How Does NeriumAD Work?

By July 18, 2012Product, Results

If you’re asking this question, perhaps you have come to realize what a marvelous product NeriumAD is because you have seen your appearance change. NeriumAD is a blend of some of the most effective ingredients in the skincare industry, already known to show age defying benefits. Added to that blend is the revolutionary NAE-8 extract, which has been clinically proven incredibly effective in reducing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, discoloration, texture and helping the skin look as silky and smooth as possible.  As a cosmetic product and making every effort to stay in compliance with the FDA, we cannot make reference to any physical change that may be perceived when using the product.  Any discussion about physical changing of the skin crosses the line as far as the FDA is concerned; therefore, you will not find any reference to that. We are thrilled to see so many satisfied NeriumAD users who are thrilled with the Real Results they are obtaining!

It is never our intention to  keep Brand Partners in the dark about any element of NeriumAD. It is very important to understand our classification as a cosmetic product. The products that are allowed to discuss actual changes in the skin, such as ones found in dermatologist offices (or even some found in drug stores), are ones that are filed as OTC products. This is what allows them to discuss any actual cellular changes in the skin. NeriumAD is in the cosmetic class which is not allowed to do so.

We will always operate in integrity, and part of operating in integrity is following the guidelines set before us by governing regulatory agencies. Each ingredient in NeriumAD is disclosed, and claims such as “Cruelty-Free”  relate to the product as a whole, which includes all ingredients. In short, NeriumAD includes many known anti-aging ingredients such as aloe and proteins, in addition to the NAE-8 extract which has been clinically proven to not only produce incredible age-defying benefits on its own, but also act as a catalyst to the other known age-defying ingredients.

 

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  • karla joy demers says:

    i am a bit confused after reading the above statements…”Added to that blend is the revolutionary NAE-8 extract, which has been clinically proven incredibly effective in reducing the appearance of fine lines, wrinkles, discoloration, texture and helping the skin look as silky and smooth as possible.” yet we as BP’s “we cannot make reference to any physical change that may be perceived when using the product. Any discussion about physical changing of the skin crosses the line as far as the FDA is concerned; therefore, you will not find any reference to that.” yet it has been clinically proven effective in reducing the appearance of fine lines…etc…so you are saying that we can only state/say that one’s skin /looks/appear better not ‘is’ better…i know there are such fine lines (no pun intended!) here when discussing with prospects…and i am wanting to ‘teach and lead by example” my downline correctly and in a way that will bring/cause no harm to this wonderful company. So…..if we always state that whatever we are noticing is in appearance only this is ok…do I have that right? Thanks so much! Karla Joy

    • Arcienilo says:

      Ok I have major oily skin so here’s a list of products I’ve used and liked:Cleansers:Clinique cnaleser for oily skin (it can be a little drying though)Neutrogena cnaleser for oily skin (the yellow, clear liquid)Neutrogena gentle cream cnaleser (will not irritate break outs)Toners:Burt’s Bee’s Garden Tomato tonerClean and Clear Toner for problem skin (will help with the breakouts)Witch tree toner (you can buy at any health food store)ScrubsClinique scrub with salictic acidNeutrogena deep pore scrubBurt’s bees orange peel scrubMaskQueen Helene, mint julep mud masque (nothing beats the price of this basic mud masque should be used once a week).To me, Neutrogena and Clinique are the best lines in regards to oily skin but you might have to mix and match a lot.I have finally figured out that to me, in regards to products, less is more.Clinique is a bit pricy for me, so I use neutrogena’s daily scrub an I also keep a bottle of the gentle cream cnaleser which I alternate usage when I feel my skin is getting a bit irritated by all the chemicals I have been using.I also do a masque once a week, usually on weekends. If your skin is really oily, I suggest a mud masque. If it’s oily but somewhat irritated or sensitive because of break outs, I suggest a peel off mask, like Freeman’s In regards to moisturizer, the only stuff that ever worked for my skin was oil of olay, oil free moisturizer with SPF 15. It’s got the SPF which is a must no matter what and it doesn’t clog my pores. Good luck!

  • CaraBeth Moore says:

    I have used NeriumAD for about 3 weeks and so far, I really like it. I haven’t gotten dramatic results yet, but little by little things seem to be getting better. I just read the blog post, and I don’t feel like it explains “How NeriumAD Works” at all. It basically says that there are good things for your face in NeriumAD. What do those things do when you put them on your face? Answering that would tell us “How it works”.

  • ka'i herrick says:

    I understand the reason for this article but it really doesn’t answer the question as, to how it works. As an esthetician, I know how acids and enzymes work and so I am thinking this is not an acid, is it an enzyme? Or is this NAE-8 extract in another category that we don’t even know about yet? Please help me to answer the question as to how it works so that I can give an educated answer to my customers. 🙂

  • I understand what you are up against. If you allowed claims of ‘healing’ or ‘repairing’, then it is considered a ‘medicine’ or ‘a cure’. Since, NeriumAD is being sold as a ‘skincare’, this falls under the ‘skincare’ umbrella… Which allows for.. a reduction of… classification. To suggest otherwise, puts Nerium into a catagory that requires further testing on the governments part and puts restrictions how it can be marketed. So, to bypass all the frustrations AND to minimize the chance that Nerium could be taken off of the market, please only market it as a ‘skincare in the anti-aging’ catagory that works to reduce the ‘appearance of….’. Don’t take this wonderful product away from us because you want clarifications of…. I love Nerium… as do Many others. Accept that this is a ‘skincare’ and leave it at that.

  • Allan says:

    Teresa, your comment is very helpful.

  • Admin says:

    I’m sorry that you’re frustrated, Amanda, but this is the information that we share.

  • Anita Rosett says:

    Nerium may arrive at homes and in mailboxes outside during freezing temperatures. Will freezing of a bottle cause harm to the product? This is reality is a few states… Thank you

    • Mary Higbe says:

      If it’s for a short period of time (say, a typical work day) it should be fine. If you notice a change in the smell or texture of NeriumAD after exposure to extreme temperatures, let us know!

  • Mary Higbe says:

    There are no contraindications; however, we recommend that you use a mild moisturizer.

  • cfraire says:

    As a cosmetic we are not able to provide the information about the cellular level.

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