ActiFade

Editor Review: 3 / 5.0 editor's review

Cheryl Kramer

ActiFade Product Overview

ActiFade is a skin cream line that claims to gradually fade dark discolorations in the skin, such as freckles, age spots, liver spots, and pigment in the skin that may occur during pregnancy or from the use of oral contraceptives. ActiFade comes in four different formulas for different parts of the body. There are no clinical studies or customer reviews on the ActiFade website, however, the website does link to various social media groups that do discuss the product.

ActiFade is not available for purchase on its website. However, the products can be found at Walgreens and CVS. The ActiFade company’s phone number and email address are available for customers with questions or concerns. There is also a FAQ section that helps clarify what each product does. It also includes all the ingredients.

ActiFade The Product Details

ActiFade

ActiFade is a skin cream line made a variety of different ingredients. All the ingredients are listed on the website. The ActiFade Precision Age-Defying Complex does contain the ingredient Benzene 1. This ingredient is controversial because it has been banned in various countries around the world because of possible connections to certain types of cancer. ActiFade cream can be used twice a day, every day. The creams areformulated to significantly lighten areas of pigmentation, reveal brightness and even overall skin tone.

ActiFade cream does not have any clinical trials to support its claims.There are known adverse side effects to the ingredient, Benzene 1, which is found in the Precision Age-Defying Complex.ActiFade comes in four different formulas including: Precision Age-Defying Complex, Face Complex, Neck Lift Neck Firming Activator, and Skinbumps KP Complex.

ActiFade promises to help those with ageing skin, pregnancy or medication side effects, uneven skin and sun damage. There are no clinical studies or customer reviews on the ActiFade website.

Strengths Of ActiFade

  • ActiFade ingredients are all listed on the website.
  • Website includes contact information, via phone and email.
  • ActiFade can be purchased at Walgreens and CVS, chain stores found all over the country.
  • ActiFade website has a video presentation to detail how the products work.

Weaknesses Of ActiFade

  • ActiFade is not available for purchase on the company’s website.
  • There are no customer testimonials or clinical trials about ActiFade.
  • Some ActiFade products contain Benzene 1.
  • No free samples of ActiFade are available on the company website.

ActiFade The Bottom Line

ActiFade claims to help remove dark spots, but there are no clinical trials or customer reviews to help a customer decide if this product is right for him or her. The company website does not sell the products, although they can be purchased at nation-wide retailers, CVS and Walgreens. One of the products in the ActiFade line contains Benzene 1. This ingredient has been banned in countries around the world. There is no mention of the possible consequences associated with using this ingredient.

The website is easy to navigate and there are links to social media pages that give more information and reviews from real people about ActiFade products.