Modulo is a Los Angeles based skincare manufacturer that develops luxury products. One of their key differentiating factors is that they focus on quality over quantity when formulating products for consumers. They promise using the finest ingredients to ensure potency.
Modulo offer 5 different serum products: Eye Rescue Serum, Anti-Aging Collagen Boost+, Cleanse+, Brighten & Tone and Radiant Rose Water. All of these products comes with a risk-free 60-day trial.
Eye Rescue Serum
The Eye Rescue Serum targets the problem areas around the eyes. It is aimed to correct the following:
- Dark circles
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Sagging skin
There are no ingredients listed on the product description based for the Eye Serum, so it is hard to determine exactly what is being used to alleviate these problem areas and how the $95 pricing per bottle is justified.
The Cleanse+ is a skin exfoliator. It’s a cleansing foam that is designed to remove makeup and dirt inside of the pores and tighten sagging skin.
While they do not provide a full list of ingredients, they do share the claims of a few ingredients: the extract of caviar lime. It is said that this extract is packed with B and C vitamins and it fights against inflammation, but there is insufficient evidence on whether or not this claim is true.
This product can be applied after washing the face and rubbing it into the skin and then rinsing after 30 to 60 seconds. The Cleanse+ can be purchased for $38.
Anti-Aging Collagen Boost+
The Anti-Aging Collagen Boost+ is designed to improve collagen and skin elasticity.
It is said to target and correct the following areas:
- Sagging skin
- Fine lines and wrinkles
- Blocks UVB sunrays
- Dry skin
Again, they do not provide a list of ingredients, but they state one of their primary ingredients: homeostatine.
It is commonly used is skin care products, it is claimed that in case increase the production of collagen and fights again inflammation.
Unfortunately, there is conflicting evidence on these claims. Without the complete list of ingredients, it’s hard to justify how this product is priced at $100.
Brighten & Tone
The Brighten and Tone Serum is designed to rejuvenate and brighten the repair uneven skin tone.
It claims that is can brighten the skin within 2 weeks, reverse signs of aging, reduce dark spots, even skin tone and block UVB rays.
Modulo claims that this product works through a formula called MFactor 4tm that contains “natural active ingredients,” but they do not state what ingredients were used in this formula. This could be a huge turnoff for customers, especially since the product is priced at $135.
Radiant Rose Water
Radiant Rose Water is a formula designed to hydrate and relax the skin. Rose water contains anti-inflammatory properties which can help reduce skin irritation, redness, and maintain the skin’s pH balance.
According to Modulo’s product description, it says that the Radiant Rose Water is a “formula that incorporates the power of water,” which implies that other ingredients may be additional ingredients used to create this product that have not been mentioned.
Skin Care Devices
Modulo offers 4 skin therapy devices that are designed to improve the health of the skin: the Ultimate Control 6-in-1, HydraMist+, Sonic Cleansing Brush and the Eye Contour Wand.
Ultimate Control 6-in-1
The Ultiate Control 6-in-1 is a technological device that is designed to reverse aging skin. This product is claimed to soften fine lines, increase collagen production and elasticity, treat acne, firm, detoxify and brighten the skin.
There are 6 targeted treatments that can be used with this device:
- Photon LED Therapy –a 6 part light therapy designed to treat acne, oily skin, dark spots, and hyperpigmentation
- Radio Frequency and Electrical Muscle Stimulation Radio Frequency –designed to soften fine lines and crow’s feet, and reduce puffiness and bags under the eyes
- Ultrasonic Massage –promotes collagen production
- Sonic Vibration –promotes blood circulation
- Positive Ion –helps purge toxins in the skin
- Negative Ion –face cleanser
This product features two contact massage heads, stainless steel construction, 9 LED lights, LCD display, and a charger. There is a 1-year manufacturer’s warranty for this product. This can be purchased for $280.
The HydraMist+ is designed to hydrate and moisturize the skin. In a thirty-second treatment, Modulo claims that this product can hydrate, moisturize and tighten the skin around the eyes, nose and mouth.
It is a complimentary product with the Radiant Rose Water because it will be used in this device. It is priced at $125 and comes with a 1-year manufacturer’s warranty.
Sonic Cleansing Brush
The Sonic Cleansing Brush is designed to deeply penetrate in the pores and remove dirt, oil, makeup and other toxins from the skin.
What differentiates this product from other facial cleansers is that it is claimed to reach in areas that traditional methods cannot do.
This can prevent premature aging and acne breakouts. The Cleansing Brush is priced at $50 and comes with a 1-year warranty.
Eye Contour Wand
The Eye Contour Wand is an automatic massaging cleanser that stimulates blood flow around the eye area.
This is great for customers who have sensitive facial skin. Modulo claims that this product can help alleviate dark circles and puffiness around the eyes and soften fine lines and wrinkles. The Eye Contour Wand is priced at $60, and it comes with a 1-Year warranty.
How to Purchase
All of Modulo’s products can be purchased on their website: modulobeauty.com or directly at their Santa Monica location in California.
Modulo Review Summary
There are a lot of raising concerns about the legitimacy of Modulo Beauty. They do not provide a list of the ingredients used in their products.
This can be hard for customers to figure out why these products are priced so high, and it can be a turnoff for customers with many allergies with certain ingredients that are commonly used in skincare products.
The skincare devices do not provide a detailed description on how they work, plus there is insufficient scientific evidence for the claims of these products to work. For this reason, Modulo is not recommended.