Do Exuviance Products Work?

We wall want to know whether or not skin products and brands really work. Today, I’m facing one question front and center. “Do Exuviance products work?” The good news is that here you’ll find all that you need to know about the brand.

Here’s all you need to know…

The Exuviance brand and several others are under the wings of the NeoStrata company. The company was founded in 1988 by two doctors who believed that everyone deserves high-quality, clinical-grade skincare. Up until today, the company has developed several different skincare brands like the NeoStrata, Psorent, CoverBlend and last but not least, Exuviance.

Today, all the Exuviance, and also the NeoStrata products can be purchased in roughly 80 countries throughout the entire world. But, forget about that for now. Here I focus most of my attention on the Exuviance brand and some of its products.


The Company Behind Exuviance

The NeoStrata company, as mentioned above was founded in 1988 by doctors Eugene Van Scott and Ruey Yu. These two were working on exploring the effects of the AHA (alpha hydroxyl acids) on the skin in the mid-seventies. They discovered that these are very useful and that they stimulate the regeneration of collagen within the skin, and the effect from the collagen stimulation is something special…tighter skin and a clean, rejuvenated look. After testing out their findings and using it successfully in clinical studies they patented the product. They decided to make a specific product that they would sell commercially to consumers. Thus, the NeoStrata company came to fruition.

Fast forward a bit, the company began producing more innovative products and today they hold over 110 patents. The doctors, Van Scott and Yu, are still behind the brand. They are published authors of articles and they don’t stop. They continue to work on developing innovative ways to help consumers deal with various skin diseases and conditions.

The Website

Like all other things, this company is all about selling on the Internet. The Exuviance website is somewhat confusing at first, but one easily can get the hang of it and manage to find everything they need. If you’re into searching, there’s an option to search the products based on skin type or based on ingredient or application. Just do your research and you’ll see what I mean.

The Ingredients

The Exuviance brand is developed by highly-trained and skilled dermatologists. That said, they likely use top-notch ingredients to create their formulas. The main active ingredients are the Alpha Hydroxy Acids which help with collagen production. The different ingredients are for or assist with different types of skin. They all have diverse effects so you need to know what each ingredient does and why you should use them to improve your skin.

The acids found in the Exuviance products are glycolic acid, lactobionic acid, hyaluronic acid, citric acid, maltobionic acid, mandelic acid, salicylic acid, and then there’s the retinol. You’ll find Vitamin C, as well as the CitraFill. There are other non-acid active components/ingredients within the Exuviance products which are the NeoGlusamine, Aminofill, Collagen Building Block, and more.

The Products

Exuviance products are a result of the hard work of these two visionaries. This product line contains toners, serums, masks, moisturizers, makeup and more. There are specific products for every skin type, as well as various issues.

One innovative product created by this brand is the Glycolic Expert Moisturizer. This product was developed by expert dermatologists and it has a fluid-like consistency. It’s meant for daytime use for people with normal and combined skin.

You guessed it, the product contains 10% Glycolic Acid which delivers the anti-aging effect on the skin, but with minimal irritation. The glycolic acid helps the skin shed the top layer of dead skin cells, exfoliating the skin, while the other ingredients work to hydrate the skin, leaving it smooth, fresh, radiant looking.

The Collagen Building Block helps with the production of collagen, firming the skin and smoothing fine lines and wrinkles which will, in fact, slow the aging process. This moisturizer is fragrance-free, dye-free, oil-free, non-comedogenic, non-acnegenic, and contains no parabens.

An important note: when using any product with Glycolic Acid, or any other product with AHA, you need to wear the appropriate sunscreen to prevent any possible sun damage to the skin. It will happen if not, I can guarantee it.

Purchasing Options

The Exuviance products can be found online on the official company website. The products can also be found in large retail chains. Many dermatologists, spas, beauty salons, pharmacies and even plastic surgeons sell the Exuviance products. When looking to buy one of the products, it’s important to get it from a retailer that’s authorized to sell these products.

Not satisfied? No problem! There’s a 30-day guarantee on all products. When you opt to from their online store, the order is limited to up to five pieces of one product. They do this so that the company can protect itself from having their products resold through unauthorized distribution. Purchasing from the web, you will get three free samples on orders over $75, and if you place an order over $100, then you get a full-size product free of charge.

Please note, these products should not be used unless you’re doing so under physician’s care.


Based on what I know, people like these products. Many of them are satisfied users of Exuviance. The reports posted on the web are great. They make mention of visible improvement, even after few weeks of using the Exuviance products. You can check the reviews online for yourself. A simple search says it all. Don’t forget to check social media as well.

The website offers lots of information, and what I found really satisfying was the “Ask A Question” section, where consumers can post any questions related to the products or any concern they may have related. If you’re in the market for something new, then my advice would be to give this brand a shot. Just do your research first.

Do Exuviance Products Work?
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