Serutox claims to target wrinkles at the source. It was created by a Dr Barik, and even claims to specifically target forehead and eye wrinkles. Serutox is now sold in over 24 different countries, and it can be found online as the “first botox alternative.” They claim results can be seen within 3 to 6 weeks, and being that they claim it will relax muscles, they probably use argireline.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
There is no ingredients list for Serutox, though we assume it uses argireline. But we can’t really confirm that at this point. They have a link toward “active ingredients”, but it only leads you back to the ordering page. They probably use an insignificant concentration of argireline and no other ingredients of worth. Most of the ingredients are likely to be fillers or otherwise preservatives.
Overall Impression of Serutox:
On the good side, Serutox offers each customer a 60 day money back guarantee. But they don’t provide any information, and all the testimonials are one line and vague testimonials that really don’t provide you with any kind of description. There are no scientific studies, and really to try the product for 6 weeks would require you to buy 2 bottles, and we’re not sure if they would refund opened bottles or for that matter more than one bottle. You cannot really expect results with Serutox.