Rexaline is an anti-aging skin care treatment that promises to rejuvenate the skin by ‘flooding’ it with moisture. The manufacturer of Rexaline is Sephora who have a good reputation in the beauty industry, and produce a full range of Rexaline products. Included in the range is a Hydra-Dose Hyper-Hydrating Skin Densifying Anti-Wrinkle cream that can be found at the Sephora retail store or purchased directly online. It costs $59.00 and, like all Sephora products, has a 60-day money back guarantee.
Rexaline is designed to help the body boost its production of moisture while also softening and diminishing lines and wrinkles. Additionally, it is clinically tested and the results show a 68% increase in skin hydration over 8 weeks
Rexaline– Product Description
Hyaluronic acid is the key ingredient in Rexaline. This substance has the ability to attract, bind and retain large amounts of water in the skin. The formula also uses Royal Jelly, Polyglutamic acid and Urea which overall increase the skin’s density, boost collagen production and help improve the skin texture. All the ingredients are listed and the key substances are explained, although specific amounts are not shown.
The cream should be applied at least twice a day and is designed to work in conjunction with other Rexaline products.
Strengths of Rexaline
- Sephora is a well-established company
- Customer reviews are favorable
- Special prices and discounts are offered
- All ingredients are shown
- Rexaline contains Hyaluronic acid
- The formula is clinically tested
Weaknesses of Rexaline
- Rexaline is expensive
- It may work better in conjunction with other Rexaline products
- There is limited ingredient explanations
Rexaline The Bottom Line
Rexaline Skin Densifying Anti-Wrinkle cream appears to be a popular Sephora brand and has received many favourable reviews by satisfied customers. Although the cream is more expensive than similar products, it does show proof that it produces good results, a fact that may make customers more willing to pay the extra money.