Abra Therapeutics Age Resistance Cream Review
The Raysor couple first developed a line of general skin products years ago. But somewhere along the way, they created Abra Therapeutics Age Resistance Cream.
With all their products, they claim they can “bring organic herbalism and the science of skin and body care into holistic unity”, and of course all their ingredients are gathered and prepared by themselves.
But you generally do not find peptides, collagen, or elastin in wild plants and so on.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
The Abra Therapeutics Age Resistance Cream is built around white willow bark, sea algae, milk thistle, liposome encapsulated antioxidant vitamins, pure essential oils, lavender, and Queen Anne’s Lace. To be short about it, we don’t see any wrinkle fighting ingredients in that mix, not a single solitary one. And that is not actually a full ingredients list, considering we can guarantee there are fillers and preservatives or at least preservatives. Otherwise, your formula may last all of 2 weeks before it rotted.
Overall Impression of Abra Therapeutics:
The idea of Abra Therapeutics is a novel idea. We all like the initiative of a company who gathers their own ingredients and processes them to both save you money and guarantee you some level of freshness. But the reality is that most companies like this produce their products in mass. So gathering their own ingredients is a fairly unreasonable expectation. They use that claim to cover the fact that their formula has no substance. Even at $26, Abra Therapeutics is not worth your money.