Youth Factor is known as “the science of beauty” and claims to offer the illusion of flawlessness. It is made up of herbal ingredients, and it claims to increase collagen synthesis and relax facial muscles. Results can be expected within one month or less, and the program uses 3 products: youth factor daily treatment, youth factor multi-treatment, and youth factor intensive treatment.
Youth Factor as a company chooses not to test their products on animals, and they provide a full list of ingredients. They can be widely purchased online, and the manufacturer’s website seems to have a “bonus program” for frequent buyers.
While Youth Factor provides natural ingredients, it does not provide proof of how these ingredients are supposed to work to reduce wrinkles. It uses 5 botanical ingredients which are mostly soothing emollients, which may moisturize the skin, but do not actually reduce wrinkles. They produce no research concerning the ingredients used or the formula as a whole, and the formula in all actuality uses no anti aging ingredients such as argireline or matrixyl. Finally, there is no money back or satisfaction guarantee, and they require you to purchase three different products to achieve optimum results.
Youth Factor may provide descent moisturizers, but they use nothing that would suggest it will work for anti aging. It’s like using vitamin C and only vitamin C to try to cure a serious case of cancer. Vitamin C is good for the body, but will not cure cancer unto itself. If you are looking for a good moisturizer, go to your local grocery store and buy one for $5-10.