AlluraDerm: Does AlluraDerm Work?

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AlluraDerm – The Overview

The anti-wrinkle cream AlluraDerm, claims to reduce all major signs of aging. The product does have an official website, but it is extremely limited in information and poorly presented, giving it an unprofessional appearance. In-depth details about the product are quite limited as are facts regarding the manufacturer. There is no mention of a customer service department on the website if consumers have questions or concerns.

AlluraDerm

The manufacturer provides a brief description of AlluraDerm but the full list of ingredients is not disclosed. No directions for use are provided although it is assumed that, like other anti-wrinkle products, it should be applied twice a day for best results. Additionally, the site doesn’t even provide any consumer success stories or reviews. Furthermore, there is no other mention of any kind of money back guarantee or refund policy offered by the manufacturer, so it appears that all sales are final. However, the link to place an order redirects to another website offering a different product.

Ingredients Contained in The Product

Matrixyl 3000, Resveratrol

AlluraDerm – Product Description

According to the manufacturer, AlluraDerm is rich in antioxidants, which act as anti-aging agents in the body. The key active ingredients used in the formula are listed on the product page but without full details regarding their individual properties. Matrixyl 3000 will give the skin its suppleness and firmness back, Resveratrol also contributes to the claimed effects of AlluraDerm. It is to be applied in an upward, sweeping motion for full benefits.

Good about AlluraDerm

  • AlluraDerm key active ingredients are listed
  • A free trial is offered
  • It may help reduce signs of aging

Bad about AlluraDerm

  • There are no customer success stories or reviews
  • There is no FAQ section
  • Link to claim AlluraDerm free trial and to place an order redirects to another website with different product
  • Manufacturer details are limited
  • No money back guarantee is mentioned
  • individual amount of ingredient not provided

AlluraDerm – The Bottom Line

With so few details disclosed about AlluraDerm or its ingredients it is impossible to properly judge how effective it will be on reducing signs of aging. Although the manufacturer states that it can reduce signs of aging this seems somewhat exaggerated and there is no evidence provided to back up the claim. Without any clinical or scientific test results or customer testimonials, the consumer must simply take the word of the manufacturer, which is not ideal given the fact that very little is known about them and their online presence is so unprofessional.

Most consumers would certainly want to know more about a company and their product before ordering it. As with any product of this type, if it seems too good to be true it probably is and, even if AlluraDerm does contain the key ingredients listed, their quality, purity and concentrations are unknown. Consumers looking for a good anti-wrinkle cream would be advised to opt for a well-known brand that is backed by clinical studies, offered at a reasonable price and covered by a money back guarantee.