Chrono Repair Review
A Swiss based product, Chrono Repair is produced by Methode Physiodermie. It is sold largely through spas as well as through some online outlets. But the third party retailers are usually about equal to eBay or eVitamins as opposed to a higher end third party retailer.
If you try to go through their official website either to buy or to find out more information such as a basic ingredients list, you do have to give them personal contact information and fill out a form first. We have seen no ingredients list online, denoting the idea that even with personal information, they don’t provide you with any answer.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
There are no ingredients lists for Chrono Repair. They claim you can ask for it. But as we said before, there are no independent ingredients lists posted anywhere. They claim it will fight free radicals and promote collagen growth. But those things require actual ingredients, which Chrono Repair is conveniently mysterious about. Essentially, they won’t tell you anything about themselves besides their name, but they expect you to pay $230.
Overall Impression of Chrono Repair:
Chrono Repair is selling at a higher price than the best products we’ve found, and yet they don’t provide any information. Does that make sense to you? Maybe people don’t ask about the ingredients, assuming that at that price, it must be good. That is far from the truth. Yes, if you buy a $5 product, you know you won’t see results. But when you get above $20, it’s an open market. There are good and bad products in just about every price range, and Chrono Repair is a junk product.