Serums and creams that help hide or get rid of wrinkles and fine lines in a matter of weeks or months are all well and good, but what about when the time isn’t on your side? What if for whatever the reason you’d like to give your skin a glowing, youthful overhaul right now and don’t want to resort to cosmetic surgery? However, it’s likely that you’re thinking these kinds of quick-fix solutions aren’t exactly what you’d call reliable in most instances.
So, the question is, Will Genie Instant Line Smoother prove to be an exception to the rule and deliver excellent results in an instant, or are we expecting too much from a simple serum?
The idea of Genie Instant Line Smoother is that it be applied as and when desired to problem areas to have an instant impact on fine lines and wrinkles. The manufacturer insists that the difference is both immediate and extraordinary, though, goes on doing its work for several hours and can also be used under makeup. So confident are they in the potential for Genie Instant Line Smoother to bring results that it’s offered with a full 30 day money back guarantee. No matter what happens it seems your money is at least safe.
To get things going from a positive standpoint, it’s great to see that along with making all of these intense promises, the makers of Genie Instant Line Smoother also list all of the ingredients that go into it. User reviews seem to be almost entirely positive in nature, the promise of instant results is apparently kept, and the 30 day money back guarantee is of course brilliant for peace of mind. Combined with the celebrity exposure Genie Instant Line Smoother had enjoyed as of late, there’s a lot to be said for its real pluses.
If looking to pick out the bad points, the biggest one of all is the fact that Genie Instant Line Smoother doesn’t seem to have been put through any kind of clinical testing to evaluate its effectiveness. This may not appear to be the end of the world, but is still crucially important for a product to earn full trust across the board. Other than this though, that’s largely the end of the serum’s real minuses.
As stated, all of the ingredients that make it into the final mix are listed so it’s perfectly possible to rule out negative reactions and allergies.
This supposed instant miracle serum works its magic by calling upon the power of cellulose gum, methyl paraben, propyl paraben, deionized water, aloe Vera gel, hydrolyzed collagen, sodium silicate, propylene glycol, magnesium aluminum silicate, tocopherol (vitamin E), retinyl palmitate (vitamin A), cucumber extract, ascorbic acid (vitamin C), and hydrolyzed silk proteins.
The lack of any clinical testing is a bit of a letdown no matter which way you look at it. We really can not recommend any product that does not back its claims with clinical testing. There are just too many products that offer all of these benefits. This one does not so it can not be fully trusted or recommended.