Selling since 2003, NuGLOW is marketed as high quality skincare for a low price.
NuGLOW sells various products all priced at about $80. (We wouldn’t necessarily consider that affordable.) Regardless, NuGLOW sells only directly to “members,” which could prove a hassle. NuGLOW states they sell this way to “eliminate third-party intermediaries,” thus “keeping cost down.”
NuGLOW is covered by 17 US patents and 80 foreign patents, and by using a blend of copper tripeptides, tout their products as “miraculous.”
While copper tripeptides are proven ingredients, we’re not sure about “quality for money” overall.
The retail price for this eye cream is $99. Lower prices can be found that vary depending on the site. On the official website, NuGLOW is being offered for as low as $64.90.
NuGLOW Product Details:
NuGLOW fails to offer a comprehensive ingredient list for any of the products featured in its line.
It seems however, they utilize ingredients like copper tripeptide, camellia oleifera(green tea), and grape seed extract.
Copper tripeptide is excellent for fighting wrinkles down below the epidermis where it counts. Green Tea and Grape Seed extract are high in antioxidants but are more for preventative use than for fighting existing signs of aging.
Unfortunately without a full ingredient list it is hard to gauge NuGLOW’s effectiveness.
Our Overall Impression of NuGLOW:
There is a 60-day money back guarantee on Nuglow products, which counts in NuGlOW’s favor. So you can buy it and try it. But you must first become a “member,” which could prove inconvenient.
And NuGLOW offers copper peptides, which have been proven effective for countering the effects of aging.
Overall we hesitate recommending the NuGLOW line however, because of its lack of ingredient information and high-end pricing.
Try instead one of our “best eye creams” or anti-aging products.