NightSkin was developed by the expertise of cosmetic surgeon, Dr. Arthur Perry. Dr. Perry believes that his product has the ability to reduce wrinkles and eliminate adult acne in only one week. His product is called NightSkin and takes on a myriad of tasks, including reducing the look of fine lines and wrinkles, diminishing age spots, exfoliating dead skin cells, and improving the texture, strength, and overall condition of skin.
Dr. Perry eliminates moisturizers and peptides from his product, as he believes they are not needed to diminish wrinkles. But does Dr. Perry’s new approach actually work?
NightSkin was developed using retinyl propionate, a component derived from vitamin A. Though believed to be highly effective in treating skin, there is no proof the retinyl propionate has the ability to reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles.
Even though Dr. Perry chooses not to use peptides, they have been proven to increase collagen and elastin production, which are key to reducing the look of wrinkles.
Other ingredients are included to exfoliate and brighten the skin as well as provide antioxidants for free radical fighting. No other ingredients are listed.
One great thing about antioxidants is that they eliminate toxins that are damaging to the skin. They can actually prevent, if not cure, wrinkles from forming in the first place.
Price and Availability
If you are interested in NightSkin, you will pay around $50 for one dispenser.
Overall Impression of NightSkin
Because NightSkin does not include ingredients that are needed to produce elastin and collagen, wrinkles will not be diminished at all.
NightSkin also does not list all of the ingredients inside its product, meaning that consumers are at risk for allergic reaction and irritation. Because each ingredient is not listed, a majority of consumers have indeed reported extensive side-effects, including burning, itching, redness, and irritation.
Aware of these side effects and how readily they occur, Dr. Perry recommends that consumers only use NightSkin every three days instead of every day so that their skin can adjust to the product. By lacking necessary ingredients, namely peptides, NightSkin is unable to produce the results it advertises and can damage the skin. With a $50 price tag, NightSkin is also out of many consumers’ budgets.
Overall, we can’t recommend NightSkin to users because of the damaging side-effects, as well as the uncertainty of the ingredients list. We also do not believe that it will not live up to its claims to reduce wrinkles.