There are skin care products on the market today that are great for masking the signs of aging. Then there are those that claim to actually get rid of such signs altogether. Needless to say, the latter category is the more desirable by far, but is at the same time the more sparsely populated – at least in terms of products that actually work. Think you need to take a closer look at products before investing your hard-earned money?
So, the question is, will Cell Revival bring the kind of results that justifies such a high price, or would you be better spending your money elsewhere?
Cell Revival contains a number of ingredients that have, in testing, proved to be effective in the fight against various signs of aging…fine lines and wrinkles in particular. It is also rich in antioxidants and natural extracts which when combined, offer deep and lasting nourishment for the skin to prevent them from reappearing. It may be a steep price to pay, but your $160 is at least covered by a 60-day money back guarantee. This suggests that the manufacturer is convinced that it will indeed work for you.
There are plenty of good reviews from buyers to suggest that Cell Revival does what it promises and can offer faster results than most of its rival products. Additionally, there is a 60-day money back guarantee in place indicates the confidence of the manufacturer.
On the other side of the argument however, it’s fair to say that while many of the ingredients that go into Cell Revival have been tested and verified, the manufacturer doesn’t say anything about the final product being independently tested. This of course isn’t always the end of the world, but in a product that costs $160 should be considered inexcusable.
The Cell Revival system involves three stages of application for which full instructions and details are given. You can find the known ingredients to the right.
On the whole, those looking to use Cell Revival will be making use of ingredients like Matrixyl 3000, goji berry, coenzymeQ10, green tea extract, pomegranate, a broad spectrum SPF (zinc and titanium), grape seed extract, and avocado oil.
We’ve all come to know and accept that when it comes to health and beauty treatments that can help reduce and ideally eliminate the signs of aging, $160 is a common price to pay. However, it’s also safe to say that when any product costs upward of the $100 mark, it should have been put through independent clinical trials to prove how safe and effective it is. This product cannot back its claims, so it does not deserve your money.