Lifecell presents an anti-aging cream for the eye on its website. All of us strive to attain perfect skin. While in pursuit of an ageless and flawless skin, we are always on the lookout for that amazing product which can give us results that are fast, and at a price which is well within our reach. There are many unanswered questions about this product. The company has used various angles to market this product. Is this product able to do all that it claims?
So, the question is, Will Lifecell really be able to reduce wrinkles and fine lines around the eyes?
Lifecell claims to benefit your skin as it has powerful ingredients like Ubiquinone and D3pa, which are basically antioxidants. With the use of this product, the production of skins collagen is boosted and the skin elasticity is increased. Lifecell contains Vitamin C which is derived from AscorbylPalmitate that aids this process. The product also has the benefit of the presence of Acetyl Hexapeptide that is commonly referred to as a Botox alternative. The toning of the muscles is done by Deanol which in turn results in a firm skin. Lifecell claims that within 17 seconds a remarkable effect on the lines and wrinkles can actually be seen. However, the instructions for the applications are not found on the site.
Lifecell offers a 30 day free trial of this eye care product, which means that the product can be returned within 30 days if the user is not satisfied with it and he will not even be charged for it. At the end of the day, recommendations and endorsements by people of repute builds on the customer confidence, unless they are fake. The company has made the process very simple and secure.
Regarding Lifecell, we should all note that their official website is not professional. Nowhere on the site, is the cost of the product mentioned. The product is not authenticated by any clinical studies. The primary ingredients of the product are specified. Incidentally, the contact information about the company is also not furnished in its website.
The ingredients are not completely specified but what we know can be found to the right.
This product contains ingredients like Deanol, D3PA, Acetyl Hexapaptide, Ascorbyl Palmitate, and Ubiquinone.
When the accurate price of the product is not stated, it is not easy to judge the product. It appears that the buyers get to know the cost of the product when they order for the free trial of the product. Apparently, then they get into the company’s auto-shipping program. The negative aspects of this product are too many to recommend it.