|By PR Newswire||
|February 21, 2014 11:42 AM EST||
LOS ANGELES, Feb. 21, 2014 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- ScamOrNotReviews is a consumer advocacy group specializing in reviewing products whose sensational claims raise doubts in the minds of potential consumers. The review company frequently finds that a product or service is not able to live up to the hype that the manufacturer has generated, usually with an eye toward boosting sales. In the case of their AuraVie review, ScamOrNotReviews was able to verify with certainty that the manufacturer's claims are accurate.
AuraVie offers a variety of skin care products, many of which claim to rejuvenate and heal damaged or aging skin. While many products advertise these claims, very few of them are able to deliver results. According to ScamOrNotReviews, this is not true with AuraVie. The products they offer are indeed able to rejuvenate skin cells while lifting, toning and tightening the skin of the product's users.
ScamOrNotReviews conducted studies of several of the company's product offerings, analyzing the results that users experienced and comparing them to the claims made by the company. According to the AuraVie review, the company's claims were completely and totally verifiable, something a spokesman with ScamOrNotReviews indicated is quite a rarity.
"What we often see with a product such as this is that it is able to deliver on about half of its promises," said Gerry Posey of ScamOrNotReviews. "With AuraVie, we found that the claims the company made were accurate across the board. There were no embellishments with regard to their products and the results they are able to deliver."
One claim that the review company often finds issues with are claims involving organic ingredients. A part of AuraVie's product line claims to use "concentrated organic formulas." ScamOrNotReviews analyzed the ingredients of the products and found no presence of mineral oil, parabens or chemical preservatives, just as AuraVie claimed.
In another study of the products, testers used double-blind testing to determine the efficacy of AuraVie's products. The control group experienced no changes, while the group using AuraVie has a measurable increase in collagen production and skin elasticity, each of which is claimed to be a result of the product's use.
Media Contact: Brandon Hopkins, AfterHim Media LLC, 559-871-1613, [email protected]
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