Neocutis Skin Cream
Skin creams have been tested and created all over the world. Many companies are inspired by one another, which is the case for Neocutis. Neocutis was inspired by the University Hospital of Lausanne in Switzerland to produce Neocutis Skin Cream. While performing research for skin healing in relation to wounds Neocutis developed a skin cream that is said to reduce fine lines, improve skin tone, and enhance skin’s texture.
Neocutis Skin Cream claims to improve skin discoloration and skin healing following other facial treatments, such as chemical peels, microdermabrasion, and similar dermatologist treatments. Neocutis Skin Cream is not advertised to give dramatic results, but do its claims hold up?
The texture of the skin can greatly result in an aged appearance, so Neocutis Skin Cream strives to improve skin texture through smoothing, altering texture, and improving its overall coloring. Once these elements have been improved, skin is said to look younger, despite any present wrinkles.
Neocutis Skin Cream used various chemicals and elements in its product. These include stearic acid, water, ceteareth-20, methylisothiasolinone, methylchloroisothiazolinone, glycerin, wheat germ oil, propylene glycol, octyldodecanol, triethanolamine, carbomer, disodium EDTA, BHT, and several others.
The main ingredient in Neocutis Skin Cream is PSP. PSP stand for Processed Skin Cell Proteins, which include several elements like Human Growth Factors, Cytokines, and Interleukins. Such ingredients in PSP have been proven in clinical trials to improve the look of skin as well as its texture.
Neocutis Skin Cream can only be purchased through a physician, which can lead to an elevated price. Currently Neocutis Skin Cream does not list a price for purchase. Though it does not advertise large results Neocutis Skin Cream does advertise the ability to reduce wrinkles, which it cannot. The ingredients in Neocutis Skin Cream are not proven to increase collagen and elastin in the skin, thus not reducing the look of wrinkles.