It’s become evident over recent years the brand name behind a product doesn’t count for everything, as there are so many throwing out products that aren’t all they’re cracked up to be just to cash in on their own success. Think it’s worth establishing where Genifique from Lancome fits into all this?
So, the question is, Will Genifique prove to be a well-earned notch in the belt of global icon Lancome, or is it a range of products that doesn’t really have a great deal to offer?
Each product across the Genifique range varies by way of purpose, area of use, and ingredients list, though most are based around hepes, phytosphingosine, and Bio-Lyst. These active components have been tested time and time again to ensure their beneficial properties, which in turn adds credence to Lancome’s claims for the Genifique range as a whole. They have been in the business for so long and have such a large global reach that it’s perfectly normal to just assume there’s no better brand out there to go with. So how does the Genifique range go down with those using it?
Well, getting to the plus points of Genifique, first it’s safe to say that most users of the range seem to be very happy with the overall results it brings them. What’s more, there don’t seem to be any real complaints on the subject of price – the range varies between the $40 and $100 mark depending on what you’re looking to buy. What’s more, you can pick up items from the Genifique range from thousands of retailers or online, so it’s really easy to get hold of quickly and safely. So as expected, this is one range that has brought the reputation of Lancome some real pluses.
That being said, it starts to look a little less certain when you factor in the way in which Lancome doesn’t share a list of all the ingredients that go into the Genifique products and nor is there any evidence of independent clinical trials. This is something you would expect as standard from a brand of this size and caliber, so it’s a little disappointing that this isn’t the case here. What’s more, it’s also down to the specific retailer as to whether a money back guarantee is offered, as you don’t get one directly from the manufacturer. This pretty much tops off the product’s real minuses.
As mentioned above, most of the products in the Genifique range are based around hepes, phytosphingosine, and Bio-Lyst. These are the active ingredients about which a great deal is known, so there’s reason to think that the Genifique range as a whole is the real deal. However, with no comprehensive list of ingredients to go on, there’s no telling what else goes into some of the products. Allergies cannot be ruled out.
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On the whole, the Genifique range is one that can be trusted and has certainly earned the respect and admiration of millions. At the same time, though, you could argue that any product sold over the $50 mark really should be offered with a money back guarantee as standard and should have been put through clinical trials. A brand this large and reputable should know better, unless the product is just a dud. All in all, without guarantees this product can not be recommended.