LifeCell is a brand new all-in-one anti-aging treatment made by South Beach Skincare. They claim LifeCell can perform the functions of over four different traditional skin care products including a primer, eye cream and antioxidant cream. In addition to reducing age-spots and wrinkles, LifeCell lifts, firms, brightens, and protects the skin. It is a 24-hour moisturizer and helps stimulate collagen production. But it doesn’t end there…LifeCell can be worn under makeup, and doubles as an eye cream since the company states it can reduce dark eye circles and puffiness under the eyes. It even claims to help plump up the lips!
This sounds like one of those “too good to be true” skin care products. However, I read a lot of extremely positive product reviews online from many different customers. There are even some wrinkle cream review websites that claim this is the best product they’ve ever tried.
South Beach Skincare claims their product is so effective because of the expensive high quality ingredients used in it. The main performing ingredients include: Dithiolane-3-Pentanoic Acid (D3PA), Idebenone, Ascorbyl Palmitate, Dimethylethanolamine (deanol), Silicon Dioxide, and Acetyl Hexapeptide-3.
Due to the cost of the ingredients, LifeCell is pretty expensive at $189 a bottle. One bottle lasts for around 60 days. However, if it can really replace 3-4 different skin care products and is as effective as it claims to be, then the cost is justifiable. Currently South Beach Skincare is offering a 30 daytrial of LifeCell, you just have to pay the shipping and handling cost of $1.25.
If for whatever reason you didn’t like LifeCell, you can simply return the product back to the company within 30 days and you will never be charged for it. In addition, the company also has a 120-day money back guarantee. So even if you are unsatisfied with the product after the 30 day period, you can still return the product and get a full refund up to 120 days after ordering LifeCell.
Many of the ingredients in LifeCell are power anti-oxidants. Here is a description of the different active ingredients used in LifeCell:
Dithiolane-3-Pentanoic Acid (D3PA) is a natural compound that is produced in our bodies. It helps our skin produce Nitric Oxide which increases healthy blood circulation and helps easily repair capillaries. As a result, more nutrients reach malnourished skin, reducing puffiness around the eyes and nose. D3PA is also a powerful anti-oxidant that protects the skin from free radical damage.
Idebenon is another power anti-oxidant. LifeCell claims their product uses much more Idebenon, (a costly ingredient) in their product than those from other skin care companies. Idebenone has been shown to not just prevent free radical damage but also help reverse damage caused by them too. Lastly, Idebenone is believed to help the skin produce collagen.
Ascorbyl Palmitate is an ester that is similar to Vitamin C. It is fat-soluble and is absorbed into the skin much quicker and easier than Vitamin C.
Dimethylethanolamine (deanol) helps the body produce acetycholine. Acetycholine causes the skin to firm and the muscles underneath to tone-up. The deanol in LifeCell aids in firming and lifting the skin, and also helps plump up the lips.
Acetyl Hexapeptide-3 is a peptide that blocks nerve signals which control the contraction of facial muscles. This produces a reduction in the appearance of both the depth and size of fine lines and wrinkles. Acetyl Hexapeptide-3 is used in many Botox alternative products.
Silicon Dioxide helps temporarily conceal wrinkles in minutes. Silicon dioxide or “Silica” is tiny microscopic mirrors. When applied to the face, it fills in wrinkles and reflects light from within the wrinkle’s shadow. As a result, it diminishes the appearance of wrinkles to the human eye.
The ingredients used in LifeCell are certainly of very high quality. The company even claims that the ingredients used in the product will still continue to work after washing your face. Of course, just like any skin product, it may not necessarily work for everyone, since everyone’s skin isn’t the same. The only real way to know for certain is to actually try the product. That’s where the trial offers comes in handy.