A Hydroxatone Overview
What Is Hydroxatone?
Hydroxatone is claimed to be a substitute for treatment with Botox. The product website provides references to links in famous publications such as “Newsweek” and “The TV Guide”, but the links to such articles are not available.
The website provides typical information about the product. There are before and after shots from customers, along with testimonials with Hydroxatone reviews. Also included are diagrams that provide an overview of how this product works.
The site explains that Hydroxatone was developed in a scientific manner and is full of scientific statistics. The only problem is that no trials are provided to back up these stats. Also included on the FAQ page is a list of
ingredients are not available for each product in this line. There are 8 products available (two for each of the four steps), and known ingredients are Matrixyl 3000 and Hyaluronic Acid. More natural ingredients are included, such as green tea and pine bark.
Complete anti-aging line available
Website provides useful consumer information
Patented substances are in the product
Animal by-products are not used
Cost compares to similar products
Confusing free trial information
Complete ingredient list is not available
Complaints exist against the billing practices
The free trial enrolls customers into the auto-ship program
Though this product does appear to be a solid line that would offer skin care, based on the number of complaints about the billing practices, the free trail program appears to be a possible Hydoxatone scam.