If you are interested in preventative methods to keep you looking young as long as possible, you probably have reached an age where your skin is starting to lack your youthful plumpness and vibrant radiance. Since you are beginning to resemble your mother a little too early, you decide that now is the right time to start a solid skin care regiment.
So, the question is, Will Nue Science Age Defense Moisturizer with SPF30 renew your appearance, or will it only smooth your emotional wrinkles as you await results?
Nue Science claims to be a comprehensive 3-step anti-aging system designed to stimulate cell production and turn back the dryness associated with age, which means — problem solved.
The positives include instructions for the application process in each purchase. They claim to have a 30-day money back guarantee. There is also a “risk free” trial advertised on the main site and on third party sites. Some of the key ingredients are discussed at the maker’s site. These are the primary real pluses.
Regarding the minuses, one of the main problems appears to be that the pluses are fabricated rather than real. Two of the main issues to consider prior to purchase are: 1) the company does not live up to its “risk free trial” claim, and hundreds of complaints have been lodged about credit card fraud against them, and 2) the ingredients discussed are suspected of being imaginary. In addition to that, all but one of the customer reviews on Amazon are 1-star, and many of the purchasers state that they would have given it “0” stars if they could have. This pretty well covers the primary list of real minuses.
No comprehensive list of ingredients is provided on the label or on the sites that sell this product. The main site does state that the ingredients below are used and discuss the effects. Unfortunately, they have made up the effects since none of these ingredients are known to have any use for skin applications.
Ingredients: Matrixyl 3000 [actual composition unknown], Hyaluronic Acid [which is the substance that keeps your eyeballs moist], Goji Berry [which is for internal use as an antioxidant], and CoQ-10 [a vitamin for arthritis relief] Nue Science - Buy or Not Buy - Is this a great product?
It is unclear who the manufacturer of this product is, and there is no cosmetic manufacturer registered under this name. This alone should raise red flags for any buyer. The offer for a 14-day free trial appears to be nothing more than a method to acquire your credit card information, and they do not accept PayPal for payments. There are hundreds of complaints that credit cards have been charged $98 to 178 for the free trial and no resolution has been forthcoming. There are additional complaints that the product does not work as promised. The Nue Science products have not been approved for use by any scientific associations, health officials, or researchers of the FDA. Avoid this product.