aging products created and marketed by Valeant Pharmaceuticals International. This product is comprised of cosmetic and OTC (over the counter) products containing N6-Furfuryladenine, a synthetic plant growth factor, which has been shown to slow the changes in the cell-aging process of plants. N6-Furfuryladenine helps the skin retain moisture, which in turn helps to maintain a plumper, more-youthful appearance. The N6-Furfuryladenine is considered a safer alternative for people who have had bad reactions or shown sensitivity to Retinoid-based products (retinoic acid being a common ingredient in many anti-aging therapies in recent years).
Regular use of the cream has the effect of reversing the appearance of lines and wrinkles. At the same time, it provides superior moisturization for all skin types. Kinerase produces both cream and lotion formulas - which are indicated for different skin types and needs. The products are non-comedogenic (so they won’t clog the pores of the skin) and hypo-allergenic (so they are less likely to cause an allergic reaction in the skin).
The company even boasts that their products are suitable for moisturizing the skin of people with a number of skin conditions – rosacea, eczema, and dermatitis – and of people who have undergone cosmetic skin procedures – laser resurfacing and microdermabrasion. However, they do recommend consulting your physician before using the product if you fall into either of these categories.
The line of products available from Kinerase ranges in price from $30-$120 (U.S.) dollars, depending on the product and quantity purchased. Our research showed that apart from the information on results found on the Kinerase website, the recommendations for Kinerase’s effectiveness were mostly from sites retailing the product. We could find no independent studies featuring Kinerase to validate the claims, although the photo evidence and the products’ popularity appear to validate its benefits to some degree.
The company appeared to offer NO celebrity statements of endorsement, although Courtney Cox-Arquette is featured as a model on the website.
These are just three of the products out there. There are literally hundreds more, many of which offer similar ingredients, with similar claims of effectiveness, but at much lower cost. I do recommend that if you wish to try any of these products that you shop around carefully. There are many sites that are offering deals on “Cheap Kinerase” with bargain prices at 30-40% below the prices listed on the Kinerase website. The same is true of “Dremu Oil” and many other premium or luxury skin treatments. However, as with any popular product, scams are in abundance. So, make sure you know who you’re dealing with and that you’re getting exactly what you are paying for.
{Please Note: It is usually our policy to avoid any product endorsements or recommendation of specific brands in order to maintain our objectivity and allow our readers to be assured that we are not acting as paid mouthpieces for a corporate entity. The information on the products above and their inclusion in this article is as a result of their current popularity and to allow you, the reader, to have what information we can provide to help you make choices with which you can be happy.}
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