Biofade Review

Is Biofade a Smart Choice?

 

Biofade Description:

On the company’s website, Biofade is marketed to brighten one’s sensitive areas such as the genitals, areolas, anus and under arms. The manufacturer claims that Biofade can be used in the privacy of your own home and that the product is safe for even the most delicate skin types. However, there is no information suggesting that the product is suitable for men or that the product is applicable on the penis or scrotum. It appears that Biofade is sold in a 50 mL product size and the product should be applied until individuals achieve their desired skin tone, as stated by the manufacturer.

The manufacturer markets Biofade as a cream that brightens the appearance of intimate areas if applied twice daily. On the company’s website, the manufacturer does not provide a full ingredient list, but claims that the product has been clinically proven and that its hydroquinone-free. Biofade appears to retail for under $60, but the manufacturer does not offer Buy 2, Get 1 Free specials. Instead discounts are applied if two or more bottles are purchased.

Biofade Features:

• Brightens sensitive areas such as the vagina, nipples, areolas, anus and under arms.
• No information suggesting that the product is intended for men (penis, scrotum)
• Does not offer Buy 2, Get 1 Free specials, but offers discounts
• Hydroquinone-free

Biofade Details:

Form: Cream
Size: 50 mL/ 1.7 oz
Ingredients & Instructions: Click here for information

Biofade Results:

The manufacturer reports that individuals should use the brightening cream as directed until you achieve your desired skin tone results.

Biofade Conclusion:

The manufacturer of Biofade does not state that the product is intended for men and there is no ingredient list published on the product’s website. Biofade should be applied until your desired skin tone is achieved. It appears that Biofade is a cream that is marketed to brighten the appearance of the anus, nipples, underarms, vagina and areoles. The manufacturer sells Biofade for less than $60, but does not offer Buy 2, Get 1 Free purchase specials. To see how Biofade compares to other intimate area products, please click on the learn more tab on the product review grid.

 

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  Product
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Product
Name
Marketed
to
Whiten
Anal
Area
Marketed to
Whiten
Vaginal &
Bikini Area
Imperfections
Marketed to
Whiten
Penis &
Scrotum
Area
Marketed to
Brighten
Dark,
Discolored
Nipples
Does
NOT
Contain
Hydroquinone†
Offers a
Buy 2, Get 1
FREE
Special
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† Hydroquinone is a skin bleaching agent often used in skin lightening / bleaching products
Hydroquinone has been liked to causing cancer, liver damage and other illnesses.

Superior” rating is gen to products that have the characteristics described at the top of the respective column. “Good” rating is given to products that met part but not all of the characteristic described in the respective column. A “Poor” rating is given when a product lacks the respective characteristic. “N/A” Rating is gen when the manufacturer of the product does not provide adequate information regarding the respective characteristic. Ratings are based on manufacturer’s labeling and marketing statements at the time when this table was last updated. Last updated: November, 2015

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