Porselene Review -
Does Porselene work?
Porselene reviews done by our review staff has found the Porselene is gel based and does not state if Porselene is formulated for intimate areas such as the underarm. Porselene does not contain hydroquinone but does have parabens in the ingredients. Our review staff has found that some customers that used Porselene found that it caused their redness and irritation to their skin. Porselene may not be suitable for all skin types. Our staff was unable to find out how soon before results will show using Porselene or how long a bottle of Porselene will last. This could be expensive for some customers if additional bottles are needed to be purchased to get results.
Porselene Size: 1.7 oz
According to the manufacturer, use during the day to lighten, clear and discourage appearances of blemishes, and to provide your skin with an all-day fresh and shine-free complexion.
Water, Potassium Azeloyl Diglycinate, lactic Acid, SD Alcohol 40, Glycerin, Salicylic Acid, Arbutin, Xanthan Gum, Carbomer, Triethanolamine, Tetrasodium EDTA, Allantoin, Imidazolidinyl Urea, Methylparaben, Propylparaben, Kojic Acid (&) Mulberry (Morus Bombycis) Root Extract, (&) Butylene Glycol (&) EDTA (&) Sodium Sulfite (&) Sodium Metabisulfite (&) Aminobutyric Acid (&) Glucosamine HCI (&) Licorice (Glycyrrhize Glabra) Extract (&) Sanguisorba Officinalis Extract (&) Scutellaria, Baicalensis Extract (&) Polysorbate-20 (&) Phenoxyethanol (&) Ethylparaben=SCL 175, Fragrance
Porselene Wrap Up:
Our research staff has concluded that Porselene may help reduce the appearance of discoloration on the skin but does not mention if Porselene is formulated for the under arm area. Porselene will also moisturize and condition the skin to leave it feeling smooth. Our staff has compared Porselene to other underarm whitening products on the market and found that there are others that have been clinically tested, more cost effective and can show positive results in just 8 weeks.