May 23, 2013
Neuvage claims to be a “totally new and unique blend of 14 of the world’s finest topical antioxidants.” They claim it will protect your skin from drying, thinning, wrinkles, and skin damage caused by free radicals in general and sun damage among other things. they claim that it has already worked for decades and could easily work for you.
History of Neuvage
Neuvage is backed by University of Utah professor Dr B Grant Bishop MD. A doctor’s backing obviously attracts a number of consumers that believe their word for various other reasons. They say it will actually give you everything you are looking for, and they sell exclusively through various third party sellers.
Antioxidants are meant to actually kill off free radicals that come from the sun, pollution, and various other sources. These could cause premature aging, but killing them does not prevent natural aging. They don’t have any that would produce more collagen and elastin, because to be honest, antioxidants don’t have this effect in general terms. However, they also fail to name the specific antioxidants or for that matter a full ingredients which is at best fishy and suspicious.
Possible side effects
Possible side effects include redness, irritation, burning, itching, flaking, burning sensations, dry skin, rash, inflammation, sensitivity to the sun, peeling, and dryness.
We would not recommend using Neuvage. It doesn’t help you to get rid of wrinkles or really prevent wrinkles. We have to doubt that they actually use any antioxidants at all. We also doubt they have any active ingredients at all, which is partly confirmed by the fact that they seem to focus on non-existent antioxidants. You would be better off with other products in general.