Reprint Anti-aging Cream Review
Created in the home of an everyday wrinkle user, Reprint Anti-aging Cream is said to be unlike any other wrinkle cream on the market. Reprint Anti-aging Cream combines peptides and plant stem cells to create a product that advertises the reduce appearance of wrinkles by ten to fifteen years in only twenty-eight days.
Not only does Reprint Anti-aging Cream claim to lessen crow’s feet and fine lines, it is also said to reduce the look of age spots, skin discoloration, and improve the texture and feel of skin. The formula was inspired by a Swiss cosmetic manufacturer’s use of a rare apple’s stem cells. This home-made product has potential to work, but does it?
Ingredients and Mechanisms of Action:
Reprint Anti-aging Cream combines two different peptides with green tea and apple stem cells to create a mixture called Stemplex. Stemplex is said to be the wrinkle-fighting formula in Reprint Anti-aging Cream. The stem cells of humans have been proven to improve the look of wrinkles, but Reprint Anti-aging Cream uses plant stem cells. The stem cells of fruits have not been proven to reduce the look of wrinkles in any way.
Green tea contains caffeine, which can reduce the look of puffiness but not the appearance of wrinkles. Peptides have been proven to increase the production of elastin and collagen in the skin but must be present in large numbers. Reprint Anti-aging Cream only contains two peptides, which are not enough to actually reduce the look of wrinkles.
Other ingredients include shea butter, orange fragrance, and water. Reprint Anti-aging Cream does not list all of its ingredients.
Overall Impression of Reprint Anti-aging Cream
With a price well over one hundred dollars consumers would assume that a combination of stem cells and peptides would be the wrinkle-fighting answer. However Reprint Anti-aging Cream lacks all of the needed ingredients to be effective as a wrinkle-reducer. By not including a list of all its ingredients what is actually in this product is questionable. Plant stem cells and too few peptides leave Reprint Anti-aging Cream lacking the ability to do as it advertises.