May 23, 2013
Rejuvinol is supposed to be a nutrient rich product and moisturizer that will help you to nourish the skin, fight wrinkles, and feel a soft and silky feeling on your skin in general. They have AM and PM formulas or rather a day cream and a night cream for optimum benefits and results in general terms. They say it will give you the best results you have ever seen.
History of Rejuvinol
Their main site actually is based off of BODeSTORE.com, which is apparently complete body solutions in general as they offer anti anxiety products, bone & joint products, and various others. They have placed ads in magazines like Vogue and Elle, which make no mistake does not mean they were “featured.” But they claim it is the product of the star.
Rejuvinol doesn’t really reveal their ingredients. There are some sites that seem to have some connection to their store. However, nobody actually sites the full ingredients list interestingly enough. They just site main ingredients such as acetyl hexapeptide-3 and retinyl palmitate as well as vitamin C. Only acetyl hexapeptide-3 actually fights wrinkles. The rest have no application. They are either moisturizers or acne fighters. They are not well placed in any wrinkle fighter. They reveal no amounts and most likely use quite a few fillers in large amounts and active ingredients only in small and inconsequential amounts.
Possible side effects
Possible side effects include redness, irritation, burning, itching, sensitivity to the sun, peeling, and dryness.
Rejuvinol is an undisclosed product in general. It does not have the right ingredients, the right amounts, or anything else that would show promise in general for your future of wrinkle free skin. It has one active wrinkle fighting ingredient, and that is literally it. The blend is not proper at all. We would recommend staying far away from this product or any other like it quite frankly speaking.