Sold mainly in the UK and Australia, Botax Lift Serum(yes, you read right, no typos, no mistake, botax) uses the main ingredient of argireline(a botox alternative). It relaxes the facial muscles that contract with common facial expressions and are thought to cause wrinkles. It is sold through third party sellers and does not appear to have an official website of its own. Sellers claim it diminish fine lines, wrinkles, and crow’s feet as well as diminishing bags or dark circles under the eye.
Botax Lift Serum’s main ingredient, argireline, has been clinically proven to work in small amounts. Retailers and manufacturers generally use only 10% to achieve the desired results. It has been designed to work specifically in the eye area, which can be especially problematic for a large portion of the population.
But without an official Botax website, there is really no one to hold accountable for promises made or broken. There is no “official” information to rely on, nor is there a generally accepted price range. When searching for botax, I found prices as low as $49.95 and as high as $359.95. With no manufacturer’s website, there are no testimonials, and there is no money back or satisfaction guarantee. Another potential issue with botax is that there is no official ingredient list. We know they use argireline, but we don’t know how much. The problem with argireline is, if a product uses more than the usual 10%, it can actually cause the muscles to relax too much and cause more facial sag than users started with. There is also a larger potential for the manufacturer to hide ingredients that may be associated with undesirable side effects or a large amount of fillers when there is no ingredient list to refer to. Finally, Botax Lift Serum is mainly sold in the UK and Australia. While this may work for people in those two countries, it poses a high inconvenience to every other potential buyer.
Botax Lift Serum contains at least one effective ingredient. But they don’t tell you what the concentration is of that ingredient, nor do they tell you what other ingredients they may or may not actually use. There is no official website, no customer testimonials, no general price range to expect, and no money back or satisfaction guarantee. If you are looking for a product containing argireline, there are plenty of others to consider without running serious risk.