A Serum designed to relax muscles and therefore relax wrinkles, Serutox claims to focus around the forehead and eyes. It is available through multiple online markets and in 21 different countries. It has been marketed as the “first botox alternative” since its introduction in December 2002, and it promises results within 6 weeks.
The main ingredient of Serutox is argireline, which has been shown to relax facial muscles and benefit wrinkles in concentrations of less than 10%. It is non invasive, and it is widely available through online retailers. And for those who find no success with this product, they offer a 60 day money back guarantee.
While argireline is effective in relaxing muscles and reducing wrinkles on a temporary basis, it contains no ingredients designed to rebuild collagen or elastin levels, and therefore nothing to ensure long term results. They emphasize 2 ingredients besides argireline, but the actual identity of those ingredients remains a mystery. They don’t offer a full ingredient list, and their supposed testimonials are non-descriptive one-liners. The website also offers no expert testimonials or clinical studies to back their claims.
Argireline is a great ingredient to reduce wrinkles. However, Serutox uses no other important ingredients such as antioxidants, collagen builders, etc. to supplement the main argireline. As such, the results will be temporary at best. For real skin repair, I would another product.