An injectible alternative to botox, LiftFusion shows significant results after 30 days. It has earned the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval, but it is not FDA approved. Botox on the other hand is FDA approved and it worked immediately. It is also guaranteed to work, whereas LiftFusion is not. The only good press about LiftFusion comes from their official website.
Price:$140, $89, $39
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
LiftFusion comes with a wand, facelift, and eyelift. Each individual piece costs you a different amount, and apparently you need multiple treatments to see results, which is part of why it takes 30 days. The serums are really the key to the whole thing. They claims their serums include GABA, Matrixyl, and Argireline. All of these are potentially powerful wrinkle fighting ingredients, but only in the right concentrations.
Overall Impression of LiftFusion:
GABA and peptides are valuable ingredients, in the right amounts. But we doubt that they use that much, and it is certainly not worth paying a collective price of over $200 for, especially considering they don’t use eyeseryl or syncoll, two of the most powerful peptides. We prefer to see full disclosure as well as a proven method of delivery as the main component, instead of the wand LiftFusion relies upon.