The founder of Atzen, Catherine Atzen, is a researcher and educator dedicated to “French science and sophistication.” She has produced a line of natural products based on natural ingredients for general skincare, and they range from sunscreens to acne treatments.
They usually come in kits, or you are advised to buy them in kits, and the costs can add up. The kit focused on today would be the renewal pack meant to reduce the common signs of aging.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
There are no full ingredients lists available for Atzen products. But the Renewal Pack in general has ingredients like citric acid, lactic acid, and vitamin C. Citric acid is essentially another name for vitamin C, and both are antioxidants, not wrinkle fighters. Lactic acid really has no application. They do not even lighten skin to reduce skin discoloration. So there are really no redeeming qualities to Atzen products.
Overall Impression of Atzen:
Atzen might get a pity vote or something of that nature, because their formula is so pathetic. But the fact is, they make you buy a whole kit, which costs you over $200, negating any possible pity we could have for them. Their formula is worth around $5 for the whole kit. So we definitely wouldn’t suggest buying any Atzen products.