Pevonia Botanica Review

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Overview

Pevonia Botanica is a “spa care” line of skin and hair treatments that endeavor to assist users (of any age or ethnicity) with a number of common skin dilemmas. With over 150 personal care products for sale today and numerous in-spa treatments, Pevonia Botanica aims to provide effective skin/hair treatments for men and women alike by combining “science and nature.” This skin care line dates back to 1991 and is only sold in “prestigious spas” around the world.

The Pevonia Botanica line of face, body and hair treatments incorporate ingredients such as natural marine and holistic botanical extracts. These key components are combined with “high-tech manufacturing” to produce skin and hair products that claim to improve your overall appearance. Pevonia Botanica has developed four specific skin care regimens for the face. These include a “Dry Line,” “Combination Line,” “Oily Line” and “Sensitive Line.” These skin treatments aim to assist users with dry, combination, oily and sensitive skin types. While the oily skin care regimen consists of four steps, the combination involves five, and the dry and sensitive lines incorporate six steps. Pevonia Botanica is a skin care company that avoids animal testing and makes use of biodegradable materials for their packaging. The official Pevonia Botanica website can be viewed in eight different languages, however, no products are actually available via the website.

Product Deteails

Pevonia Botanica is essentially a “spa level” skin and hair care system that offers cosmetics/products to all consumers, regardless of ethnicity, age and gender. This skin/hair care line incorporates primary ingredients like holistic botanical extracts and natural marine components. Pevonia Botanica claims to be beneficial to all common skin types such as dry, oily, combination and sensitive.

Some ingredients found in Pevonia Botanica skin products are: Grapefruit Extract, Lactic Acid, Amica, Rosemary Extract, Lemon Grass Oil, Pear Seed Extract, Royal Jelly, Microemulsified Vitamin A, E & C, Hyaluronic Acid, Propolis, Shea Butter, Bisabolol, Allantoin, Chamomille, and Neroll Oil.

The Good

  • The official Pevonia Botanica website provides a 1-800 number for easy and convenient customer assistance.
  • The website is available in eight different languages.
  • The Pevonia Botanica website offers a convenient “spa locator” apparatus, which can assist consumers with finding Pevonia Botanica products.
  • Pevonia Botanica avoids testing on animals.

The Bad

  • The official Pevonia Botanica website does not sell the products online.
  • Pevonia Botanica product pricing is absent from the website.
  • There is no product development information or clinical trials to back up claims that Pevonia Botanica skin and hair products will truly benefit your appearance.
  • Pevonia Botanica treatments are not so easy and convenient to locate if you’re in an area that lacks professional spas.
  • Pevonia Botanica does not appear to be dermatologist-recommended.

The Bottom Line

While it’s somewhat reassuring that Pevonia Botanica products contain “natural marine and holistic botanical extracts” and they avoid animal testing, the fact that there is no clinical research offer on their official website may raise a few eyebrows. Sure, the notion of a skin/hair care line only sold in exclusive spas sounds great, but what does it really mean? For many consumers, Pevonia Botanica may be a bit difficult to purchase, and furthermore, it would certainly be nice for potential customers to know how much the products actually cost.

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