May 20, 2013
Origins Youthopia is an age correcting serum. It is sold almost exclusively on eBay through various sellers, and its main ingredient is known to be an ingredient and general energizer and stimulant known as rhodiola rosea. It is more often used in diet pills for that reason, and they claim it will give you “youthful buoyancy” as they put it.
History of Origins Youthopia
Origins Youthopia is sold through retailers, mostly through eBay. But it can also be found in small grocery chains and otherwise such as Arnotts, House of Frazer, Clery’s, and many stores that can be found in airports across the country. It is not well known, but it is used as an impulse buy among other things.
Rhodiola rosea does not actually have the stimulant effect that would wake up the skin or even produce a glow, let alone produce more collagen and elastin to get rid of wrinkles. That is something that realistically only peptides give. It is not used in skincare products for a reason, and they don’t provide a full ingredients list, denoting no results at all in general terms.
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.
Origins Youthopia is entirely based on false pretenses. It doesn’t give you wrinkle fighting effects at all, and you would be sorely mistaken to think it would. It is not well known at all, because frankly people who use it do not spread the word. Why would they when they really get no results. We would not recommend buying this product even on an impulse buy.