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Nufinity is an anti-aging cream designed to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and blemishes as effectively as more drastic skin solutions, like Botox or plastic surgery. The cream claims to “take ten years off your appearance in days.”
The makers of Nufinity offer a risk free trial. Sign up, and you will receive one bottle of Nufinity for free (just pay shipping at handling). If you fail to cancel your free trial and ship the product back within 14 days, your credit card will be charged the full retail price of Nufinity, usually between $80 and $100.
It’s difficult to pin down information about the manufacturer of Nufinity, and this difficulty should be taken as a warning sign for cautious buyers. The ads that are supposed to let customers sign up for a free trial of Nufinity frequently re-direct to trials for other products.
Nufinity takes a 4 prong approach to improving the appearance of skin.
Firstly, Nufinity supports the health and growth of new skin cells by replenishing nutrient levels in the skin. Secondly, the cream reverses the skin’s process of sagging as it ages by restoring the collagen infrastructure beneath with ingredients that stimulate increased collagen production. Thirdly, the cream hydrates the skin for a more supple look and brighter complexion. Finally, the cream cleans and softens the skin.
Four active ingredients are associated with Nufinity.
Marine collagen complex activates cellular metabolism and stimulates the biosynthesis of collagen, a molecule that supports the structural support of your skin. Marine collagen complex is a common ingredient in anti-aging creams.
Retinol (with vitamin A) is an antioxidant that combats the damaging activity of free-radicals in the skin. It is another common ingredient in anti-aging creams.
IP6 is an antioxidant and a stimulant of the immune system, which has been speculated to reduce the risk of skin cancer.
Matrixyl 3000 is a molecule that stimulates increased collagen formation to improve skin tone and elasticity. Matrixyl 3000 is a darling of the anti-aging industry and is widely trusted to reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
- Ingredients are well known in the anti-aging industry
- Free trial gives you the opportunity to form your own opinion about the cream
- Information about the manufacturer is unavailable
- Hyperbolic marketing statements are red flags that the product might be a scam
- Relatively high price
Websites selling Nufinity boast glowing testimonials from a number of users, who claim that they saw rapid, dramatic results from using Nufinity. However, un-affiliated reviews are lukewarm.