Wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging skin are natural parts of getting older. In the past, surgery was the only option that people had for getting rid of those problems. Today, there is a product called Lifecell that claims to reduce fine lines, wrinkles, and promote a more youthful appearance. Many A-list celebrities have used this product, and it was featured on MSNBC and CNN. Some people refer to as a facelift in the jar.
Lifecell is an anti-aging treatment that is made up of all-natural ingredients. It has grown rapidly in popularity. Women have been raving about the results that they have supposedly received from this anti-aging treatment. In fact, many people claim that the results that they get from Lifecell are comparable to the results of a traditional facelift. The producers of this product claim that it can help reduce wrinkles in as little as seventeen seconds. Proponents of Lifecell also claim that it will help lift and tighten the skin.
Alexis Swain, who is a celebrity makeup artist, has stated that she has been using Lifecell for four years. She claims that her clients are in love with the product, and she always keeps four tubes in her makeup kits just to make sure that she has enough for everybody. Swain has stated that celebrities are always appearing on television or getting their photos taken by the paparazzi, so it is important for them to look their best. She claims that Lifecell helps her clients look their best.
Some people’s skin ages faster than others, which can cause them to look much older than they really are. Other factors, such as the environment, genetics, diet, and lifestyle can also contribute to the aging process. That is why many people use mini facelifts and serums to help reduce the signs of aging. There is no guarantee that you will get great results by using a certain product. Additionally, your surgeon cannot guarantee that you will be happy with the results that you get from your cosmetic procedure.
Lifecell contains DMAE. DMAE is an organic compound that has been tested by the government. This compound helps increase skin firmness, tone, and hydration. There was one study done where people were asked to use Lifecell for four weeks. Supposedly, the people noticed a dramatic reduction in wrinkles and fine lines in just four weeks. The researchers in the study also claim that the subjects noticed that their skin was smoother and tighter.
Be Wary of Scams
These days, it is very easy to become a victim of a scam. Before you try any new skincare product, it is very important for you to make sure that you do your homework. The goal of every skincare company is to sell as many products as they can so that they can generate as much revenue as possible. They often make outlandish claims just so that they can sell their product. If something sounds too good to be true, then it most likely is. Doing your homework before you buy any skincare product will prevent you from becoming a victim of a scam.
This article discusses yet another skincare line, of the thousands that are out there claiming amazing results with a topical treatment. The bottom line is these topical treatments can definitely improve fine lines and overall color and texture, but they are not going to provide any significant amount of skin tightening or improvement in sagging skin. This is simply a fact, and can really never be achieved. I can see that one day in the future skincare can help prevent the signs of aging, and help prevent skin laxity, but to actually reverse the already existing signs would be virtually impossible through the application of a topical product.
I always recommend that clients do their research prior to undergoing facial plastic surgery, and the same recommendation would certainly apply for skincare products. There is a lot of hype and exaggerated claims out there regarding the efficacy of skincare. Here at Quintessa Medical Spa, we only carry medical-grade skincare with proven technology. We also never over-promise the expected results.