LifeCell Reviews – All-in-One Treatment
LifeCell cream or as the company calls it “LifeCell All-in-One Treatment” was born in 2005. The formula was developed by South Beach Skincare, a South Florida based cosmetic company. I am very conscientious about what I put on my skin and I carefully read the ingredients of all my skin care products. More than just an anti-wrinkle cream, LifeCell is advertised as a treatment that fights the signs of aging. The unique thing about this product is that it’s an All-in-One. Usually treatments include several products to make the full treatment effective. In this review you will find a list of facts about LifeCell, no hype or promotional propaganda.
Let’s Review LifeCell’s Cream Ingredients
You can find the complete list of ingredients on their site or on their product’s box. I’m listing the ingredients that LifeCell makes more emphasis when talking about their products effectiveness.
DMAE: Deanol is the only skin care ingredient that has been able to improve skin firmness from topical application. Just applying Deanol will help stimulate your own natural collagen and help tighten your skin. You can find it as DMAE (Dimethylaminoethanol) at the bottom of the LifeCell cream box.
Hyaluronic Acid: Hyaluronic acid is a top grade skin plumper that is often used in cosmetic injections. With skin care innovations hyaluronic acid can now be used in creams to help plump skin through topical application. Found as Sodium Hyaluronate in the ingredient list of LifeCell.
Retinol (Vitamin A): Retinol is a form of vitamin A. It is mainly used to speed up skin renewal. It can be effective for anything ranging from acne to anti-aging. LifeCell lists 2 forms, Retinol (Vitamin A) and Retinyl Palmitate (Vitamin A Palmitate)
Vitamin C: Vitamin C is an antioxidant. Antioxidants help repel free radicals like pollution and sun damage. Your skin can benefit from this ingredient in many ways. Among them includes anti-aging and skin repair. It’s listed as Ascorbyl Palmitate (Vitamin C Palmitate) in LifeCell’s cream ingredients.
Ubiquinone (Coenzyme Q10): Ubiquinone is considered a super antioxidant. As mentioned above in the vitamin C section, ubiquinone will help your skin repel skin damage and aging.
Many of us are familiar with the skin care ingredients mentioned above, but LifeCell is also formulated with some exotic ingredients that caught my attention.
Spilanthes Acmella Flower Extract: It is an exotic plant from tropical regions like India and Brazil. This extract has fatty acid compounds which help moisturize skin.
Peptides: Peptides often promote collagen production and work as antioxidants. They may be essential for healing and regeneration of the epidermis and help remove damaged collagen.
I could go on about the rest of ingredients listed on the box, but with what I have seen already and the research I’ve done on each one, there is a great amount of skin nourishing ingredients to provide something positive to your skin. I’ve been using LifeCell anti-aging cream for about 3 months now and below are the pros and cons I have gathered from my own experience with LifeCell.
-Arrived timely and without delay.
– Delivers results.
– Natural ingredients
– The cream endures a long time (3 months) with daily application.
-Does not provide UV protection.
– The pricing may be over budget for some.
Most LifeCell reviews focus on their auto replenish products, but my LifeCell review is about gathering facts about the wrinkle cream itself. As someone who vouches for good ingredients I really found this product to have ingredients that are gentle yet effective. LifeCell cream is not their only skin care product and you can check out the facts I have gathered about the rest of LifeCell Products here.
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