Lifecell is apparently meant to reduce wrinkles with a “revolutionary anti aging and anti wrinkle cream treatment.” They compare themselves to surgical and otherwise physician administered treatments such as facelifts, botox, and microdermabrasion. It will apparently even target the areas around the eyes, eliminating puffiness and dark circles. We wonder if it uses eyseryl, the only ingredient proven to work effectively around the eyes. Still, they promise it will target even difficult crow’s feet and improve elasticity, effectively freezing time with this South Beach Skin Care product.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
Lifecell provides us with no full ingredients list, only a supposed and probably paid endorsement from a Dr Raj Bhayani. The main ingredients do not include eyseryl or any other proven ingredients, but idebenone(coenzyme Q10) and nitric oxide. Nitric oxide can improve blood circulation, which could reverse some damage due to things like smoking. But neither of these have been proven to actually reverse wrinkles.
Overall Impression of Lifecell:
Lifecell has no official website, no money back guarantee, no real ingredients lists, no real scientific studies, and though they claim to have celebrity endorsements, they don’t dare post them lest they should be sued by a well known celebrity for false use. There is really nothing to substantiate use of this product, and it has no worth.