LifeCell Review and Product Analysis
If you want to learn more about the Lifecell anti-wrinkle cream, and whether it really lives up the hype, then this guide was written for you. Specifically, I’m going to share the results of my research into this product (and the company behind it), and also share some of the genuine user feedback I’ve found online - from real users of the product (not just over-hyped testimonials from the sales page). So let’s begin.
They claim the product is recommended by dermatologists and other skin care professionals – and they also boast celebrity endorsements, such as Paula Abdul.
The website features many positive testimonials, as well as before/after photos. (It’s worth noting that they offer $1,500 for before/after shots which are selected for their official website).
So what does the Lifecell cream do?
It claims to:
Plump up your lips,
Rejuvenate your skin,
Remove dark under eye circles and reduce puffiness,
Improve damaged skin,
Protect against signs of aging,
Make your skin firmer,
Even out your skin tone,
Reduce appearance of age spots,
Reduce appearance of crow’s feet, fine lines and wrinkles.
As you can see, the product makes lots of claims. In fact, it’s marketed as an “all in one” solution to the signs of aging. Unlike competing brands, they do not offer multiple products, creams and serums for different areas of skin care.
Instead, Lifecell claims to replace the need for separate moisturizers, lip plumpers, eye serum, and any other anti-wrinkle solution.
However, the effectiveness of a “jack-of-all-trades” product like this may seem questionable at first glance.
So how do you use Lifecell?
Like any topical cream, you simply apply the product as needed to your face and neck, as well as your lips, and around the eyes.
One of the ways Lifecell achieves its wrinkle-removing claim is with the use of Silicon Dioxide. These are like “3D crystals”, which fill the wrinkles, hiding the shadows which give way the lines and wrinkles, (which is what ultimately makes them visible). This method is used for a few different products with varying success. Lifecell seems to get good feedback for this aspect of the product – but remember that it is only a temporary solution to “hiding” wrinkles. The quick (albeit short-term) results are certainly a nice benefit, though.
However, Lifecell also contains several other key active ingredients which promise to deliver longer-term results.
Here are the ingredients:
Acetyl hexapeptide-3 – This claims to “block” the action of certain proteins by stopping them from connecting to the cells which cause muscle contraction. It has been said that it can emulate the Botox effect.
Deanol – This is designed to improve circulation, lip tone, and create a fuller shape to the lips.
Ascorbyl Palmitate – This is designed to protect your skin from free-radicals which damage the outer layers of the skin.
Vitamin C – This helps the natural development of Collagen, and offers several other benefits, especially with its anti-inflammatory properties.
Uniquinone – This is an anti-oxidant ingredient, which can help to reduce skin dryness and also reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines.
D3PA – This is designed to increase your skin’s “cellular energy”, which is supposed to help repair damaged skin cells faster.
So what kind of guarantee does Lifecell offer?
It seems they offer a 120-day refund policy if you’re not satisfied, which is quite generous – it should be plenty of time to see if it is working for you. They also offer a 30-day free trial.
One of the drawbacks to Lifecell is its price. At $189 for a 40 day supply, it’s one of the more expensive wrinkle creams you can buy. The cost is eased a little due to free shipping, but it’s still quite expensive.
However, because it lives up to the hype – it is certainly worth the money for many people. Especially when you don’t have to spend money on other products – because this formula replaces many of the other products you may be using.
But the most important thing is whether Lifecell will work for you.
To find out the answer, I searched for genuine user feedback from other people who have tried the product, too.
Here’s what I’ve found.
One reviewer states that the product works great as a moisturizer, but isn’t convinced that it delivered incredible results just yet – perhaps because of her oily skin type. However, the results were promising enough to continue using the product in the long-term.
Another reviewer said it made her skin feel smoother and fresher – and this effect did help to erase the signs of finer lines and wrinkles temporarily – due to this smoothing effect.
Another user commented that they like that the product comes as just “one main tube”, rather than having to manage a variety of different skin care products. This made it easy to apply each day, as it is a very simple skin care routine to manage.
One user said it made their face look and feel great. They compared their appearance to when they are wearing foundation – but without actually having to apply any!
There are several reviews with similar feedback. With regular use, this cream can dramatically improve your skin tone and complexion – so you can almost get away without wearing foundation. Of course, this may not apply to everyone, as it seems your skin type could mean it takes longer to see changes. Despite this, the majority of reviews claim that LifeCell gives powerful results. It may seem “almost” too good to be true, hence the price.
Several users claim the product is effective for them, and well worth the money – but they are put off by the aggressive, “hard-sell” marketing that the company seems to employ.
A happy user said that they didn’t notice any results at first, but after using it for a few weeks they noticed some good improvements. They also noted that it helped to make their forehead wrinkles much less visible.
It seems the majority of users have had good success with Lifecell. But it isn’t without its drawbacks. The main ones being the price, and getting past the over-the-top marketing. But if you’re looking for a product top-of-the-line anti wrinkle cream which many consider to be the best available – then LifeCell is something you should consider trying.
In conclusion, Lifecell is a good product to try – and if it works for you, then you’re going to be very happy with the results. If it doesn’t work, then you’re protected by a pretty solid 120 refund policy. The only major drawback is the price. However, if it works for your skin – you’ll certainly feel that it’s worth the investment.
To visit the official Lifecell website, click here.