Review: richiebrown Natox
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When first released Natox compared themselves to being natural alternative to Botox which is now removed from the website
They say Natox is clinically proven but there is no scientific proof or certificate
Some ingredients not listed on the label which is odd
Very expensive anti-aging cream
Natox is a new product on the market being promoted as the perfect, painless and natural alternative to invasive treatments. It does what expensive beauty injections do, but does it much cheaper and without pain
These are some of the manufacturers claims. We will look into these to see whether it is as good as it promises to be, and if it is a safe way to combat wrinkles and make your skin look and feel younger.
Organic Natox Review
Natox is an anti-aging skin care cream that reduces signs of aging on the face, including fine lines, frown lines and wrinkles. It contains 100% natural and organic ingredients, and is free from parabens and fragrances. Natox is manufactured by Richibrown and was newly introduced to the market as a natural alternative more expensive rejuvenating beauty procedures at the end of 2011.
[sws_yellow_box box_size=”610″] On the website we are told that Natox is designed to make the skin softer, smoother and firmer, and visibly reduce wrinkles and fine lines, resulting younger looking skin. It is said to also improve the skin’s hydration and elasticity, reduce pore skin, increase skin clarity and give you a radiant complexion. It also increases the production of collagen, which helps make the skin firmer and reduces the appearance of facial lines.
Natox is suitable for sensitive skin types. It is gentle on the face and does not cause any side effects or allergies. It is easily absorbed by the skin and daily application produces results within 3 weeks.[/sws_yellow_box]
Are the manufacturer’s claims about Natox true?
The manufacturer tells us that Natox is clinically proven to reduce fine lines and wrinkles and give you more smoother, younger looking skin as a result. It is marketed as an effective and painless alternative to filler injections. [sws_blockquote align=”” alignment=”alignright” cite=”” quotestyles=”style02″] “Clinically proven” is the key phrase that stands out on their site. The manufacturers claim that they have conducted thorough research on the product for six years to ensure it is the best anti-aging solution that works great. [/sws_blockquote]
We looked into the clinical study that was featured on their site, courtesy of Phend Pharmaceuticals. It was a double blind placebo trial that involved 64 participants and took four months. Each participant had wrinkles on their foreheads (frown lines) that were at least half a centimeter long.
They were divided into two groups, one group received Botulinum Toxin and the control group was given a placebo (an unmedicated cream). Because the clinical trial was “double blind”, both the participants and observers were not told what they had been given – a trial method that aims to remove bias.
Wrinkles were measured before and after the trial to determine the results. It was found that the “Botulinum Toxin” group showed a big improvement in their wrinkles compared to the control group. Both old deeper wrinkles and new wrinkles were observed to have improved significantly. Overall, the study concluded that Botulinum Toxin reverses visual facial lines, frown lines and rhytids within 3 weeks and further reduces facial lines with continued use, without causing any adverse effects.
You can find the full study here: Link
[sws_red_box box_size=”610″] UPDATE! There are big flaws what Natox has presented on their website. The product label actually does NOT include Botulinum Toxin as one of the ingredients, so it’s nearly impossible to prove that it is one of the ingredients which makes that Scientific proof unfounded.[/sws_red_box]
How does Natox work?
Natox makes use of “cutting edge technology” and natural ingredients to reduce signs of aging. The website says that Natox doesn’t just work at a superficial level like other skin creams do. Natox enters deep into the skin to address the underlying cause of skin problems. It does this by mimicking the effects of filler injections – directly acting on nerves and muscles that are responsible for lines and wrinkles. It contains Botulinum Toxin, but this is present in a diluted electromagnetically-charged formulation.
[sws_green_box box_size=”610″]To give you an understanding of how Natox works, we will just give a quick description of how beauty injections work. In this case, a fille substance is injected and it binds to nerve endings at the site of injection. This blocks the release of the neurotransmitter achetylcholine, and as a result, inhibits the signal for muscle contraction.
Natox essentially has the same effects, and uses electromagnetically charged particles to relax nerve endings. The particles transmit a certain frequency that interferes with the neuromuscular junction, which is the synapse between the nerve endings and the muscle. This blocks muscle contraction and increases elasticity of the skin and relaxes facial lines. This results in smoother and firmer skin with increased collagen production.[/sws_green_box]
What are the ingredients of Natox?
The website says that it contains 100% pure, organic ingredients, and gives a list of its ingredients. Natox does not contain any harmful chemicals or ingredients that cause unwanted side effects. We will look at each of the ingredients in Natox one by one:
[sws_yellow_box box_size=”610″]Aqua: This is water, which we all know has beneficial effects for the skin.
Helianthus Annuus Seed Oil (sunflower): Organic sunflower seed oil is used in many popular skin care products for its skin smoothing qualities. It has moisturizing and protective properties which protect the skin and prevent damage.
Sodium cocyl glutamate: This is an emulsifier that is extracted from coconuts, and also has properties that make the skin smooth.
Glycerin: This is another popular ingredient that is used in many skin care products. It is derived from a vegetable source, and has moisturizing properties that hydrate the skin and help keep it soft and smooth.
Denatured Alcohol: This is alcohol that has had denaturant added to it to make it taste bad. It is used in many beauty and skin care products and functions as a cosmetic astringent, which means it induces a tightening sensation in the skin. It also acts as a solvent and viscosity decreasing agent that decreases the thickness of cosmetic products.
Acrylates/C10-30: This natural compound forms a protective film over the skin to prevent foreign materials entering your pores and disrupting Natox’s effects.
Alkylacrylate Crosspolymer: This is a thickening agent that helps keep the cream from turning lumpy when it is mixed with water.
