Marketed as a “blend of fourteen of the world’s finest topical antioixdants” Neuvage claims to protect the skin from further environmental damage. It also claims to reduce wrinkles, increase firmness and elasticity, boost collagen, and improve moisture. Finally, it claims to enhance the effects of other treatments you may use it in conjunction with. It is mean to be applied twice daily.
Neuvage is sold through a number of third party retailers, but also on amazon.com, where it has earned quite a few positive customer reviews. Antioxidants are also popularly known to fight free radicals and environmental chemicals that may attack the skin. Free radicals are thought to be one of the causes of skin aging, and without these present, the skin may be more able to heal itself. Manufactured by Woodbridge labs, Neuvage joins a myriad of products such as Dermafreeze 365.
Dermafreeze is a temporary solution, and Woodbridge labs has shown themselves to be too thinly stretched across products. They do not put the effort into developing products which can back themselves up. They also do not list Neuvage on the official website, which may mean it is no longer available. They post no clinical studies or otherwise proof their product will work for even a few individuals, and they don’t seem to offer a money back or satisfaction guarantee. While antioxidants can be good for the skin and supposedly reduce free radicals, none of this has been proven. In addition, there is nothing to suggest antioxidants will actually reverse the signs of aging at all.
Neuvage is available through amazon, but not through the manufacturer’s website. It also provides minimal information, which should leave any possible consumer at the very least cautious. It uses antioxidants, but then makes claims far beyond the spectrum of even your most powerful antioxidant. There are many more reputable than Neuvage.