Wrinkle Reducer

BG has become quite popular among its customers not because it is a great achievement but due to the extended advertising program. The manufacturers of the product have been in the business for more than seven years. It is another wrinkle reducer that promises to soften fine lines and wrinkles, smoothen, rejuvenate and tighten the skin. It works due to its main ingredient, sodium hyaluronate, which is known for its ability to absorb 1000 times its weight in water. If you look at the official website of the company, you will be disappointed because it is not the site of such an experienced manufacturer. It contains four fake before and after photos and a form to fill in for ordering the product. There is no information about the main ingredients in the BG or possible side effects of this product. The company seems not to produce any other products which is also strange for a company which has been on the market for more than seven years.

As it was already mentioned, the manufacturer doesn't bother itself as to inform the customers of the main components in BG IWR. There is also no information that the product has been studied in any laboratory experiments. There is no proof of conducting even minor studies, so you never know what effect can be expected from the product. Still, the manufacturer claims that BG contains ingredients which were backed by research. Still, there is no proof of this research. It is not excepted that the product contains those bulking fillers and agents.

Let us have a look at the blend of the product's ingredients. Matrixyl is the first one of them. It is claimed to boost the production of collagen and reduce wrinkles and fine lines. The manufacturer says that the research was published in the journal Molecular Pharmaceutics and the International Journal of Cosmetic Science, however, it has the form of an advertisement. Glycerin is another active ingredient in the product. It is said to be able to attract and hold in moisture, so that the skin stays hydrated. It is considered to be a safe substance but only if it is used in the right proportions. The Food and Drug Administration allows its usage in cosmetics.

Tocopheryl Acetate is also known as Vitamin E. This component works due to its powerful antioxidant properties. It can fight free radicals, thus, decrease skin damage. There is a research in the Journal of Molecular Medicine, according to the manufacturer of the product, even though this information is not checked. Green Tea Extract is another natural ingredient which has a very mild action, though. It fights free radicals and skin damage connected with this negative impact. It also contributes to skin moisture, helps skin to resist the damage caused by the sun, reduces inflammation, and fights aging symptoms. A number of minor clinical studies have been conducted to show the use of the compound for the skin care, but there is no proof that it can work safely.

Sodium Hyaluronate is the last active ingredient in BG. It is said to improve skin hydration and elasticity while decreasing wrinkles. There is no clinical proof that this component is really effective. The product also contains shea butter and different polymers to improve the look of the skin. It is unknown whether the higher mentioned ingredients are safe, so we need to take a closer look at possible side effects of the product and customer reviews associated with its usage.

The manufacturer tried to conceal any information about possible side effects and adverse reactions associated with the usage of BG, however, I managed to find some evidence. If the maker stays silent when it comes to this important issue, it may mean that the product is not completely natural and safe. It may fail to solve the skin problems it is said to be effective for. The cream may carry certain potential dangers for your skin too. Thus, for example, Matrixyl may interact with other ingredients contain in the skin care product. As a result, it can irritate the skin or lead to the rash. However, it is mentioned that reputable anti-wrinkle creams are made of the highest quality ingredients only, so that it is possible to avoid these side effects. We are not sure what kind of ingredients are contained in BG. Let us have a look at the real users' reviews.

"Beware of BG! It is a SCAM! They will charge your credit card $89.95 within a few weeks, even though they promise that their trial offer is completely free. I did not sign any documents, so how did they dare behave like this? I am going to complain! My credit card company warned me about a fraud alert. I have never opened the product and I am not going to use it!"

"BG did not reduce my wrinkles despite my using the cream for almost a month. I have read so many negative reviews about this cream that now I am afraid that it may damage my skin. My friend even experienced severe rash on her skin after using it overnight."

"Because the rep informed me that the company would try to charge on my credit card after I ordered a free trial, I had to cancel my credit card and get a replacement card. I just returned the unopened product and happy not to pay for what I don't have to pay. I don't like to be fooled."

BG IWR can be bought from a number of retail stores including Walmart, GNC and Amazon. The latter sells one bottle of the product for $105.95+$4.57 shipping. The official website offers a free trial version but it seems to be a scam, so I don't recommend you buying the product from the manufacturer.

I don't think that BG can take proper care of your skin because it is associated with many negative users' reviews. They say that you risk getting involved into a skin enrollment program and the company will charge you about $100 each month. Besides, the product is not as effective as claimed on the official website. It may cause irritation and rash of the skin too. I would advise you looking for a more effective and reputable skin care product online.