The Q-Vectin product is an anti-aging cream that advertises itself as a Botox alternative, meaning it should produce the same facial-muscle relaxing effect. By decreasing the contractions in the face, lines and wrinkles are diminished and future damage is prevented. The information for the product also states that it uses a ‘revolutionary’ technology employing the benefits of copper peptides, though unfortunately the website fails to produce any clinical evidence as proof.
Product information for Q-Vectin is limited, most details being found on the retail sites that sell the product. There is no specific money back guarantee for Q-Vectin, but most retailers have their own form of money back guarantee. No details regarding the manufacturer of the product are shown, there is no FAQ section, no customer reviews and only a brief explanation as to how the product works.
Q-Vectin– Product Description
Copper peptides used in Q-Vectin are peptides that have the ability to bind themselves to the mineral, and are thought to be beneficial in repairing and healing skin. The formula also uses a common skincare ingredient, CoQ10, an enzyme that is found naturally in young skin and renews and promotes healthy skin cells. Cactus and Algae extracts, rich moisturizers and Vitamin A are also combined in the blend as are a number of other ‘filler’ ingredients.
There is no indication as to how soon results should be seen when using Q-Vectin, which is recommended to be massaged into the skin twice a day.
Strengths of Q-Vectin
- Q-Vectin is widely available in retail stores
- All ingredients are listed
- It contains CoQ10
Weaknesses of Q-Vectin
- Product information is very limited
- No money back guarantee is provided
- No scientific proof is shown
- There are no customer testimonials
- The manufacturer is unknown
Q-Vectin The Bottom Line
Q-Vectin is one of the only anti-aging creams to use Copper peptides and it would definitely be helpful to see studies that show the benefits they have in terms of anti-aging. The fact that there is so little information available for this product and that the manufacturer is largely unknown makes this a brand of skincare cream that cannot be recommended. Any consumer wanting to use CoQ10 has plenty of other brands to choose from, most of which are much better known.