Kinerase Review

The Kinerase line of anti-aging products has seen an explosive growth in popularity recently so I decided I would take a closer look at what they have to offer. I had several friends who were using their products and had heard some very good things about a couple of them so I decided to go ahead and give them a try.

This review will be a bit different from my standard format of focusing on a single product. Kinerase designed their skin care product line to work as a system so I decided that it would be best to test the quality and effectiveness of the system and not each product in the line. Next, I will share my experience, point out some benefits, attempt to answer some common questions, and offer my opinion on how the system works.

Does it Really Work?

One thing that makes this brand different from other cosmetics lines is that it is one of the only systems that puts a focus on caring for and improving sun damaged skin and sensitive areas that are recovering from dermatological procedures such as microdermabrasion. Almost every mainstream brand has a cleanser, an eye cream, and an anti-wrinkle product but this collection takes specialization one step further.

Sun damage is one of the leading causes of lines, wrinkles, and facial discoloration. Damage from the sun can make you look older than expression lines, puffy eyes, dark circles or almost any other age-related beauty problem. One of the most attractive features of this line is that it provides products to address each of these serious skin care issues individually.

How effective are the products?

I tested out three Kinerase products and saw a visible improvement with a product for fine lines and wrinkles, an eye cream, and a product formulated to reduce skin discolorations and sun spots. It took about 2 weeks of daily use before I was able to notice a visible reduction in lines and wrinkles however the improvement was significant and the results seemed to get better the longer I used the product.

The standard cream produced a noticeable correction in skin tone and sun spots within about 3-4 days and was the product in the line that I was most impressed with. I had several light brown sun spots around my eyes and this really helped to soften their appearance. That was really impressive to me because none of the other anti-aging products I've used helped at all. My favorite feature of this line is the convenient travel kits that are great for taking your beauty care routine on the go!

Final Thoughts

Overall I was very happy with what I saw from this line and would certainly bless it with my recommendation. I started seeing results quickly and never experienced any redness or skin irritation while using any of the products in the line. Some of the products are expensive but considering the results, I believe they're a good value.

I give it 4 out of 5 possible stars in anti-aging and wrinkle reduction and a full five stars out of five possible for repairing sun damage and protecting against future sun damage. This is a great anti-wrinkle product line and definitely one worth trying if you are looking for something to combat sun damage, skin discolorations, and the signs of aging! Look for online bargains and special offers to avoid paying full retail prices in your local department store.

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yenajeon 6 years ago from California

Great Hub! I too am a huge fan of Kinerase however, the price tag does make you double-think it!

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