Restoring Night Serum
Restoring Night Serum works while consumers sleep and does not require application during the day. Restoring Night Serum’s research shows that skin naturally recovers during sleep, so Restoring Night Serum strives to accelerate this process.
Restoring Night Serum claims to use a patented cross-linking elastin technology to hydrate the skin while strengthening the skin. Results are said to appear in two weeks or fewer. Wrinkles are said to be reduced when skin is strengthened as well as to reduce aging factors. Restoring Night Serum is proud to say that it does not include oil or parabens in its product and uses a hypo-allergenic blend of non-comedogenic ingredients. With a price of ninety-five dollars Restoring Night Serum has potential, but does it work?
Restoring Night Serum uses natural ingredients to benefit the skin. Such ingredients include turmeric root extract, dill extract, and vitamin E. Vitamin E works as an antioxidant to fight free radicals but does not have the properties to reverse the signs of aging. Both turmeric root extract and dill extract do not have the capability of reducing wrinkles either.
Peptides have been proven to stimulate collagen and elastin production in the skin but only when provided in large amounts and large numbers. Restoring Night Serum includes one peptide—palmitoyl pentapeptide-4—for this reasons; however without the addition of other peptides, this one peptide is not effective in reducing the look of wrinkles.
Other ingredients in Restoring Night Serum include water, glycerin, ethyl decadienoate, niacinamide, xanthan gum, caffeine, benzyl alcohol, and polymethylsilsequioxae.
Restoring Night Serum lacks the needed ingredients to reduce wrinkles, though one peptide is included. Wrinkles cannot truly be reduced in two weeks, despite the dozens of other ingredients included. Antioxidants and moisturizers give the skin added benefits but cannot do as Restoring Night Serum advertises.