Welcome to NatoxWarning.com
The reason why I started this site was to WARN people about all the false, hyped-up reviews that have begun showing up around the place. It’s not fair to the company who owns Natox or to those who are wishing to potentially make a purchase, to be subjected to wrong information, especially when it comes to health related products like these.
In this post and throughout the rest of the site, I’m going to dedicate myself to providing the real FACTS about Natox, so that you guys can make a proper informed decision as to whether or not it’s the right product for you.
I also recommend going to the official site and reading the information they have before you hand over your money.
First, I just want to take a minute to sum up what Natox is all about…
Natox In A Minute
Natox essentially, is a variation on Botox. Of course there are a few major differences:
- The ingredients are all natural where as Botox is a powerful neuro-toxin that could in fact be life threatening(more on that later).
- It’s not injected, but instead is a serum that is absorbed into your skin.
- There’s no side effects.
What’s extremely important to realize(most other reviews won’t mention this) is that you’re not going to get the same results as Botox, in relation to the short term effects.
Instead Natox shows a reduction in wrinkle visibility over time, but only with consistent, daily use.
Some of the effects you should see over time include:
- Reduced visibility of fine lines and larger wrinkles.
- Skin should become smoother.
- An increase in the production of collagen(compound that helps produce more cells in our skin).
Although effects vary with each person, most users have experienced the above effects.
Quick Price Comparison
Of course all of us when buying anything, want to get it for the best price possible. Right now there’s a couple of places you can grab Natox from, with some obviously being cheaper then others.
The only option you DON’T have at this stage is to buy Natox in stores offline.
Here’s your options at this stage:
1. Third Party Merchants
When I say third-party merchants, I’m referring to sites like amazon.com or buy.com. Because Natox is a newly released product, there’s only one third-party merchant that I was able to find that stocks it. That was echemist.co.uk and the price of $130 is shown below.:
Although Amazon isn’t currently stocking Natox, it’s a sure bet they will eventually. A couple of things to note when buying from a third-party merchant:
- Make sure you check their money back guarantee as most don’t make that option available.
- Any coupon codes available from the official site, will NOT work on third party merchants.
- Any bonuses offered on the official site, will NOT be given if you purchase through a third-party.
The Official Site
AT THIS STAGE(capitalized because it may change) the best option for buying Natox is available through the Official Supplier.
The price is $140 which is $10 more then from the merchant above however if you buy from the official site:
- You have a 60 day money back guarantee.
- If you send in a story of your experience using their product, you’ll get $30 off the next order.
Although the price is slightly higher, I still think paying that extra $10 for the money back guarantee is more important, even if it is just for peace of mind.
In the end though, I leave the choice up to you.
Please feel free to navigate around my site and read some of the other information I have about Natox, as well as important info on Botox that I really think everyone should know about.