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Skin Amour Serum is an anti-aging serum designed to hydrate the skin and rebuild the collagen matrix. Marketing campaigns claim that the serum has an instant lifting and tightening effect on the skin.
Skin Amour Serum can be ordered through a free trial online, but customers should be very wary of this trial. The anti-aging market is currently being plagued by a trend of scam products, all of which hook buyers with a “free trial,” then use their credit card information (provided for shipping and handling of the trial product) to enroll them in an expensive, monthly subscription of a poor quality product. Skin Amour Serum fits perfectly into the mold of these scam products.
The manufacturer of Skin Amour Serum is undisclosed, so customers know nothing about the history, reputation, or credentials of the company that produces the serum. Instead, customers are left to analyze the distributors of Skin Amour Serum—and nothing encouraging comes of that.
Skin Amour Serum is sold through a template website, virtually identical in layout and content to websites used to sell a multitude of other dubious anti-aging products. This website is extremely unprofessional. The product descriptions contain grammatical errors; the before and after pictures are unrealistic; the social media links are broken, etc. etc.
Skin Amour Serum makes two broad claims about its working process: the serum hydrates the skin and stimulates a boost in collagen production.
Hydration is an important element of any anti-aging regime. Healthy skin is 64% water. As the skin ages, the barriers that allow it to retain water grow weaker. As more and more water is lost through the skin, the skin begins to lose volume. Instead of looking plump and firm, the skin appears baggy and loose. Dry skin is also more vulnerable to discoloration and irritation.
Collagen production is another crucial part of any anti-aging regime (and, contrary to what the distributors of Skin Amour Serum would have you believe, almost all anti-aging products contain peptides to boost collagen production). The supportive matrix below the skin is mainly composed of collagen. As the skin ages, it begins to produce less collagen, and that matrix weakens. As a result, the skin sags into wrinkles.
If Skin Amour Serum really is an effective moisturizer and stimulant of collagen production, then it could be an effective anti-aging product. However, the product gives no indication of the mechanisms by which the serum moisturizes and stimulates collagen production. Customers are left to take the marketer’s word for it.
Skin Amour Serum doesn’t disclose any of the specific ingredients found in the cream. It mentions “a peptide” that promotes collagen production and “a natural skin plumper” that moisturizes the skin.
Without knowing the ingredients, there is little way to know that the cream will work or, at the very least, that it won’t irritate the skin.
- A free trial is available for customers to try Skin Amour Serum.
- Skin Amour Serum has all the hallmarks of a fraudulent product, using a “free trial” as a ploy to collect credit card information and enroll customers in a difficult-to-cancel automatic subscription.
- No information is available about the manufacturer or ingredients.