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Prache Anti-aging Cream – The Overview
Prache Anti-aging Cream is a brand of skincare made by the company Rollon Skin Care Ltd. While there is an official website for the product, it is presented in a way that appears unprofessional and confusing. Described as the ‘most optimal skincare formula in the world’, Prache Anti-aging Cream claims to use advanced skincare technology to produce ‘cleaner, fairer-looking’ skin, using a range of ingredients that, according to the website, adhere to skin cell membranes and release their contents directly into the cells. The website makes a number of claims for the cream, none of which are backed by any scientific proof, and there are no customer reviews or before and after photos shown. While all the contact details for the manufacturer are provided, very little is known about them other than the fact that they are based in the USA and their products, including the Prache Anti-aging Cream and Prache Anti-aging Serum, are made in FDA-inspected facilities.
In terms of formula ingredients, the cream appears to be a blend of natural botanicals and peptides plus antioxidants that provide protection against free radicals. Among the key active ingredients listed for the formula are Snow Algae Powder, Cocoa Seed Butter, Tomato Fruit Extract, Vitamin C, Pyrus Malus Extract and Apricot Kernel Oil. The formula is said to be non-greasy and the product should be applied morning and night for 24-hour protection.
Consumers can order a 14-day free trial of Prache Anti-aging Cream which will automatically enroll them in the subscription service. Alternatively, they can make a one-time purchase of the cream at a cost of $79.00 per jar, with discounts offered for multiple orders.
Prache Anti-aging Cream – Ingredients
Snow Algae Powder, Cocoa Seed Butter, Tomato Fruit Extract, Vitamin C, Pyrus Malus Extract, Jojoba Seed Oil, Squalane, Red Tea Extract, Apricot Kernel Oil
Advantages of Prache Anti-aging Cream
- All ingredients are listed for the formula
- Company contact details are provided
- A free trial offer is available
Disadvantages of Prache Anti-aging Cream
- The website is confusing and not professional
- The free trial is linked to a subscription service
- There are no customer reviews on the website
- Key ingredient amounts are not listed
- Claims are not backed by clinical evidence
Prache Anti-aging Cream – The Conclusion
Prache Anti-aging Cream does appear to contain some clinically proven ingredients that may have anti-wrinkle benefits for the skin, but the presentation alone may deter consumers from ordering the product. Not only is the information presented in a way that is very confusing, the manufacturer provides no evidence to back up claims made for the product, which appear to be over-exaggerated. While consumers could certainly order the free trial of Prache Anti-aging Cream to see how well it works firsthand, given the fact that it is tied to a subscription service that some former customers report as being hard to cancel, they may want to opt for a different brand altogether.