MH3 Nject Overview
MH3 (which stands for Miracle Hydrate) is the name of a company that produces Nject Line Elimination Serum. The anti-aging product was, according to the company website, developed by two women, one, a model and the other a cosmetologist. It is also said to be a ‘Hollywood secret’ implying that it is used by celebrities, although no proof of this is shown. Also, there are some very generic ‘clinical results’ provided but again, nothing concrete. The MH3 website is professional in appearance and does contain a number of customer testimonials and before and after photos of real users. The site informs customers that MH3 works instantly to reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles although best results are seen in approximately 2-4 weeks.
MH3 is sold through the official website at a cost of $89.95 which is a discounted price to those who sign up for the auto-shipping program (the regular cost is $120.00) There is a 30-day money back guarantee and a free sample is provided.
Collagen, Apple Stem Cells, Hyaluronic molecules, Kombucha
How Does MH3 Nject Work?
The information for MH3 in terms of the formula is limited and only the 4 key ingredients are mentioned and explained in any detail. It uses one very popular substance currently being included in beauty creams which is Apple Stem Cells. These cells are said to play an important part in rejuvenating older skin and are combined here with Collagen, to plump and fill sagging skin and Hyaluronic molecules which have the ability to attract and retain moisture. Another ingredient of note is Kombucha, a ‘living’ mushroom that has a ‘lipo-filling’ ability.
When applied to the skin, MH3 absorbs quickly to make wrinkles ‘invisible’ to the naked eye. It is not clear if the formula is hypo-allergenic, but it is animal cruelty free.
- A free sample is offered
- Customer testimonials are shown
- The ordering process is secure
- The key active ingredients are listed and described
- MH3 uses Apple Stem Cell technology
- No firm clinical test results are shown
- The website uses some unsubstantiated claims
- There is an auto-shipping program
- The entire ingredient list is not shown
- MH3 is expensive
It is likely that more consumers would feel inclined to purchase MH3 if the company provided more information about the formula. While testimonials are good, it is not enough to just make claims about the product without showing evidence. Apple Stem Cells are certainly a ‘buzzword’ in the beauty industry and they do seem to have many anti-aging benefits. What the consumer really needs to know however, is the amount included in the formula and to be shown actual clinical data of testing they may have undergone when combined with the other MH3 ingredients. Until this happens, MH3 is not a brand that users should take a chance on, especially given the higher price point.