Salicylic Acid: This is commonly used in many cosmetics, and is an important ingredient in Natox. It comes from the white Willow back and wintergreen leaves, and has anti-bacterial and anti-fungal properties. It clears dead skin cells and opens your pores, enabling the passage of nutrients.
Sorbic Acid: This unsaturated fatty acid is derived from mountain ash tree berries, and is used in the formulation of beauty and skin care products. It acts as a preservative.[/sws_yellow_box]
[sws_red_box box_size=”610″]Botulinum Toxin: This ingredient is not included in the list of ingredients but is still mentioned on the website so it’s near ipossible to know if it is in there or not.[/sws_red_box]
Does Natox have any side effects?
Natox is made using natural ingredients, and is safe to use on the face. It is gentle on the skin, and can even be used by sensitive skin types. It does not contain parabens, which are chemicals and preservatives that can cause harmful effects. Nadox is also fragrance free, and 100% hypoallergenic. Some fragrances found in cosmetics can cause skin allergic reactions or irritation.
What’s more, we found that the clinical trial itself demonstrated that Natox reduces facial lines without causing adverse effects.
What are people saying about Natox?
Customer reviews and user testimonials appear to be overwhelmingly positive. They reveal how Natox has reduced wrinkles and lines on their face, and is an excellent alternative to not only injections but other anti-aging products, creams and supplements as well.
There are various well-known celebrities who are promoting Natox. They are impressed by Natox’s results and are recommending people to use it over other products and especially invasive therapy.
Also, GlamFreak Magazine’s Spring 2012 issue had a section on the Natox revolution, which highlights Natox’s growing popularity.
Where do you buy Natox and how much does it cost?
You can purchase Natox online from their official website as it is not sold in stores. The price for a 50 ml bottle is £89.99 (about $140). The website also provides free worldwide shipping.
Natox is also available at echemist online shop at the price of £82 (about $130). As it is a newly released product, this is the only third party merchant site selling Natox at this stage.
Natox 100% Money Back Guarantee.
Natox offers a 100% money back guarantee that is simple and straightforward. If you don’t see a visible difference after 60 days of using the cream, they will refund your money. To claim a complete refund, you need to send in a before and after photo that is dated and is at least 4 weeks apart, along with the empty Natox bottle. This is to show that Natox is not working for you, so you don’t pay for what you don’t get.
They also have a fair returns policy if you are not happy with the product. They provide their own courier for the collection of returned goods that are damaged or faulty, no extra cost incurred by the customer. For damaged goods, you need to notify them within 5 working days, and for faulty goods, you need to notify them within 20 working days. You can contact the company just by logging into your account on their website and following the returns process. Refunds are issued by the company within 2 working weeks of receiving the returned items.
Anything else you need to know?
You can get £20 ($30) off your next purchase if you send in a before and after photo along with a testimonial. This goes to show that the website really does use the testimonials of real people!
Also, although the Natox anti-aging cream is expensive, it has the same effects as injections and other methods – but is a safer and painless alternative. Considering this, it is a much cheaper alternative, and is only a fraction of the cost of invasive therapy options.
What’s our verdict?
[sws_red_box box_size=”610″]Reading user testimonials on the Natox website leaves an impression that it’s a product what works well.
Unfortunately reading the product label we could not verify that the product actually includes Botulinum toxin at all. This seems very odd considering the whole brand is built upon the scientific claims that Natox has Botulinum toxin in it.
If you did want to buy Natox then the official website is the best place to buy it as it offers a 60 day money back guarantee, and free shipping worldwide. It clearly outlines its pricing and returns policy as well, and this is something they have to be applauded for.
So taking everything into consideration we have Rejected Organic Natox by richibrown. [/sws_red_box]
How long does it take for the delivery to Australia? Want to get it by the end of Jan, for my mums birthday. And are you sure postage is free? Thanks
According to the official website delivery to Australia takes around 7-10 working days. All goods are dispatched from the UK and come with free worldwide shipping.
Team Skin Care Watchdog
just seen the natox tv ad with sue moxley, quite outrageous to be honest
just ordered a bottle of natox, will let you know how it goes with it in a months time or so
I used this product for 4 weeks and was really impressed, my skin did feel tighter, however after I stopped using the product just days later I was back to where I started. So I need to pay £89.99 every month OR try something else. Natox is not a long term solution and other cheaper creams from Boots can do the same thing and last much longer. I would not recommend this product to friends.
I saw their ad on Pinterest and they are claiming that you have endorsed their product!!!!! Lesson……..always double check and don’t trust liars!!!!!!
John Richardson is definitely a Liar. See my response below
I have heard good things about Natox and I see it is back in Australia on eBay.com.au I would love to hear from somebody here in Australia that uses the product how it works.
I understand that it is a natural alternative to Botox.
Frank – as Botox is not permanent and one needs to go for regular injections to keep the face lines away, I don’t think it is unreasonable to assume that one must use Natox on an ongoing basis.
Before I order my Natox off eBay, I really would like to get some feedback on this product.
Hi, anyone tried Natox and is it effective? I could see alot of affiliate websites promoting this product but very few reviews from actual users. The promoters claim that it has no side effects, is that true? rubbing neurotoxin on your face has no side effects? can pregnant ladies use this?
Wish to know more about this product
I Know the owner of this company very well and i have absolutely no fear of legal reprisals. I worked closely with John Richardson(Owner) on the promotion of Richibrown products through a UK network marketing company. His product sounds very convincing but when you get several thousand distributors failing to promote him due to poor feedback and even poorer delivery you question whether you should associate with the company. The network marketing company wrote a strongly worded letter to the network stating they would not be promoting The Richi Brown Range of products. Would I say he’s a scam artist? or a conman? Hmm. Lets just Say I am owed thousands which I have written off. So Promote and use at your own risk.