Nuglow claims to offer high class products at affordable prices by selling directly to the customer base. It maintains 17 US patents and 80 foreign patents on its products, and claims to improve appearance and reduce common signs of aging. It bases its claims on the use of a copper tripeptide to promote the synthesis of collagen and elastin and reduce facial sag. It can be purchased in sets of 5 or 6 or individually.
Nuglow bases their claims on copper tripeptides, which can reduce muscle contractions and wrinkles. It is sold directly to the customers from the manufacturer’s website to promote lower and more affordable pricing. Finally, all products carry a 60 day money back guarantee.
Peptides are known to reduce muscle contractions to reduce wrinkles, but not necessarily to promote the synthesis of collagen and elastin for long term results. And while discounted rates are great, you have to become a member of their Skincare club and purchase directly from their website. Therefore, there are no alternative prices or methods of ordering. It also requires you to sign up for an automatic refill program that resets itself every month. They also do not provide a full ingredient list to verify any of their claims.
Nuglow provides prices and a supposed quality that is rare in today’s market. But they provide no evidence to back up their claim of superiority. They could just be a low end product for a low end price. They hold a monopoly on all sales of that product, and so there is no spirit of price competition. Realistically, I would like to see some studies and a full ingredient list before recommending this product to anyone.