Biofinite Review: Is It Effective?

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Biofinite Overview

Biofinite is its own manufacturer and the cream can be purchased directly from the website or through other online retailers. There is trial of 14 days available on the website for $4.95, however there is only one button to click when trying to purchase and there are no options to choose. The page directs you to input your payment information with fine print explaining that your subscription will automatically be renewed and you will be charged $87.63 unless you cancel the order.

There is no information about the company history and the product information is a bit vague.

There are mixed reviews about Biofinite, many claiming it does not work.

Biofinite: Product Description


Biofinite contains four main ingredients : Jojoba Seed Oil, Pro Vitamin B5, Resveratol, and Green Tea Extract. Jojoba Seed can be found in other products. It is most commonly found in Arizona, California, and Mexico and is non-toxic and non-allergenic. Vitamin B5, also known as Panthothenic Acid, is a water-soluble vitamin that has been used in other products. Resveratol is a type of natural phenol and Green Tea Leaf Extract works as an antioxidant.

Good about Biofinite

  • The ingredients are all natural

Bad about Biofinite

  • Negative customer reviews
  • Little information about the product
  • No information about the manufacturer
  • High price
  • Little to no clinical studies done on the ingredients

Biofinite The Bottom Line

There is not much information available about the Biofinite cream or the company itself. The price is also a bit expensive without having enough information to back up that the product does really work and there are many negative customer reviews about people’s experiences with Biofinite. The website claims clinical studies have been done on the ingredients, but there are no results easily found. However, the ingredients are all natural and have been used in other products. There is no real harm in trying Biofinite, just as long as you cancel your 14 day trial if it does not work for you.