Meant to create “younger looking skin”, Regenacell claims to be free of harmful and foreign chemicals. It is supposed to reduce wrinkles by increasing skin firmness, restoring elasticity, stimulating collagen, diminishing damage, moisturizing, reducing inflammation, and even apparently providing results comparable to botox. They state that the concentration is the key, which with the right ingredients, it really is.
Ingredients and Mechanism of Action:
There are only a few ingredients listed for Regenacell, not a full ingredients list. They include vitamin C, vitamin A, vitamin E, DMAE, hyaluronic acid, alpha lipoic acid, l-carnosine, aloe vera, panthenol, lecithin, sodium PCA, and grape seed extract.
Unfortunately, the concentration doesn’t really matter when you don’t have the right ingredients. They do have DMAE, which is the only natural ingredient proven to reduce facial sag. But they lack any ingredients that would rebuild collagen and elastin or otherwise reduce wrinkles. So it really doesn’t matter how much they use of each ingredient, because only one of them matters, and not in that way.
Overall Impression of Regenacell:
Regenacell gives you a descent first impression, focusing on one point that does matter. But they forget entirely about the point upon which that point would rest, i.e. the ingredients. After all, they say you should drink more water. If you drink more water, then it’s great. But if you drink tons of soda, it’s not quite the same thing. There is no follow through and really no formula to be had. You should not buy Regenacell.