The official Cellatox website claims that their products can help you look 10 years younger, and this particular product is designed to reduce the visibility of wrinkles, under eye puffiness and dark circles. Cellatox contains a combination of 10 ingredients which are specifically picked to address darkness, fine lines and under eye bags. With such a targeted blend you might think that this is just the product you need.
So, the question is, will Cellatox be everything that it claims to be, or are there some secrets hiding behind the packaging that will disappoint you later?
Cellatox contains 10 active ingredients which include eyeseryl - which is used to reduce bags and puffiness under the eyes, matrixyl 3000 - used to encourage collagen production and fight deep set wrinkles, PephaTight - helps to improve elasticity and make the skin look more toned and tight, syncoll - which will penetrate the dermis to reduce the visibility of deep wrinkles and stretch marks, vitamin C - this acts as an antioxidant which encourages collagen formation and reduces inflammation while killing bacteria that can harm the skin.
The Cellatox page is very user friendly, but those who do not want to purchase there can buy through department stores and major retailers. There are plenty of positive reviews on the webpage and users claim that you can see results in as little as three days. There is an FAQ page to help people determine how to use the product properly, and a full list of details about how the ingredients work. There is a 90 day money back guarantee and discounts available for those who plan to purchase multiple bottles, are all amongst the real plusses.
It can be a bit difficult to contact the company because there is only one email and phone number on the contact page. There have not been any clinical trials performed on Cellatox yet. There are also no directions on the supplier’s website which can make for some real minuses.
There are not very many ingredients listed in Cellatox, but all of the active ingredients are made available for people to consider before buying.
Ingredients: Octapeptide, decapeptide, palmitoyl pentapeptide, pentapeptide, syncolll, retinyl palmitate (vitamin A palmitate), vitamin C, Eyeseryl, matrixyl 3000 and pephatight.
The supplier claims that each of the items in this blend have been clinically tested to ensure results for those who will be using the product, but the findings of these clinical trials have not been revealed to the public on the website. This leads to a few questions for those who are planning on making a purchase. This is never a good sign of a company that trusts in their product and can prove their effectiveness where it counts, making this product difficult to recommend.