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Lurafy – The Overview
Lurafy purports that this product is a rejuvenating cream. Unfortunately, there is no evidence of this and the product doesn’t even seem to have an official website for prospective customers to view. Instead, Lurafy is featured on a number of product websites having varying amount of information. Because of the lack of official web presence, the manufacturer of the product is unknown and it is not clear where or under what circumstances it is made. In addition to this, the full cost of Lurafy is not listed.
Lurafy – Ingredients
Hydrolyzed Marine Collagen, Vitamin C, Vitamin A Palmitate
Advantages of Lurafy
- Lurafy key active ingredients are listed
Disadvantages of Lurafy
- There is no official website
- Clinical trial studies are not provided
- Seems like a questionable product
Lurafy – The Conclusion
Allow us to be blunt – Lurafy is just another in the forest of rejuvenating cream. We warn our readers to stay away from such questionable products and instead try some legitimate products which are selling in market for decades.
Because vitamin C is an unstable ingredient, finding properly formulated serums is paramount to reaping all the benefits of the antioxidant. We generally recommend looking for serums that contain ascorbic acid, also known as L-ascorbic acid — the most active form of vitamin C — and to store whichever one you buy away from sunlight to prevent oxidation.*
Below, their favorite vitamin C serums for every skin type.*
6 - Lurafy Customer Reviews ?
3 Tips for preventing dull skin:
1. Exercise regularly to enhance blood flow and boost overall health.
2. Start the day with a glass of warm water and lemon juice.
3. Always get at least 8 hours sleep to maximize nighttime skin cell regeneration.
**This is a subjective assessment based on the strength of the available informations and our estimation of efficacy.
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