There’s a lot to be said these days for products that have not been tested on animals – especially if the same can also be said for their ingredients. That’s precisely what Elite V-Covery brings to the table – a neck cream designed to help reduce the signs of aging while not bringing along that nagging guilt that comes with all cosmetics that have been tested on animals. Think it’s important to establish the facts before investing?
So, the question is, Will Elite V-Covery turn out to be a product that’s every bit as effective as it is ethical, or is it too much to ask for a product to deliver on both fronts at the same time?
Elite V-Covery uses a patented formula containing Matrixyl 3000, Essenskin, and Lipocare to stage a three-pronged assault on loose, sagging, and generally aging skin around the neck and chin. According to the results of clinical testing, Elite V-Covery has the potential to reduce wrinkles by over 50%, improve the texture of the skin by 21%, and boost skin density by a full 68%. As such, it’s able to restore a youthful look and feel to the skin of the neck, rather than just masking the signs of aging on a temporary basis. The company has a solid enough reputation, and Elite V-Covery is far from the most expensive cream in the world – is it really shaping up to be the best of all worlds?
As far as positives go, they really don’t come much higher than when a product has been put through independent clinical trials – exactly as Elite V-Covery has. This brings huge reassurance which when combined with the reputation of the company behind it and the array of excellent reviews out there adds up to a good case in Elite V-Covery’s favor. The promise of the kind of results you’d usually pay $400 for in a $40 cream really does top-off the product’s real pluses.
Unfortunately, one of the things that doesn’t work at all in Elite V-Covery’s favor is the way in which there are no trial samples offered, nor is there a money-back guarantee – never a positive sign. In addition to this, the manufacture gives a good deal of information about the main ingredients as mentioned above, but it’s difficult to find a full disclosure of ingredients anywhere. On the whole therefore, things are balanced out by these examples of its real minuses.
As stated above, the manufacturer mentions a patented formula containing Matrixyl 3000, Essenskin, and Lipocare but doesn’t go into too much detail about the rest of the ingredients at all. So while it’s said to be as safe and effective as it gets, it’s hard to rule out things like possible allergic reactions and side-effects. That being said, at least the product and its ingredients have not been tested on animals.
It’s more of a judgment call than anything else with Elite V-Covery as while it may have been put through plenty of testing and has been proven as effective for most, there’s no money back guarantee in place if you turn out to be one of those it doesn’t work for. More importantly, not knowing the ingredients that comprise this cream can be downright dangerous. Definitely not the best product out there, and not worth the risk compared to others.