This product line, which has supposedly been “inspired by Greek plant life”, aims to help both the skin and the hair. Created in 1979, this company has grown to distribute to over 16 different countries with over 300 different products to offer. These products are sold primarily through pharmacies and are offered to both genders for all different ages. Apparently, this company has a number of clinical studies to back up all their products and have a number of dermatologists endorsing their products. The products are not tested on animals which is a very good thing, and they seem to be very environmentally friendly. The company, however, does not offer a money back guarantee and does not have any customer testimonials.
These products include anti-spot treatments which helps even out the skin tone. However, spots have nothing to do with wrinkles.
There really doesn’t seem to be any anti-wrinkle ingredients which makes us skeptical. They include ingredients that could potentially irritate the skin and even accelerate the aging process.
Overall, we don’t recommend Apivita. There are plenty of other products out there that include their ingredients lists and that don’t cause irritation to the skin and even accelerate the aging process. These are all very bad signs and those who are looking to reduce their wrinkles should stay away from these products. This product has absolutely nothing relevant to offer its customers. We recommend that you find something else because you will only be disappointed with Apivita.