Cream of Cathay Review
Created by Jason Winters, the Cream of Cathay comes from a line of products based on ingredients which Winters claims cured a cancerous tumor on his neck which did not respond to chemotherapy or other medical treatments.
He searched the globe for another cure, and went into full remission, then developing a full line of products. That is dangerously close or maybe even over the line of being sued by the FTC. Still, he continues to claim that his products will improve your skin and your general health. But he doesn’t disclose these supposed cancer curing ingredients.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
Cream of Cathay ingredients include Water Extracts of Jason Winters Herbal Tea, Pau D’Arco, Witch Hazel/Aloe Vera, Acetylated Lanolin, Isopropyl Palmitate, Sorbitol, Stearic Acid, Glyceril Stearate, Cetyl Alcohol, Methyl Glucose Sesquistearate/Peg-20 Methyl Glucose Sesquistearate, Ethyl DiHydroxpropyl-PABA, Rose Water, Carbomer/Tea, Sodium Edetate, Methyl and Propyl Paraben, Diazolidinyl Urea. The first ingredient, we believe, is just another way of saying “water”, which does not bode well for Cream of Cathay considering the other products who have made up their own names for common ingredients. Aside from that, they have some skin soothers such as aloe vera, astringents such as witch hazel, and a bunch of fillers. In short, there are no wrinkle fighting ingredients.
Overall Impression of Cream of Cathay:
The best thing about Cream of Cathay is its price. It is sold at an extremely low price, as it should be. Any product under about $20 is guaranteed, in most cases, to be junk, and Cream of Cathay is no exception. It has no wrinkle fighting ingredients whatsoever and really no ingredients of worth. We would not suggest buying this product, because $16.95 spent on this product is still $16.95 you could’ve spent on a product that actually works.