Ceramide C Review
The ingredient of Ceramide C has been found in the skin and therefore found in multiple anti wrinkle products in the recent industry.
But there is a capsule product that has been specifically named Ceramide C, not because it’s only ingredient is Ceramide C, just one of the apparently main components.
They say it will reduce wrinkles on the face, throat, and hands if used in those areas. But of course, their formula is one of a kind, this time because they use a more pure formula.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
Ceramide C ingredients include Ceramide C, dimethicone, cyclomethicone, dl-tocopheryl acetate, squalene, trihydroxypalmitami-dohrexypropyl, retinyl palmitate, grape seed extract, orange blossom extract, evening primrose oil, tocotrienol, and cucumber extract. The only ingredient in that whole mix, which by the way isn’t a full ingredients list, which contributes to wrinkle care is Ceramide C. We are not sure about the concentration or where it would be placed in a full ingredients list. But you cannot place all your eggs in one basket. For all we know, they could use a grand total of 1mg or less than 1% Ceramide C, which is probably the case.
Overall Impression of Ceramide-C:
Ceramide-C the ingredient is great. But Ceramide C the product is less impressive. The ingredient is not a main wrinkle fighting ingredient, is their only wrinkle fighting ingredient! The rest are fillers that would generally work more efficiently from the outside, as would Ceramide-C. All things considered, Ceramide-C the formula is not up to par with anything.