Product: Age Activist Clinical Youth Serum
Place to Buy: Amazon.com
Size: 1 Oz
Average Customer Review: 5 stars
Bioelements – The Age Activist Clinical Youth Serum Overview
The Bioelements skin care range was developed by professionals for use by professionals. The company has been in the market over 25 years and claims to be at the cutting edge of research. They appear to put a lot of time and effort into their products and are committed to educating everyone on the benefits of a good skin care routine.
The Bioelements product range will appeal to all those that wish to do their bit to help the environment. Over 80% of the product range is packaged in glass as it is 100% recyclable. They use vegetable ink on their eco-friendly packaging.
The company is also committed to two charities which is always nice to see.
But just how good are the products?
The Bioelements range is available to use at home or in a Spa. The website has a handy post code finder to find your local spa if one fancy treating him/herself.
All skin types are catered for but they seem to be particularly strong on dealing with anti-aging cosmetics and skin care. Therefore, the Age Activist Clinical Youth Serum product has been reviewed for a better insight on their products.
Age Activist Clinical Youth Serum
The Age Activist Clinical Youth Serum product is an all in one youth serum made with clinical-strength retinol, CoQ10, peptides and fermented pumpkin capable to strength the skin against the appearance of cell aging. So the skin benefits from its ingredients can enhance:
- Smothing roughness
- Minimizing poros
- Improving lines
- Targeting collagen for firmer and the skin elasticity
- It is recommended for all types of skin
- It also reduces the irritation frequently connected to retinol.
It is recommended for all types of skin of ages between 20s and 50s who want to slow the speed of the clock. And also it is said to be for anyone who wants to make daily skin care much simpler saving time for an a affordable budget.
The Age Activist Clinical Youth Serum product was named a BeautyID Award Finalist in June 2017, presented by Cosmoprof North America in association with Beauty Packaging Magazine, recognizing creativity in product formulation in the ever-growing beauty segment.
The brand claims not using artificial scent or coloring substances, saying that the color of their formulas is extract from nature.
According to Sustained Release – Franz Diffusion Cell Study and Healthy and Beauty Solutions Inc irritation-free micro encapsulated retinol used in the formula is proven to give a 38% reduction in fine line lines, wrinkles, roughness and age spot appearance.
In-Vivo Testing reported that The Youth Collagen Peptides blend in Age Activist Clinical Youth Serum significantly reduces wrinkles appearance after 5 minutes and delivers smoother skin in 30 minutes.
Ex-Vivo Testing and Dansyl Choride Cell Renewal study stated that fermented pumpkin enzyme used in the formula provides strong exfoliation while still remaining gentle on the skin. Plus, clinical testing shows capability of increasing cell renewal on the skin by 25%.
The product has been reviewed a five stars by customers as easy to put on with visible results, and also as a wonderful and great product.
Besides that the organization have a very user-friendly interface if one wishes to adopt a do it yourself route rather than a spa. It is just simply click skin type that applies – they have seven different skin types as opposed to the usual four or five.
Once the skin type have been chosen the individual will be then taken to a screen which is divided into recommendations for every product the person would need. They tell the person which cleanser to use, the toner, moisturizer, the sunscreen factor which should be using, the overnight cream and finally the exfoliate.
But they haven’t finished with the person yet. They then ask the person to identify any specific area of concern the person may have such as crow’s feet, dark circles, blackheads etc. The consumer name it and it will be listed for the person but only three problem areas can be picked.
Ticking three, the person will be then taken to another screen which contained a further five product recommendations. The companies’ website is extremely informative and it does inspire a feeling of quality. But one with dry skin type will struggle with the notion that as such actually needs eleven different bottles of products to handle the dry skin type.
But to be fair, they also produce kits for every skin type under their “Great Skin in a Box” range.
However, one can find out how customers are impressed with the Bioelements range when talking to friends that know the products. There are many testimonials such as one customer who has suffered with acne all her life swears by their oil free sun protector. Other sun protection products caused outbreaks of pimples so she often went without but not anymore.
Another customer has used the “Fight Aging Chin to Chest” product with amazing results. She is a typical Irish lady with loads of freckles but she doesn’t think they are cute. This product is the only one that has managed to fade them to her satisfaction. Now she wishes they would bring out something to handle her red hair as much as effective as this one.
So I have not taken the plunge to book myself in for a Bioelements facial yet but after doing this research I am looking forward to my encounter with the Biochemical skin care range.
I hope you enjoyed this review and if you have any questions about the Age Activist Clinical Youth Serum product or want to leave your own personal review, leave a comment below.