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Intuit Beauty

Intuit Beauty Review Summary

The line of skincare products by Intuit Beauty is claimed to be “irritant free, cruelty free, fragrance free, environmentally friendly, dermatologist and ophthalmologist tested.” Intuit Beauty has recently undergone a corporate name change and is now called Beauty Society. The new company is based in Las Vegas. It is claimed that users of Intuit Beauty products “can start reversing the aging process right now.”

However, we find it hard to trust a manufacturer that offers over a dozen topical applications as part of a 5-step process to looking younger. We usually prefer it when a manufacturer is dedicated to producing one quality anti-aging product, instead of experimenting on a number of mediocre ones. Therefore, we will take a look at Intuit Beauty products to see if they are capable of doing all of the things they promise.

Products at a Glance
The official website lists the 5 steps as follows: Cleanse, Resurface, Rebuild+Repair, Moisturize and Protect. There are three products each under the first two steps. Under the Rebuild+Repair step, the following products are offered: Drama Free, Our Little Secret, Baby Calm Down, Liquid Luxury, Perfect Form, Lip Job and Uptight. While the ingredients for each of these are not listed, the website does have an “ingredients” section that lists the ingredients they use (in general) from A to Z.

Products in Focus
We do like some of the ingredients that the company uses. For example, they say that some of their products contain Hyaluronic Acid, which is naturally produced by the skin. This element may effectively retain skin hydration and lubrication. Another ingredient we like is Matrixyl Peptides, which is a pentapeptide that has been known to increase skin’s firmness and reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

On the other hand, a number of factors seem to work against Beauty Society products. First, it is not clear which and how many of their products contain these proven ingredients. Second, we believe they offer too many topical applications under the Rebuild+Repair category, which claims to reduce the visible signs of aging. Third, an important ingredient, Real Collagen, seems to be missing altogether.

The overall feel of the website is a bit too girlish for our tastes; we usually prefer professional websites that are not plastered in pink. The website does not let users buy without signing up for online membership. In the website’s lingo, this means one has to “become a diva” before one can buy from them. Free trial offers were not advertized at this time, and it is also not clear how one may return products once purchased. However, the winning point about the website may be that it lists all the ingredients on one page and briefly explains them briefly.

• Markets topical applications for anti-aging
• Official online presence

Final Thoughts
In light of the discussion above, it seems that while Intuit Beauty may have some winning points, it fails to provide an attractive offer for those looking to dramatically reduce the visible signs of aging. In fact, the very fact that they promote so many products for the same purpose may diminish their credibility.

Therefore, people may wish to look at the manufacturer’s products in some detail before buying from them. Most of the time, a large manufacturer may have a number of similar products selling under different names. We find such practices disconcerting. For one, such marketing makes us wonder at the efficacy of the product. We reason that if the manufacturer were confident in its formula, it would probably not come up with numerous variants. In fact, we believe that there may already be a specific anti-wrinkle formula out there that not only contains the Matrixyl pentapeptide and Hyaluronic Acid, but one that may also contain Real Collagen. Such a product may be the best option for reducing the signs of aging.

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