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Kinerase – The Overview
The anti-aging eye cream Kinerase is a skincare product that the manufacturer claims has multiple benefits for the delicate skin around the eyes. Kinerase does not appear to have an official online presence but is sold on several retail skincare websites. Unfortunately, many of these only contain limited information about the product and no details are provided regarding the manufacturer such as their contact information or history in the skincare industry. Furthermore, while the product is said to help hydrate the skin around the eyes, reduce fine lines and wrinkles, brighten areas of discoloration, there are no clinical study results shown as proof.
Kinerase doesn’t appear to have a money back guarantee. Some retailers mention a free sample available for the product, but details are limited and it may be linked to an auto-shipping subscription program.
Ingredients Contained in The Product
Soya Sterol, Stearyl Alcohol, Dimethicone, Imidazolidinyl Urea
Kinerase – Product Description
While Kinerase claims to help transform the skin in the eye area, information about the formula is extremely limited. It seems that the formula may contain some key active ingredients such as Soya Sterol, Stearyl Alcohol and Dimethicone, Imidazolidinyl Urea which support skin around the eyes even the full ingredient list is disclosed. Additionally, it is not clear if the cream is completely natural or contains certain synthetic substances which may not be suitable for people with sensitive skin types. While the manufacturer states that the formula is pharmaceutical grade and maximum strength, there is no way of knowing how true this is, given the lack of information provided.
Good about Kinerase
- Kinerase may contain Soya Sterol, Stearyl Alcohol, Dimethicone and Imidazolidinyl Urea
- It is sold on independent retail sites
Bad about Kinerase
- There is no money back guarantee offered
- There is no official product website
- There are no customer success stories
Kinerase – The Bottom Line
Kinerase cannot be recommended as an effective anti-aging eye cream for several reasons. Because there is no official website for the brand, nothing is known about the manufacturer and there is no way for the customer to contact them with questions or concerns about the product. Although it is available to purchase on several well-known skincare retail sites, details about the product are very limited and, while it is said to address multiple signs of aging around the eyes and produce visible results, there is no data from any clinical studies to back this up. There are many alternative brands of natural anti-aging eye creams available online and in retail stores; consumers would be advised to choose a brand that has been clinically proven to work and preferably made by a reputable manufacturer who is well-established in the skincare industry.