Sustainable Youth Reviews

Sustainable Youth

It seems that every day the anti-aging movement is targeting an increasingly younger audience. Years ago, when anti-aging cosmetic and skin care lines first hit the market, it seemed like the product were targeted towards the 40+ crowd. However, in recent years, that age has gotten lower and lower, first reaching towards women in their 30’s and now to women in their 20’s.

While this product can be used by the 40+ crowd, the marketing features of this product are geared towards women in the early 20’s and is meant to attract those women who have no visible signs of aging. The idea is, use this product now, before you notice your first wrinkle.

That being said, the results with this product are primarily untested. Because most women start seeing some signs of aging either in their late 20’s or early 30’s, the mere fact that the target audience with this product is women who are much younger, there is no clear indication of whether or not the Sustainable Youth products actually do anything except clean and moisturize the skin.

There are other products available, such as an Elastifirm Supplement, which is a vegan dietary supplement that appears to have the same effects as taking a daily Vitamin C and E supplement, just much more expensive.

This writer believes that the Sustainable Youth products are preaching about a “fountain of youth” capability to women who are still drinking out of “sippy cups” as it relates to worrying about old age or skin damage.

If you are in your 20’s and thinking of purchasing Sustainable Youth, it is our advice that you instead layer on the sunscreen, drink plenty of water, stay away from excess alcohol and cigarettes, and worry about anti-aging products when you see your first wrinkle. (Checkout our article on Anti-Aging for 20 Year Olds)

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