I’m going to share with you ladies an alternative to botox injections, which uses the exact same technology, except only it’s a naturally derived cream applied through the skin.
What’s the product I’m talking about?
It’s likely many of you would already have heard of this anti wrinkle treatment as we’ve had a whole wack of emails coming through asking us to review it, so we thought we’d oblige for all those thinking about giving it a go.
I’m going to quickly explain how the technology works before discussing some of the pro’s and con’s of using a cream like this one for the purpose of reducing the effects of fine lines and wrinkles.
Here’s How Natox Works In A NutShell
I’m going to do my best to give you a good idea as to how this product works and at the same time cut out the BS “hypey” stuff which comes directly from the brand owners.
The idea of any botox-like product is to prevent the tiny muscles in your face from contracting. By doing this, you basically force your muscles to stay relaxed, softening the tension on fine lines and wrinkles in the process.
Most people are unaware that the tiny muscles in our face have a major effect on holding wrinkles in place and by weakening them, our skin is able to relax a little more.
Relaxed skin is something we all should strive for.
The Technical Stuff
Firstly let me explain botox nice and quickly, because the process in which Natox works is very similar.
Botox is short for botulinum, a toxin that comes from a type of bacteria called Clostridium botulinum.
Sounds kinda gross, right? Well that’s because it is and it’s also a completely unnatural thing to insert into your body! In fact it’s not uncommon for some people to suffer paralysis in the wrong group of muscles.
Botox is normally injected directly to the site of the muscles that will have the biggest effect on reducing the appearance of wrinkles. Around the eyes and mouth is usually a hot spot for most wrinkles caused by aging.
When the toxin enters the muscles, it immediately starts to block the nerve endings that would normally tell the muscle to contract.
So it’s kind of like having someone constantly telling you to “stop frowning because you’ll get wrinkles some day!”
Natox doesn’t directly block the nerve endings, but instead disrupts them.
It’s slightly hard to explain and on their official site they do a much better job, but I’ll give it my best shot.
According to the information on their site, the formula contains “uniquely structured resonating particles”.
My understanding is these particles are supposed to vibrate extremely quickly, disrupting the connection between the nerve endings and their muscles.
Now that sounds like some seriously futuristic shit, so naturally I was a little sceptical when I first read about it and to a certain degree I still am!
I think the thing that changed my opinion of Natox was when I started speaking to girls who had tried it out and seen results.
Natox Reviews So Far
I can usually smell bullshit from a mile away.
All I have to do is spend about an hour or two jumping into my favorite beauty and skin care forums and read a bunch of reviews written independently by girls who have used the product and who also have zero connection to the brand whatsoever.
If you’re unsure about a product you’re thinking about trying, trust me this is by far the best way to determine exactly how effective it is.
All you have to do is read through a couple of reviews on our site and you’ll be able to tell that if there’s a product which is clearly crap, we ain’t gonna be praising it in any way shape or form.
So when I say that I literally could not find ANY negative reviews on Natox, I really mean that. I’m not going to say there aren’t any, just that I couldn’t find one.
Of course, what I did find was a whole bunch of completely BOGUS reviews that you shouldn’t pay any attention too. Especially those Youtube videos of someone blabbering on about how great Natox is, instead of showing you ACTUAL before and afters…don’t listen to those fools!
I’m yet to test it out personally, although as I write this article I have some on its way, so keep an eye out for my results in the coming weeks.
The truth is that although no one is mentioning any major issues, there are clearly some problems with their formula…
Why It’s HOT!
There are a few really hot talking points worth mentioning with Natox:
- It’s all-natural.
- It’s cheap.
- It’s showing long term results.
- It has great reviews so far.
All the ingredients used in their formula are derived organically from natural sources, something that personally I’m a huge proponent of.
It contains no harmful cosmetic chemicals, so you don’t have to worry about long term use, plus no animal testing was done to determine the effects of their product.
Rare to see these days.
Secondly it’s soooo much cheaper then botox injections, which usually cost around $1000 each time!
The price when compared so some other cheaper creams is still a little higher, but I guess if you’re after the same or similar results as you would get from botox, it’s worth paying the money.
Thirdly, there’s reason to believe that the more you use it, the better your results will be. Long term benefits are always a huge plus for me!
Finally like I mentioned above I literally couldn’t find any negative reviews on Natox, which in my mind can only mean one thing and that is it’s doing what they’re saying it does on natox.com.
I’ll be able to confirm all this in a few weeks, but for now the word of others is all I have to go off, so usually that’s the best indicator at to whether or not a product actually does work
Why It’s NOT!
I have to admit, I’m super curious to see the kind of effect this treatment could have on my own wrinkles, especially those deep set ones. At the same time, I’m sceptical because this has never been tried before!
Take a quick look around and you won’t find another botox cream like this one that attempts to disrupt nerve endings using microscopic vibrating particles. It just sounds kinda crazy if you know what I mean?
Now these concerns could be completely unwarranted so I’ll be able to give you my take on how effective it really is in the coming weeks after I’ve tested it out.
For now, I’m going to hold off giving it a rating and leave the final decision up to you. If there is anything I would suggest, it would be to go straight to the official Natox site and read through some of the information they have available there.
Also take advantage of their £20 discount on the next time you buy Natox, by taking a before and after shot (about a month apart) and sending it into info(AT)richibrown(DOT)com.