Based on one magical ingredient for the Antarctic glaciers, Biotoxyl claims that their ingredients will prevent muscle contractions(hence the “tox” reference to botox), provide firmness in lines and wrinkles, and promote cellular growth.
At this point, we can safely say that their formula most likely contains some mix of anacrtine and argireline. Argireline allows you a maximum of 10% concentration. But any other ingredients that may promote these effects require more. In fact, the more you get, the better.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
Biotoxyl ingredients include matrixyl, argireline, and antarctine. They don’t provide a full ingredients list, nor do they actually provide you with the concentrations of said ingredients. So it basically means that they use small concentrations and a lot of fillers. But of course, they don’t want you to know this. It should also be noted that antarctine hasn’t actually been proven to do anything at all, let alone reduce your wrinkles.
Overall Impression of Biotoxyl:
$395 is a steep price for any product, let alone one that won’t give you the common courtesy of disclosing a full ingredients list. There is no money back guarantee, and they definitely aren’t spending even $50 making this product. We would be surprised if they were spending $10 in production. For a price just short of $400, we would like to see a unique and proven formula with real information and a money back guarantee.