Olay Regenerist

Editor Review:
3.5 Stars
Stephenie Meyer

OLay Regerist Product Review

Oil of Olay has been renowned in the skincare industry for over fifty years. The brand relies on its long history and brand recognition for marketing instead of sharing scientific research. Olay Renerist Regenerating Serum tackles the signs of aging without the expense or invasiveness of lasers, peels or surgery.

Olay Regenerist

Olay Regenerist reviews are very positive, and frequently rate the product with a perfect five stars. The product is under $20 a bottle and the claim that it faces lines and wrinkles does not appear to be a scam. Olay Regenerist ingredients include Butylene and Propylene glycol.

Olay Regenerist side effects are rare, but the company does use animal testing and potential cancer-causing parabens. Animal testing is a common practice in the cosmetic market. The FDA states that the level of parabens used in cosmetics is generally not enough to cause any risk of developing cancer as a result. Health and ethical concerns may deter some people from using the Olay products.

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