Restoring Night Serum Review
Some wrinkles creams advertise results in four to five weeks, but not many advertise results in fourteen days. Restoring Night Serum states the ability to improve and repair skin in two weeks flat.
Due to a patented technology, Restoring Night Serum advertises the ability to use cross-linking elastin to hydrate and strengthen the skin. Strengthening the skin is said to result in younger-looking skin, not to mention more resilient skin. Restoring Night Serum states that skin repairs itself during the night, which is why this product is best for full and effective restoration.
Not only is Restoring Night Serum oil-free but also paraben-free. It is also non-comedogenic and hypo-allergenic. By repairing the surface structure of the skin, Restoring Night Serum claims to rejuvenate in no time at all.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action
Restoring Night Serum contains antioxidants that can help fight free radicals. One of these antioxidants is vitamin E, which also comes with the benefits of being a vitamin and not just an antioxidant. Peptides are the key element in Restoring Night Serum, protein structures that have been clinically proven to reduce the look of wrinkles by increasing the skin’s natural collagen production.
The main peptide in this product in the palmitoyl pentapeptide-4 that not only helps produce collagen but also elastin. Despite the ability to increase collagen and elastin production, peptides need to work together. Restoring Night Serum contains only one peptide and not in the correct amounts to produce any results.
Other than the single peptide, Restoring Night Serum does not contain any wrinkle reducing elements. Ingredients for this product include water, glycerin, dimethicone, caffeine, turmeric root extract, dill extract, benzyl alcohol, phenoxyethanol, and many others
Overall Impression of Restoring Night Serum
By lacking the necessary ingredients to actually fight wrinkles, Restoring Night Serum not only does not reduce wrinkles in two weeks, it does not reduce wrinkles at all. Antioxidants are not wrinkle improving agents and the extracts include have no purpose other than fillers. When looking for a wrinkle reducer, Restoring Night Serum may not be the last stop.