Q-Vectin Reviewed: Get the Facts about Q-Vectin

Editor Review: 3.5 / 5.0 editor's review

Wendy Adler

Q-Vectin is an anti-aging face cream that claims to be an alternative to Botox injections. Botox works to reduce facial muscle movement by relaxing the muscles. This helps reduce the appearance of current wrinkles and delay the development of others. This formula also claims they have developed a new breakthrough in anti-aging technology that involves copper peptides. The problem comes when you try to find proof of these claims. The company that produces this product does not present any clinical trial results to back it up. There are also no customer testimonials. The company presents no FAQ section to answer questions.

Q-Vectin

One of the main ingredients in Q-Vectin is CoQ10. This enzyme works to help cells renew and keep the skin looking young and supple. The formula also contains copper peptides which help to heal past damage done to the upper layers of skin while also giving the cells some protection from future damage. The formula contains cactus extract, algae extract, and vitamin A which help give the skin additional help in healing. The rich emollients in the formula help make the skin softer and smoother. The formula contains several ingredients that are common cosmetic fillers. The product goes on the skin twice a day. However, the manufacturer provides no indication of when a consumer should start to see results.

The Q-Vectin formula does contain many elements that will help improve the look of skin with regular use. The product is easy to apply. Consumers can find the product on many skin care retailers online. The price puts it into the affordable range for most budgets.

But, Q-Vectin does have some worrisome issues. The first is there is no information on the manufacturer. The company makes very grandiose claims, but provides no clinical trial information, customer testimonials, or before and after photos to back those claims up. While the ingredients in the formula will provide positive skin changes, they are not an alternative to Botox. The company provides a list of ingredients, but there is no indication of proportions, and the formula contains many fillers. The company provides no money back guarantee, though many retailers have a refund policy in place.