The Oxyage official website says it will “turn back the hands of time, as it revitalizes the body at the cellular level.” It is meant to fight free radicals, detoxify the skin, repair cell damage, boost immunity, and improve heart health and circulation. In other words, it claims to be the cure all of general health concerns, not just wrinkle care and worries.
Oxyage contains a comprehensive list of ingredients ranging from alpha lipoic acid to MSM. It focuses on the natural to promote feelings of general well being, and it posts a number of positive testimonials. It claims to be pharmaceutical grade and manufactured in an FDA approved lab. Lastly, they provide a 180 day or 6 month money back guarantee on all products.
Oxyage contains only one ingredient actually purported to be effective in anti aging endeavors. Otherwise, it seems to be stretched too thin in its claims. They also use proprietary blends, which is a fancy way of saying they aren’t actually going to tell you what is in the mix. And while they may work in FDA approved labs, the supplement itself is not a prescription, nor is it FDA approved in itself.
Oxyage may be a descent multivitamin or general health supplement. But there is no reason to think it will actually promote the reversal of the common signs of aging. They try to suggest a lot of things by calling themselves “pharmaceutical grade.” But they don’t actually live up to those conditions. They use sneaky tactics, and I wouldn’t suggest them for anything.