If you are checking out the various anti-aging products and searching online for a product that does what it promises, chances are you are unhappy about how old you look and want to change that as soon as possible. If you think this product is worth looking into...
So, the question is, Will NoTox Anti-Wrinkle Serum by MyChelle improve the texture of your skin, minimize wrinkles and fine lines, or disappoint you at your expense?
MyChelle NoTox Anti-Wrinkle Serum claims to be vegan friendly, improve the texture of your skin, and simultaneously reduce fine lines and wrinkles. This means — problem solved.
There are quite a few customer reviews around the web that speak positively of their experience with NoTox by MyChelle. It is worth mentioning that there are other products using the same, or very nearly the same, name that have a lot of negative comments. Be sure to check the manufacturer name as well as the product name before purchasing.
Regarding the minuses, the two that are worth mentioning are: 1) no comprehensive clinical studies have been done to support the claims of the maker, and 2) a money back guarantee is not offered through the maker or any third party sellers. The product is available through the manufacturer’s online site and some third party outlets, but is not available in retail stores in your neighborhood. While this seems puzzling, the decision to only offer this online may be to save the consumer money. This is the primary list of real minuses.
It appears that all the ingredients are listed, which is helpful for customers who want to review the ingredients prior to purchase. All cosmetic products may cause reactions in some users, and by researching the ingredients first, you may be able to determine if you would have an unwanted reaction.
Ingredients: NoTox contains the following ingredients: alcohol denatured (grain), hydrolyzed Myrtus communis (myrtle) leaf extract (Longevicell), Aqua (water), Hamamelis virginiana (witch hazel) water, glycerin (vegetable), Thermus thermophilus ferment (Venuceane), Pisum sativum (pea peptide) extract (Proteasyl TP), acetyl tetrapetide-2 (Thymulen 4), dextran (sugar), palmitoyl tripeptide-5 (Syn-Coll), palmitoyl tripeptide-38 (Matrixyl synthe'6), palmitoyl dipeptide-5 diaminohydroxybutyrate, palmitoyl dipeptide-5 diaminohydroxybutyrate hydroxythreonine (Syn-Tacks), rH-oligopeptide-1 (epidermal growth factor), lecithin, squalane (olive), Opuntia vulgaris (cactus) flower/stem extract, Brassica campestris (grapeseed) seed oil, Levisticum officinale (loveage) oil, xanthan gum (fermented sugar), hydroxypropyl cyclodextrin, Lonicera japonica (honeysuckle) flower extract, potassium sorbate (salt), and citric acid.
This looks like a good product at first, but the lack of a money back guarantee is never a good sign. There also aren't comprehensive clinical tests to back up the company's claims. There are definitely better products out there.