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Pureclinica – The Overview
“Pureclinnica” is a company that makes a handful of skincare creams and serums including Pureclinica which is a vitamin C serum that may help with dark spots reduction, boost skin elasticity, diminish fine lines and wrinkles.
It is marketed and sold through an official website which contains some information about the product and how it is supposed to work. While the website is reasonably professional in appearance and consumer friendly, it is very standard in what it offers. Some contact details are shown so consumers can get in touch with the customer service department and there are a few success stories but no before and after photos. The list of ingredients is disclosed including descriptions of each, but the amounts in the formula is not disclosed. Instructions for usage are very brief and there are no additional features such as video tutorials etc.
Consumers can purchase Pureclinica directly from the website. All purchases made via credit are secure. The manufacturer offers some discounts for larger orders and customers can also sign up to the loyalty program to receive special offers from the company, but they don’t provide free samples. There is mention of a money back guarantee, but customers would need to contact the customer service department for full details.
Ingredients Contained in The Product
Hyaluronic Acid, Ferulic Acid, Gotu Kola
Pureclinica – Product Description
According to the manufacturer, Pureclinica is rich in antioxidants, which act as rejuvenating agents in the body. The key active ingredients used in the formula are listed on the product page with a brief explanation of each. Ferulic acid will reverse signs of aging, Hyaluronic Acid and Gotu Kola also contribute to the claimed effects of Pureclinica. The recommended use is to ensure that skin is both clean and dry. Gently massage a small amount onto the skin with long upward strokes until absorbed. For best results, apply twice daily.
Good about Pureclinica
- Pureclinica customers can sign up and received 10% off on first purchase
- Instructions on how to use the product are provided
- There is a 30-day money back guarantee
Bad about Pureclinica
- Free trial is not offered
- Individual amount of ingredient not provided
- Clinical trial studies are not shown
Pureclinica – The Bottom Line
There does not appear to be anything about Pureclinica that makes it stand out from other vitamin C products on the market. It contains a standard blend of natural rejuvenating ingredients but there are no clinical studies cited as proof of just how well it really works. Customer reviews for Pureclinica are mixed and, as with any kind of topical vitamin C product, results will vary from person to person. It would be helpful if more details were provided about the formula ingredients, such as their concentrated amounts, so consumers could have a better understanding of the product in relation to its rejuvenating benefits.
Pureclinica isn’t overly expensive when compared to other vitamin C products, nor is it so cheap that it makes one question its quality. Although no free samples of Pureclinica are available, it has a full 30-day money back guarantee which gives the consumer plenty of time to see how well it works with no financial risk.
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.*
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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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