Is the Nerium AD product for real?

Recently, I have been hearing a lot on a new product called Nerrium AD. I see good reviews, but just as many bad reviews. I have friends who really believe in its wrinkle correcting abilities, but I'm confused.....What is your opinion? Edna

In my opinion, this product is probably a waste of your time and money.  In their marketing and “science.” are all the red flags –  a plant no one else seems to have heard of or be using, miracle web photos with no published studies, claims that it fixes nearly everything, extracts that are named by the company that no one else knows about, etc.

Also, it’s a direct sales structure  (a ponzi scheme??) so that anyone promoting it to you is very likely selling it also. 

Dr. I

Dr. Brandith Irwin, MD

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