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LifeCell Review: Does It work? Or is It a Fraud?

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It's hard not to be suspicious of a product that claims to be "the last skincare system you will ever need" and also claims to erase every possible skin problem from acne to crow's feet to thin lips. It’s right to be suspicious of advertising, especially on the internet where there are little to no regulations regarding claims made about products or services. Lifecell skin Antiaging Benefits Diagram

The only way for a consumer to protect him or herself from fraud is to do careful research about a product before buying. With this in mind, we have completed a thorough investigation of Lifecell cream in order to determine whether or not it is worth your money to give this product a try. Obviously everyone is different, so a product may not work the same way for you as it does for other people, but at least we can help you decide if Lifecell is a complete waste of money, or whether it’s worth a try to see if it works for you.

If LifeCell's claims are true, this is the anti-aging breakthrough you've been waiting for. Once single cream to apply all over your face, including your lips (it claims to smooth and plump them up) would eliminate the need for separate over- and under-eye creams, face creams, and lip plumpers. Many of LifeCell’s testimonials from users mention the fact that they didn’t even need to use concealer when using LifeCell, because it camouflaged lines, wrinkles, dark spots, under-eye circles, blemishes, and discolorations so well. If LifeCell did, indeed, live up to the hype, it would be quite the miracle.

The maker of Lifecell is South Beach Skincare, which has a bit of a spotty reputation on the internet. However, we did some research to get to the bottom of this reputation, and found out that many of the complaints against LifeCell are actually complaints from people who did not bother to read “the fine print” (it’s not actually that small) or compare LifeCell to other products being sold on the internet.

For example, one complaint filed on ripoffreport.com complained that LifeCell’s "free" trial was not actually free. The problem is, this customer did not bother to read LifeCell's website: if you try LifeCell and do not like it, (a "trial") you can return it for a full refund. Therefore, the trial is free. However, if you do not return it, you are billed for the product—as you should be. Why should anyone receive a full-size product for free? If you're using it, shouldn’t you pay for it?

Also, the makers of LifeCell, like many other beauty product and supplement makers that sell over the internet, automatically ship and bill you for new product based on a set schedule of one tube every 60 days unless you tell them that you do not want them to. This convenient service makes sure that you do not run out of product, and this policy is clearly explained as well. It’s simple to get a tube more often or less often (for example: one a month or one every three or four months) or to stop receiving LifeCell if you no longer want it: simply tell them you don't want it anymore! LifeCell does not do anything that isn’t industry standard when it comes to their free trial, but they are much more flexible than the industry standard!

LifeCells page is clearly designed to sell their product, and this turns some people off. To many people, including faithful LifeCell customers, the webpage appears "desperate" (that is an actual quote from a Lifecell user) and many people feel that if the company is that desperate to sell its product, than the product must not be that good.

There are quite a few problems with that assumption! We all need to make money, and many television commercials for high-quality products can be just as "desperate" and “"n your face" as the LifeCell page is. Secondly—of course South Beach Skin Care wants to brag about its many celebrity endorsements! Wouldn’t you if your product was a favorite of Paula Abdul?

One thing to be aware of is that LifeCell's free trial is not the "best guarantee in the business." People advertising LifeCell will throw that out there, but it simple isn't so. Many skincare companies offer samples that are truly free, including the fact that they pay shipping and handling for you. These samples, however, are often so tiny that they contain only one use of the product, which for skincare products, usually isn't enough to see if it works or not. Other companies charge shipping and handling to send you a seven or fourteen day supply, and do not bill you if you don't return it. Of course, LifeCell's policy is far from being the worst, as you can get your money back quickly and efficiently if you don't like the product and follow the simple directions to be refunded. In fact, LifeCell has a 120 day refund policy, which is quite generous compared to other similar products. Since LifeCell does ship internationally, they have to offer a longer guarantee to accommodate the time it takes products to ship. Thankfully, they take that into consideration and do offer a long time for the money-back guarantee.

Another thing that makes people reluctant to try LifeCell is the price. At $189 per tube, it does seem a little steep. However, many users report using one tube every two months when it is applied every day, both morning and night. Compare that to how much you would spend for two months application of a separate day and night cream, eye cream, anti-wrinkle cream, firming cream, lip plumper, and concealer/foundation! Even an inexpensive line like Avon’s Reversalist would cost you about $300 for the same amount of anti-aging power, and a department store line would cost much more.

For people interested in LifeCell's ingredients, here is a complete list:

  • Water
  • Caprylic/Capric Triglycerides
  • Ethoxydiglycol
  • Stearyl Alcohol
  • Stearic Acid
  • Peg-100 Stearate
  • Glyceryl Stearate
  • Diisopropyl Dimer Dilinoleate
  • Magnesium Aluminum Silicate
  • Peg-40 Stearate
  • Oxido Reductases
  • Soy Peptides
  • Cyclomethicone
  • Hydrolyzed Rice Bran Extract
  • Deanol
  • Dithiolane-3-Pentanoic Acid
  • Copper Gluconate
  • Magnesium Aspartate
  • Zinc Gluconate
  • Acetyl Hexapeptide-3
  • Coenzyme-Q-10
  • Ascorbyl Palmitate
  • Fumed Silica
  • Silicon Dioxide
  • Propyl Gallate
  • BHA
  • Citric Acid
  • Phenoxyethanol
  • Caprylyl Glycol

Many of these ingredients are found in all skin creams as hydrators, stabilizers, emulsifiers, and to maintain product freshness. The ethanols and alcohols dissolve dead, dull surface cells to provide a renewed, fresh, younger appearance (like a mini chemical peel) and also clear and tighten pores to make them less noticeable. Citric acid contributes to the brightening effect that LifeCell has. Co-Enzyme Q10 has been clinically shown to tighten skin, and the minerals (silica, aluminum) act like a mineral foundation, sitting on top of skin to provide the look of soft, even-toned skin. Other ingredients fill up wrinkles with light-reflecting crystals while you wear LifeCell, which makes them “disappear.” The reason LifeCell starts to work so quickly is that while some elements are absorbed to contribute to a long-term anti-aging effect, some elements stay on top of the skin and instantly camouflage signs of aging. Lifecell

Acetyl hexapeptide-3 has been shown to block the action of certain nerve cells which allow facial muscles to settle into the creases that cause many facial folds and wrinkles. This ingredient is known as “surface Botox” because it offers similar results without the injections. Other ingredients included in LifeCell are powerful antioxidants shown to help skin repair itself faster by increasing blood flow to the face. In fact, all of LifeCell’s key ingredients have been proven effective in controlled, independent scientific studies.

Animal lovers may be interested in the fact that South Beach Skin Care does not test on animals, and that LifeCell has received PETA approval for being "cruelty-free."

It's difficult to trust anything you read these days, and we understand if you’re sceptical about products that claim to produce big changes. We've done our best to do thorough and complete research regarding this product, and it is our opinion that if you are careful to adjust your delivery schedule to suit your needs, LifeCell will save you money compared to your current anti-aging routine, and will give you impressive results. Remember, LifeCell appears to erase wrinkles within seconds, all while nourishing your skin to tighten, brighten, and rejuvenate, so if you need it to look good for a party in a few weeks, LifeCell will deliver. This is not a regimen you need to stick to for 3-6 months in order to see results!

Check out LifeCell’s website for yourself, if you’re interested in trying this product.

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