The Knu line of anti-aging products was designed to address the challenges of fine lines, wrinkles and other signs of premature skin aging using active ingredients known for their significant skin-healing, regenerating and repairing properties: Epidermal Growth Factor (EGF), second generation tri-peptides, alpha hydroxy acids, DMAE and even South American beauty secret: snail serum, a complex secretion rich in protein, lipids, trace minerals, enzymes, copper peptides, amino acids and more. These actives are synergistically combined with 70% organic ingredients, including soothing organic aloe vera juice and antioxidant cranberry and green tea, to aid skin healing and protect against further damage. Knu has been featured on CBS' The Doctors and co-host Andrew Ordon, M.D. recommended Knu for its "immediate lift and firming combined with long term anti-aging benefits."
When the serum came in the mail, I tested it out on my own face, but the before and afters weren’t significant. Because I have yet to start experiencing any loss of elasticity, or other aging signs, it was difficult to determine if the claims could be proven. However, I could feel the serum firming and toning quickly after application, and because of that, believed that if I did have any more significant facial lines or wrinkles, I may see a difference. So, to really put this product to the test, I decided to take it a step further and called in my 72-year-old nana for her approval.
We applied the serum to what I would consider common problem areas for women: crow’s feet, laugh lines, etc. The result was actually pretty impressive. Below is a before and after (forgive the poor quality of the images.)