EVD is a skincare product that claims to decrease the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines from the mature skin. Getting wrinkles is a normal phenomenon when a person ages but not everyone of use wishes to see these aging signs on their face. EVD promises to contain the ingredients which are meant to help conceal the undesired items on the face. This cream intends fight the problem mainly due to the hydrating substances that are said to improve the production of elastin and collagen. You are supposed to enjoy the following benefits: less wrinkles, smoother skin on your face and neck, more radiant skin. This product is an alternative to surgical alternatives or infusions.
The company behind EVD is not reputable and is badly known. What is known is that its headquarters are based somewhere in the USA. The official website of the product is low-informative as it contains very little information on the ingredients in the product and possible side effects. It seems that the company uses the cream purely for making money. There is no guarantee that putting this cream on your face two times a day will remove all the aging sighs from your skin. This product is accessible through a special trial offer which seems to be a real scam.
In fact, the manufacturer names only two ingredients in the product. They are Vitamin C and Retinol, but in reality, they are more numerous. There is a wide range of components that can be found in a number of diverse anti-maturing treatments (look toujeo). Let us have a look at these ingredients.
Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice Extract is said to be added to the product to diminish skin irritation and inflammation; however, it can often cause allergic reactions like hives, skin rash, itchy or swollen skin, chest pain, difficulty in breathing, and throat irritation. Sage leaf extract is used to protect the skin's pores from the damage from free radicals which often contact our skin in the atmosphere. There is completely no information about this ingredient on webmd.com, so it cannot be trusted completely.
Safflower Seed Oil is used to decrease skin break out and diverse imperfections on your face. Generally, it is used in foods and for cooking. In manufacturing, it can be found in color cosmetics and dye fabrics. This ingredient promises to conceal the acne and blemishes on the skin improving its tone. However, webmd.com says nothing about the topical use of this compound. Sweet Almond Seed Extract is said to improve the color of your skin. There is insufficient evidence for the effectiveness of this compound for the treatment of chapped and irritated skin, howeever.
Stearoyl alcohol works by keeping moisture on the skin surface thus keeping it well-hydrated. This drug is used as a moisturizer to improve the condition of rough, itchy, scaly, dry skin and minor skin irritations (e.g., skin burns and diaper rash). This product is mainly used to protect the skin from irritation but there is no clinical evidence of its safety and effectiveness.
Another basic ingredient in EVD is keratin that is used to soften the horny substance on the top layer of the skin but it can carry certain potential side effects. Peptides are elements which are said to boosts collagen production in the skin but this claim is not scientifically proven yet. Mica is another components that is said to make the skin tone more even by removing uneven discolorations. There is no information online about its topical use. So, promoting a younger and healthy skin may be nothing else that the hopeful promise of the manufacturer.
The full ingredient list is currently unknown. You can see it only after buying the product and studying it on the label. There is a high chance that EVD may contain harmful chemicals of unnatural components which can be threatening for your health. So, let us have a look at possible side effects associated with the use of the cream.
In reality, the manufacturer of EVD decided to remain quiet about possible adverse reactions which may be caused by any of the active ingredients in the product. This may mean that there are indeed some dangers. My major concern is that there is no full ingredient list on the official website. the cream is likely to contain unnatural or even toxic components. Common EVD side effects include skin irritation and worsening of the infections which may already be on the application area. It is wise to consult dermatologist before using this product. You are recommended to do some research and to weigh your decision thoroughly. Just look at possible dangers from the cream's ingredients.
Safflower may result in an allergic reaction in users who are sensitive to the Asteraceae/Compositae family (ragweed, marigolds, chrysanthemums, daisies, etc). If you are allergic to any of these flowers, be sure to talk to your healthcare provider before using safflower. Stearyl alcohol can be safely used with no side effects if it is applied in small amounts following all the manufacturer's directions. However, you are never 100% protected from stinging, redness, burning, or irritation. If any of these effects worsen, inform your doctor as soon as possible.
Tell your doctor if you experience any of these serious side effects: signs of skin infection or unusual changes in the skin (white, soggy or soft skin from too much wetness). Few people have a very serious allergic reaction to EVD. In this case, you should ask for immediate medical help if you notice any symptoms: itching, rash, swelling, trouble breathing or severe dizziness. Here are some of the users' reviews about the product.
"I am almost 52 and I feel very ashamed because of my deep wrinkles on my face. I look like an old woman of 65. I started using EVD a week ago. At first, my skin did not react negatively to the product but yesterday I noticed that it was unusually red. Now I am not sure whether I will continue using this cream."
"I bought EVD for my mother to improve the look of her sagging skin on her face. I presented the cream for her birthday but what my disappointment was when I learn that my mom is allergic to this product. She simply cannot use it because of severe irritation."
"Before ordering EVD I called their staff to determine whether I really need this cream. They assured me that I could always return the product within two weeks if I am not satisfied with its quality. I received the cream on these conditions but in ten days my credit card was charged the full cost! That's unfair!"
The product is available only through the trial offer on the official website. It means that you can order the cream only paying for the shipping. Within fourteen days if you are unsatisfied with the quality of the product, you can return it. If you don't, you will be charged the full cost of EVD after fourteen days.
I cannot recommend EVD to usage because it is associated with numerous side effects and adverse reactions. Some of its ingredients can cause skin irritation, thus it should not be used by people with hyper sensitive skin or by young girls. Many users claim that it is a total scam and that the cream doesn't perform its functions at all. The cream may not be suitable for every skin type. Avoid applying it onto open-wounds and scars. The product is available on the official website through the trial offer only. The full cost is unknown exactly. You should focus on something that really works safely and effectively.