Nue Science Review: Does It Really Work?
Nue Science– Overview
Nue Science is a brand of anti-aging treatments that consists of a 3-step program. It is sold over the internet, and the product is presented on an official website that is very informative, contains a video presentation plus details about the product developer. The main purpose of the Nue Science range is to encourage cell renewal in the skin and fight damaging free radicals. The manufacturer recommends that the 3 products are used for a total of 90 days in order to see full results, although it would probably be recommended to continue using the system even beyond this time to maintain results.
Consumers can try Nue Science for a 14-day free trial after which time, if they do not cancel they will continue to be sent the products at a cost of $98.16 per month. There is an additional 30-day money back guarantee and full details are provided in the ‘Terms and Conditions’ section on the site. It does not appear that Nue Science is available in retail stores.
Nue Science– Product Description
The three products in the Nue Science range are a Firming Toner, Age Repair Serum and Moisturizer. Together they help reverse current signs of aging in the skin while helping to protect against future damage. Ingredients used in the products have all been dermatologist tested and should be safe to use on most skin types. Some of the key ingredients include Matrixyl 3000, a popular collagen boosting substance, Hyaluronic Acid, to retain moisture in the skin, anti-oxidant Goji Berry, and Co-enzyme Q-10, to aid in cell renewal. It is advised that the products are used together for optimal results and in tests consumers reported a reduction in wrinkle density by up to 68% although apart from customer testimonials and ‘before and after’ photos, there is no clinical proof shown.
Nue Science– Advantage
- Full application instructions are provided
- Nue Science has a 30-day money back guarantee
- A risk free trial is offered
- Key ingredients are explained
Nue Science– Drawbacks
- Nue Science is expensive
- The products are only available online
- The system would not produce ‘Botox-like’ results
Nue Science-The Bottom Line
Nue Science seems to be a range of products that certainly contain good age-fighting ingredients although, because the amounts are not shown, it is not known how potent the formulas would be. Even though the total cost of the system is an expensive monthly cost, the fact that this is for all three products does make Nue Science comparable to other popular anti-aging treatments. However, it should be noted that no consumer should use Nue Science with the expectation of it having the same effects as Botox or cosmetic surgery.
Top Wrinkle Serums
Dermatologist Recommendations for Maintaining Younger, Healthier, Vibrant Looking Skin:
- Be certain to consistently apply the product(s) you choose in accordance with its directions for use;
- Pay special attention to your neck and hands while applying the product(s) you choose, as these areas reflect your age;
- Always use sunscreen with a Sun Protection Factor (SPF) of at least 15;
- Drink at least eight glasses of water a day to stay well hydrated;
- Avoid excessive intake of caffeinated and alcoholic beverages, as they may contribute to dehydration and exacerbate the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles; and
- Be sure to get adequate rest every day.
**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available information and our estimation of efficacy.
*Results may vary. The information contained in this website is provided for general informational purposes only. No medical claims are implied in this content, and the information herein is not intended be used for self diagnosis or self treatment of any condition.
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