May 18, 2013
Youthology is a product claiming to work within 90 seconds to help you to quite literally look 10 years younger. Botox doesn’t even work that fast, and no ingredients are proven to. In fact, there are quite a few products who have tried to make that claim or rather in a few minutes in some cases such as the Athena 7 Minute Lift. But all have failed so far. Still, they claim that you get the affordability and something better with manufacturer costs.
History of Youthology
Youthology is created by the Youthology Research Institute, and it is advertised through TV infomercials. These infomercials of course don’t provide a lot of information and hope you will use an impulse buy. But their website, which you are referred to if you want more information is also short on actual information.
Essentially speaking, Youthology is supposed to work for up to 8 hours at a time and wash away at the end of the day. It is not meant for long term results. Still, wrinkle fighting doesn’t work that way. It just means they use a lot of moisturizers, thick ones to make you think your skin feels different and therefore must look different. But they don’t actually provide any results.
Possible side effects
Possible side effects include redness, irritation, burning, itching, flaking, burning sensations, dry skin, rash, inflammation, sensitivity to the sun, peeling, dermatitis, and dryness.
We would not recommend Youthology. It’s a fake, and others commonly used methods of action that are just like this. They also have a tendency to use a lot of preservatives and don’t provide ingredients lists at all, which is a definite bad sign among any product. It is a sure sign of bad results or no results in fact. But if you use Youthology, this would not particularly surprise you.