Complexion MD Reviewed: Get the Facts about Complexion MD

Editor Review: 3 / 5.0 editor's review

Wendy Adler

Complexion MD falls into the category of an anti-aging cream that also claims to relax facial muscles with continual use. The website for the product is professional in appearance, but a bit overstated in the marketing approach it uses. The website offers a thorough FAQ section to answer common consumer questions. There are also several consumer testimonials. It does not provide before and after photos however. The manufacturer offers a 15-day free trial offer. But, it comes with a catch. After the 15-day trial period, if the consumer does not cancel the agreement, the company automatically rolls them into a membership program where they receive a jar of the product every month. The initial price for a jar is $99.99 for 1oz.

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The manufacturer of Complexion MD does provide a partial list of ingredients. This includes acetyl hexapeptide-3 and palmitoyl pentapeptide to relax the facial muscles. Vitamin A and Shea butter help the skin refresh and moisturize. Hyaluronic acids helps draw moisture into the skin tissues. Aloe Vera helps the upper skin layers recover from sun and wind damage. The manufacturer claims the formula is good for any type of skin. For best results, the manufacturer recommends using the product for at least 21 to 28 days. They also claim, however, that a user should see some results almost instantly.

Overall, Complexion MD appears to have ingredients that should help the skin appear younger and fuller. The website offers a number of consumer testimonials and a comprehensive FAQ section. The product has undergone dermatologist testing. The website also offers a list of the main ingredients along with explanations on their benefits. The website offers secure order processing as well.

There are a number of drawbacks to Complexion MD. The biggest issue may be the cost. At $99.99 per month with an automatic enrollment plan, consumers may find themselves paying a high price for a product they may not want. The website does not show before and after photos to provide visual proof of their claims. It also does not show any clinical studies performed either. The information on the manufacturer is quite limited.