Dr Martin Rodbell is the sole founder of the company and product known as Bioque. He won the Nobel Peace Prize as a microbiologist, based on his development of signal technology.
Though not stated at the time of development, Rodbell is now claiming that his development, though originally meant to treat cancer, essentially killing off extra and diseases cells, can also be used to reduce wrinkles and repair skin, which is generally done by increasing the skin’s natural production of skin cells and therefore its turnover as well as things like peptides, collagen, and elastin. And unlike some other things, you can’t really use the same mechanism of action to accomplish two opposite missions.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
The Bioque line has different products including the Serum XL, Serum GV, Serum Rejuvenate, Rejuvenating day and Night Cream, and Pronto, and they all apparently use argireline, strivectin, a glycol isolate of annona muricata, and GABA. But they do not disclose any full ingredients lists.
We are not sure if Dr Martin Rodbell actually founded this company or was just paid to stand at the public head. This doesn’t use anything even close to signal technology. It uses a few proven wrinkle fighting ingredients. But just like most other worthless companies, they fail to provide any real details, only providing the best angle of their face to the adoring public. In essence, we can be sure they use quite a few fillers, irritants, and small amounts of the valid ingredients.
Overall Impression of Bioque:
We respect the fact that Dr Martin Rodbell won a Nobel Peace Prize for his contribution to the field of cancer research and the fight against cancer. But that doesn’t mean that he necessarily has a revolutionary wrinkle cure or amazing ethics for that matter. To be honest, we don’t think that he founded this company at all, but was just paid to be the public figurehead. Either way, Bioque has no foundation in reality as a real wrinkle treatment.