Luminyze is a cream that claims to lighten the skin and improve the overall color and texture of the skin, reduces the appearance of age spots and other discolorations of the face. Ultimately, the goal is to restore the natural glow of the skin. It does not use any hydroquinone. There has been some controversy surrounding hydroquinone, which is a melanin blocker, but it is not an inherently unsafe ingredient. We want to know more about how Luminyze works and how it functions as a skin lightener and if it delivers the results it promises.
History of Luminyze
Luminyze was created to lighten and whiten the skin, but very little is known about it beyond that. Sold by third parties, it does not include a list of ingredients, not even the active ingredients. This makes it impossible to analyze whether or not this is an effective lightener or any anti-aging properties. In order to make an accurate assumption, we would need to see a list of optimally all the ingredients, but at least the active ingredients, and know how much of each ingredient is in the product.
Luminyze cost about $50 for 3 fl. oz. which is inexpensive for a lightening or anti-aging cream.
Possible Side Effects
Because we don’t know the ingredients, we don’t know if the product contains irritants or allergens, harsh chemicals, and many other things that consumers should avoid. These are always risks, but they become much more so when we apply mystery products.
This product does not offer any sort of guarantee and it does not inform its customers about the ingredients. The only way to truly know if it works is to buy the product, and we would not recommend doing that. Only buy products that tell you the ingredients, and after you have looked up yourself to see what you are really getting.