DDF Silky C Review
In recent years the cosmetic industry was introduced to the benefits of science. By separating each element and structure, science has provided the beauty industry will incredible benefits. DDF Silky C advertises its ability to combine both nature and science.
DDF Silky C is said to increase skin firmness, exfoliate skin, eliminate fine lines and wrinkles, improve skin tone, and hydrate the skin. Each benefit is said to come from DDF Silky C’s own DNA complex and list of vitamins and antioxidants.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
DDF Silky C is comprised of several ingredients that are not usually used in facial serums. DDF Silky C contains a DNA complex that uses cytosine, guanine, adenine, thymine, and uracil. However there is no indication that this DNA complex works and no citation of how it is constructed.
DDF Silky C also includes several different vitamins, including vitamin, C, vitamin A, and vitamin E. Each are said to help hydrate the skin as well as firm and tone. Retinol is one of the biggest factors of this product. Deriving from vitamin A, retinol does not reduce the look of wrinkles; however it does have the ability to reduce acne and fight blemishes.
Antioxidants are also noted as anti-aging components. However antioxidants do not have the ability to reduce wrinkles and only have the benefits of providing elements to fight free radicals.
Other ingredients include tocopherol, corn oil, cyclomethicone, dimethiconol, cyclopentasiloxane, safflower seed oil, acetate, genistein, pydioxine, xanthophyll, carrot seed oil, benzotriazolyl dodecyle p-cresol, lycopene, tetrahexyldecyl ascorbate, ubiquinone, choleclaciferol, and lycopene.
Overall Impression of DDF Silky C
Not all of DDF Silky C’s ingredients are listed, nor is the system of how the DNA complex is created. DDF Silky C also requires the use of a hydrating mask and exfoliating skin scrub, despite its advertisements to exfoliate and hydrate on its own. Consumers have reported sensitivity to sunlight after use as well as over drying. DDF Silky C also does not have the proper ingredients to treat wrinkles, though it does contain acne treatment, which it does not advertise.