AssoBar is probably the most exotic acne treatment we’ve ever seen, and that’s saying a lot. And while it’s not quite conventional, it is quite effective.
The best part is that AssoBar comes with very few ingredients and one very special ingredient. AssoBar’s secret is 24K gold! Gold has been proven to provide benefits for the skin. This metallic element was used anciently for its rejuvenation effects and skin brightening agents. Queen Naphatalie, Cleopatra, and Chinese Empresses Xi Shi and Ci Xi all used gold to treat their skin.
Wrinkle treatments and acne treatments are normally not combined into one product. But AssoBar is not a normal product. As an acne treatment AssoBar works to eliminate acne and reduce swelling. As a wrinkle treatment AssoBar works to increase collagen and elastin production, give the benefits of antioxidants, and increase blood flow for more effective cell growth.
Does it Work?
Gold is an inflammatory agent in AssoBar that works to reduce skin swell, caused by acne. The gold ions penetrate skin and act as antioxidants. The ions work to halt the premature aging process and fight free radicals and oxidation.
Skin begins to age as collagen and elastin are diminished. AssoBar stimulates the production of both elastin and collagen so wrinkles are reduced and fine lines are filled in.
Gold’s properties also stimulate blood flow and improve cell growth for improved complexion and less blotchiness. The other ingredients in AssoBar include glycogen, herb oil, palm oil, coconut oil, aqualene, and vitamin C.
None, other than this is one expensive bar of soap. This is obviously because of the 24 carat gold in the soap. The only other “side effect” that should be noted is that AssoBar also works to fight wrinkles as well as acne.
AssoBar uses ancient science to benefit the skin in countless ways. We think this one is definitely worth the try, especially for those who don’t already have a face soap that they use.
It’s a reasonable price and they have a conditional money-back guarantee that will make it all worth the trial. In the end, who doesn’t want to wash their face with gold?