Tuesday, January 25, 2011

Freezox Review



Freezox is a topical anti-aging serum that claims to dramatically minimize and reduce facial wrinkles. This treatment is advertised as the “controversial wrinkle-reducing phenomenon.” Freezox is intended to be used on the face. However, it’s not for those under 18 years of age. Furthermore, Freezox comes with other warnings such as “keep out of reach of children” and “do not use while pregnant or nursing an infant.”

Basically Freezox aims to assist users with the reduction of common aging afflictions like fine lines, crow’s feet, sagging, frown lines and deep facial wrinkles. This anti-wrinkle serum incorporates active ingredients such as Acetyl Octapeptide-3 and Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5. These components are claimed to tighten the user’s facial skin, promote rapid exfoliation and thereby drastically reducing wrinkles and other common signs of aging. Freezox is advertised as a powerful concentrate that’s “100% legal and doesn’t require a prescription.” It’s important to take notice of the warning for Freezox via the official website, which states users should not exceed three applications of Freezox within a 24 hour period. Freezox sells on the official website for a “discounted price of $177.79 for about one fluid ounce (28.3 grams )


FREEZOX-Cosmetic contains a 100%Proprietary Concentrate of:
Hyaluronic Acid, Acetyl Octapeptide-3, Palmitoyl Tripeptide-5, Silk Protein Peptides, MSM, Jojoba Oil, Vegetable Glycerin, DMAE (dimethylaminoethanol), Germall Plus+, Xantham, Frankincense, and Sandalwood. No Artificial color or fragrance





I was hesitant to try Freezox after reading a few things on their site. A negative would be that they do not offer a refund or money back guarantee. That of course throws up red signs for a consumer who has never tried a product before. Someone who hasn't had any experience with Freezox might see this and run the other way. The other thing that made me wonder was the "100% legal" note on their webpage. That's not something you commonly see on a beauty product page. It hasn't been approved by the FDA, which is another thing to consider. And of course the high price tag of $177. 79 for one 28.3 gram bottle. Ouch.



With that being said, Freezox does work. Once applied to my face I felt an automatic tightening, which is always a plus in my book when it comes to firming skin products. I have only used this a for a couple days, but my face has brightened and the dark circles around my eyes have faded drastically. I really do love Freezox. My skin is much softer and makeup is going on much smoother . Freezox contains hyaluronic acid which is a proven active ingredient for younger healthier looking skin.


In conclusion, I would say Freezox is a fabulous anti aging skin serum that can reduce lines, dark circles and brighten and soften your face. The results are quick and almost instantaneous. The only downside I can find to the product is the heavy price tag. If this was a little cheaper I would definitely make a second purchase. You can buy Freezox at Freezox.com or Vitamins.Net



Disclosure: Product was sent to me for consideration from PR for the purpose of this review. All opinions are my own. No monetary compensation was received.

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