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Restoragen: Review & Comparison

Restoragen is a “collagen rejuvenating anti-wrinkle cream” that claims to fight all visible signs of aging. It is meant for middle aged women who are experiencing their first signs of aging in the form of wrinkles and fine lines.

Overview

Restoragen is a “collagen rejuvenating anti-wrinkle cream” that claims to fight all visible signs of aging. It is meant for middle aged women who are experiencing their first signs of aging in the form of wrinkles and fine lines. The product is being marketed as an alternative to Botox treatments and plastic surgery. In fact, it claims to work as a wonder treatment that helps minimize fine lines and wrinkles, smoothen out crow’s feet and increase the overall firmness of facial skin. It also claims to bring back the radiance of youth by increasing the collagen level of the skin.
Testimonials and product related information are largely missing on the official website of Restoragen. In fact, the product’s website just seems to be one big advertisement whose sole purpose is to sell the product.

Product Details

Restoragen is to be used daily after cleansing the face. It is a topical anti-wrinkle cream that contains Matrixyl 3000, Argireline, fermented mushroom and black tea. While the first two ingredients helps minimize wrinkles and relax facial muscles, the last two help improve the skin’s glow to bring back the sparkle. Besides these results, the cream also fights against all other signs of aging by increasing the firmness of the skin, reducing fine lines, improving collagen production and smoothening out the crow’s feet.
There is a whole list of other ingredients also mentioned on the website that is just too large to give here.

What’s Positive

The product is easily available for purchase through its official website.
The complete list of ingredients is available. The list proves beneficial for those who have sensitive skin and are wary of using any product unless they are sure of the ingredients.
Restoragen contains various plant based ingredients that are natural and safe for use on all skin types.

What’s Negative

The official website of Restoragen looks like an advert that provides inadequate information about the product.
Free trails and discounts are not available.
The anti-aging formula has no dermatologist recommending it.

Bottom Line

Though Restoragen does make a lot of attractive promises, it is yet to be seen if these promises can actually be fulfilled. If only the official website of the product could provide some more information regarding the background of the manufacturers and the company, probably they would earn the much needed credibility for the product. All in all, Restoragen is a well-received anti-aging cream. A free trial offer could help in convincing many prospective buyers.