Meaningful Beauty Review
Meaningful Beauty’s main page claims that through their products you will learn the secrets to Cindy Crawfords youthful skin. On the product page itself they go further, mentioning that during a six week clinical study 85% of participants reported skin improvement, 91% noted an overall healthier appearance, 76% noticed a decrease in skin dullness and dryness, and 85% would recommend this product to a friend. Which sounds impressive, but the question is can Meaningfull Beauty actually live up to all of it? Continue reading to find out more.
How does it Work?
The story behind what makes Meaningful Beauty is cause to make anyone skeptical. A rare melon cultivated by scientists in the south of France? This sounds more like the plot of a bad science fiction movie then skin care. Skepticism aside however, the melon contains a powerful antioxidant called superoxide dismutase. Which is often referred to by the manufacturers as the “youth molecule” responsible for their products age defying properties. Interesting? Yes, but how does it actually work?
Meaningful Beauty is actually a series of five different products. A skin softening cleanser, Antioxidant day creme, Anti Aging night creme, Lifting eye creme, and finally Firming chest and neck creme. As well as three bonus products available from their main site the Deep Cleansing Masque, Travel size glowing serum, and Wrinkle smoothing capsules.
The full ingredient list for these products, apart from the ‘special’ melon however remains a mystery. It is however, reasonably priced at 39.95 (not including shipping) and is backed by a 60 day no questions asked money back guarantee.
The reviews of Meaningful Beauty are incredibly varied. However, the greater majority reported that the product did not live up to its claims in any respect, and in some cases had led to a host of skin problems, swollen eyes, hives, itchy skin and a red burned look in more extreme cases. However, for those it did work for they state that it has worked very well and they are happily continuing to order more.
The average opinion seems to be that the product quite simply does not work, and though it is inexpensive by comparison you seem to be getting what you paid for in the results.
- Undisclosed, large ingredient list
- Poor consumer reviews
- Potentially skin irritating
Our take on it, is that until there is further evidence provided to prove out that Meaningful Beauty is doing more then relying on Cindy Crawford’s beauty and reputation to make sales, as well as their “secret melon” we would caution you to stay away from it, even if it does seem to be a reasonable value for the money.
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