Are you the type of consumer that takes actions based on facts you’ve been presented? If so, then that’s wonderful. The world needs more people like you. Now that I’ve completed my rant of praising you for your research efforts, I want to fill you in on a skincare brand called
Intraceuticals. In fact, this is my official review of the company and brand. Let me tell you what I did here. I went out of my way to research the heck out of this brand, trying to determine everything I could about the company and each of the products.
The very first thing that I did was head on over to Google and start searching the Internet. Sure enough, I have thousands of results pop up, of which I dove deeper into some of those results. See, I don’t like to just rely on the corporate website because sometimes that doesn’t paint the best picture. In fact, it can often be quite biased even. That’s why it’s almost always recommended that you take the time to do research outside of the website the company provides.
At any rate, let’s get down to business here. Intraceuticals is what many consumers might consider being a luxury skin brand. They offer both products and treatments which help hydrate your skin and rejuvenate it back to health. As for the treatments, they are considered to be rejuvenating facials. Intraceuticals has a goal, it’s to provide consumers with the ability to easily reduce the presence of aging skin. This is done through methods which the company claims will have naturally heal and moisturize your skin.
But you’re going to have to pay a big price for this, trust me. The question is whether or not the price that Intraceuticals charges is worth the cost. Before you whip out your credit card and take action, I suggest you read what I have to say about this company.
Let’s first take a look at the corporate website, then one of the Amazon product listings. After that, we’ll look even further into things…
More About Intraceuticals
I decided to kick things off by visiting the Intraceuticals website to learn more about the company and its products. Based on what I first saw, it seems as though the company has been around for years. In fact, they’re celebrating 15 years of being in the skin care business. Now, that’s not an easy feat knowing just how competitive this space truly is these days.
The company tagline caught my eye quite quickly. It reads, “It’s in the skin.” I kept on scrolling and learned more about the company. One of the things that I learned was that this brand has been featured in various publications. I’m talking lots with huge numbers of readers such as Allure, InStyle, Elle, Marie Claire, Vanity Fair and even Vogue. Do you know how difficult it is to get featured in these magazines? Seriously, it’s no easy task and I commend them for doing so.
As I continued investigating the Intraceuticals website, I learned that the company was a global company. They’ve got quite the international presence so it seems.
I also noticed that the company showcases a video (below) which I suggest watching.
Intraceuticals Rejuvenate Hydration Gel on Amazon.com
Now, I normally do not do this but I’m doing so today. I decided to take a closer look at one of the product listings on Amazon.com, specifically, the Intraceuticals Rejuvenate Hydration Gel. While the website provides an insane amount of detail, the Amazon.com listing does not.
I was actually shocked to see that the only thing listed about the product was:
About the product
Along with the following product description:
Instantly hydrates, providing a reservoir of anti-aging nutrients to the skin which visibly address the visible signs of premature aging. Enrich. Tighten. Enhance.
This product ranks #378 Beauty & Personal Care > Skin Care > Face > Cleansers > Gels which I guess is decent. However, it’s not the top 100.
Now here is where things start to go downhill quite a bit. On Amazon.com it’s all about the customer reviews, right? Well, here you’ll find that this product rates as 3.8 out of 5.0 and that’s only based on 14 reviews. I’ve gotta say, first off the number of reviews is extremely low. Second, there are some users that hated the product so much that they returned it. I’ve done my part to share the customer reviews from Amazon.com with you below. Check out the screenshot that I’ve provided, it says it all. Also, in a roundabout way, I was able to determine that only about seven of these are sold via Amazon per month. That’s so low that it’s almost not worth the time to do so.
A Closer Look At The Brand
Okay, now that we’ve covered the corporate website and the Amazon.com listing, it’s time to get down to business and share information about the brand. Based on my research, the company believes that through the use of high pressure and therapeutic grade oxygen, consumers may be able to plump up their skin. After the company tested things out, they eventually launched a treatment program. This treatment program is one that can be used in-office as well as at-home.
The Core Oxygen Treatment
Everything started with Oxygen treatments. This is the main treatment that Intraceuticals offers. The treatment is said to help hydrate your skin, plump it up and make it look more youthful overall. It does this all without having to incorporate the use of products such as scrubs, peels, and other things of that nature.
Instead, the company uses oxygen and slight pressure in order to hydrate the skin, remove lines, wrinkles, increase the firmness and improve the overall complexion.
There are other treatments that they offer such as the Opulence treatment. This treatment utilizes the same technology as the Oxygen treatment, only it also incorporates vitamin C and a serum. The next treatment is the Atoxelene treatment which essentially utilizes Argireline to remove the deepest wrinkles within your skin.
Last but certainly not least is the Clarity Oxygen treatment. I’ve provided a video below which explains the treatments in more detail.
Now, if you’re interested in the Intraceuticals products still, then you’ll want to know what the company offers. They cover a variety of types of products such as eye products, cleansers, hydration products, serums, boosters, and even treatment wands.
I took a closer look at the products and determined that each of them fall under a specific collection. For example, you’ll find that all of the products fit within either the Rejuvenate Collection, Opulence, Atoxelene, Clarity, or Boosters Collection.
If you’re interested in purchasing the products, on average you’ll need to spend about $50 for each of them. My advice would be to check them out via the company site before buying anything at all.
Should you buy them? Really, that’s a personal choice that I cannot make for you. However, what I can suggest is that you do your homework before buying!