Q-Vectin is an anti-aging product that actually states on its packaging that it is a Botox alternative. This means that it should have the same effect as Botox injections which help to relax facial contractions that result in a smoothing of wrinkles and decrease* in future signs of aging. Q-Vectin also claims that it uses a ‘revolutionary’ technology involving copper peptides, but unfortunately the information does not provide any clinical studies to back this up.
Q-Vectin is available through several online skin care retailers and although the product itself offers no money back guarantees, most retailers do have their own returns policy. Product information for Q-Vectin is very limited, consisting mainly of a brief outline of how it works and the formula ingredients. There are no FAQ’s or customer testimonials and no details regarding the manufacturer.
Q-Vectin – Product Description
All ingredients are listed for the Q-Vectin formula which uses two key active substances, CoQ10, a naturally occurring enzyme that is essential to cell renewal and youthful skin, plus Copper peptides. This ingredient is formed when certain peptides are used to bind to the mineral copper, and has shown to be beneficial in healing and repair the top layers of the skin. There are many other ‘filler’ ingredients contained in Q-Vectin and it is not known how potent the overall effect would be. However, it does also contain amounts of Vitamins A, Algae and Cactus extracts, plus a number of rich emollients.
Q-Vectin should be massaged into the skin twice a day, but there is no indication given as to how soon results should be seen.
- Q-Vectin is affordable
- It contains proven ingredients
- It is easy to apply
- Q-Vectin is widely available
- No clinical studies are cited
- Ingredient amounts are not known
- It is unlikely to rival Botox
- No customer testimonials are provided
- There is no money back guarantee
Q-Vectin – The Bottom Line
There are many good, reputable products that contain CoQ10 and it does have a history of helping fight the most obvious signs of aging. The addition of Copper peptide in the formula is interesting, although there is not enough known about it as yet to see exactly how beneficial it proves to be. Overall, it would be more advisable to opt for another CoQ10 containing cream that preferably has either a risk-free trial or solid money back guarantee.
As we age the composition, texture and appearance of our skin changes. Signs of skin aging include wrinkles, fine lines, loss of moisture, uneven tone, and dull, tired-looking skin. There are countless anti-wrinkle creams on the market promising to make skin look and feel younger. Many anti-wrinkle creams promise everything short of a facelift or to provide the much sought after "fountain of youth". In reality most are just moisturizers marketed as anti-aging products.
Below you’ll find some of the most effective wrinkle serum/cream formulations on the market today, in our opinion.