May 18, 2013
Youth Factor is meant to visibly reduce wrinkles and the common signs of aging in 4 weeks flat along with producing other supposedly amazing benefits. They claim you can visibly get that youthful glow you are looking for while strengthening and regenerating the skin in general terms.
History of Youth Factor
Youth Factor accepts refunds on products you haven’t actually used. So if you get it and decide right then you don’t want it, you can send it back or in the bare minimum 30 days. They also charge a 10% restocking fee, even if you send it back quite immediately or try to cancel your order before that. They don’t really disclose who the company is, where they are based, etc.
Youth Factor does not give you any ingredients. This essentially tells you right off the bat that they don’t have any ingredients of worth. Even if they had antioxidants, which don’t fight wrinkles, they would jump on the bandwagon to list those as their “main ingredients.” But they don’t even have that, let alone any moisturizers, just preservatives and harmful fillers among other things.
Possible side effects
Common reported side effects of Youth Factor include redness, irritation, burning, itching, flaking, burning sensations, dry skin, rash, inflammation, sensitivity to the sun, peeling, dermatitis, and dryness.
You would be ill advised to buy this product. It comes with quite a few side effects. But it does not actually produce any benefits, or at least not any plausible benefits that we have seen. Successful products seem to provide full information, and unfortunately even those that do provide full information aren’t always reliable. But those that don’t are always worthless.