Meaningful Beauty is a skin care product formulated and developed by Dr Jean-Louis Sebagh, a French skin care expert that claims to slow down the aging process and keep you looking young and beautiful.
The secret behind the success of Meaningful Beauty is a mysterious ingredient found in a rare french melon.
Hard to believe?
According to the Meaningful Beauty website, “A rare French melon that stayed fresh and firm much longer than similar varieties. This melon contained a powerful “first generation” antioxidant (superoxide dismutase), which preliminary studies suggest, prevents the formation of new free radical species. By utilizing this first generation antioxidant, Meaningful Beauty’s formulas are designed to help protect your skin against the visible signs of aging in a remarkable way.”
Meaningful Beauty is endorsed by Cindy Crawford, one of the most beautiful women in the world. With an endorsement, Cindy puts her very reputation on the quality of Meaningul Beauty and a belief that it will:
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Cindy Crawford’s Meaningful Beauty… the name itself could almost be guilty of causing people to open their purses and start buying. To get to the facts of this supposedly amazing product, we chose to completely ignore the fact that it is endorsed by Cindy Crawford. We also chose to ignore that it’s part of the long range of Guthy Renker products often seen on early morning infomercials. We wanted the cold hard, melon flavored facts!
What we like… the product is backed by at least one person among the science and / or medical profession. Professional endorsements do tend to lend weight to how good a product “can be”, so this endorsement is going to give it a tick for us. According to our research the website claims they have had nobody complain of side effects. The product is also a full system, which offers everything needed for a total skin care routine.
What we didn’t like… the trial group had no complaints, which is a slight concern and makes me wonder if they did not have a large trial group, or they got incredibly lucky with the group they did use, as the chance of a 100% successful trial seems quite slim. There is also a common issue regarding confusion about the shipping and billing cycles which has had a few people upset with the company.
To be honest, we’re on the fence with Meaningful Beauty. On one hand, it appears to be a great product which delivers great results but on the other hand, it seems like a lot of talk and hype and not enough factual substance to back it up. Just try and find out what this melon ingredient actually is? We give it 3.5 Stars.