As a product of the cosmetic industry NightSkin was not created by manufacturers, instead NightSkin was developed by a cosmetic surgeon. With several years of experience working in the medical field, Dr. Arthur Perry used his expertise to formulate a product that is said to reduce adult acne and wrinkles within only one week.
Without moisturizers or peptides Dr. Perry uses other ingredients to supposedly reduce fine lines and wrinkles, reverse skin discoloration, improve skin texture, exfoliate, repair skin, protect skin, and smooth skin. NightSkin is formulated to only work at night, due to its unique ingredients. But the question is of whether or not Dr. Perry’s approach is better than the rest.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
NightSkin contains retinyl propionate as a collagen and elastin building agent. However retinyl propionate is a derivative of vitamin A, which has benefits as a vitamin but not as a wrinkle-fighter. Peptides are the ingredients that are proven to increase collagen and elastin production in skin, the one needed ingredient that Dr. Perry did not include.
NightSkin also includes L-ascorbic acid to give the skin antioxidants and glycolic acid to exfoliate the skin. Neither ingredient is proven to improve the look of wrinkles. Licorice extract is the only other listed ingredient, though it is only included as a skin brightener, not a wrinkle reducer.
NightSkin does not list any other ingredients, though the websites notes use of vitamin C.
Overall Impression of NightSkin
NightSkin comes with several side effects that are reported by most users. Such side effects include itching, burning, redness, and irritation. Dr. Perry is well aware that such side effects are common and recommends to users that they only used NightSkin twice a week at the start so their skin may adjust to the formula. Such irritations are probably cause by not listing ingredients.
By not containing actual wrinkle reducing components, NightSkin is in effective in producing the results it advertises. And the price tag of fifty dollars is out of the budget for most consumers.