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Nur76 is a recently released brand of skin lightening and anti-aging agents, which claim to have a dramatic effect on skin tone within 90 days of continued use. In addition to lightening dark complexions, the products are also supposed to be able to target and lighten dark spots on the skin, like freckles, dark circles under the eyes, and scars from acne or pregnancy.
Skin lightening products come in packages of three normal strength or extra strength lightening products. Anti-aging products come individually wrapped. Prices are slightly above average for similar products, but the company offers a 90-day money back guarantee to remove the risk from the investment.
Although Nur76, as a brand, has only recently come onto the market, the company claims to have spent over 20 years developing their products before they were released. In fact, the 76 in Nur76 stands for the number of refinements that were made to the company’s first product, prior to its release.
The company’s founder has been interviewed on several small British and Asian TV channels, and the products have received a lot of media attention.
The company is set up in a typical mass-marketing pattern. Products are sold to sellers, who are then supposed to earn a commission by finding more buyers for the products.
How Nur76 Works?
Although each individual product has its own target aims and active ingredients, the general working process of Nur76 products is summarized below:
Skin lightening products moisturize and nourish the skin to foster rapid growth of bright, healthy skin cells. Meanwhile, other ingredients reduce the production of melanin, the skin pigment responsible for dark spots and discolorations. As old cells are sloughed off, the new, healthy, low-melanin cells are revealed at the surface of the skin.
Anti-aging products contain soluble proteins that help restore youthful collagen levels to the skin. Sense collagen is the substance that makes up the structural scaffolding beneath the skin, increased collagen means that the skin is better at staying in place. Anti-aging products also act as muscle relaxants, similar to Botox.
A full list of ingredients is not available for Nur76 products. However, product descriptions do have some vague information:
Lightening products are said to contain vitamins and minerals, both of which contribute to improving the health and metabolism of skin cells.
Anti-aging products contain hexapeptide-3, a muscle relaxing agent, and soluble collagen.
- 90-day money back guarantee
- Large amount of media coverage
- Unprofessional website and mass marketing business structure make the company (and, by extension, its products) seem somewhat suspicious
Despite some media coverage, Nur76 is a dubious brand. Verified customer reviews have been overwhelmingly negative, and the company’s unprofessional website and red-flag mass marketing structure should give buyers caution.
Fortunately, there have been no complaints about difficulty in getting a refund using the 90-day money back guarantee, so it is possible for buyers to try the products themselves without taking a large financial risk.