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So we all want to know - is LifeCell worth the money? Does it provide significant visible improvements to justify the cost? Well, that depends on...
It really depends on your needs, your age(or skin condition), your expectation, and of course budget. And, to make matters more confusing, LifeCell has gotten so many mixed reviews.
Some people loved it and said they noticed results or improvements in skin tone, texture, softness, and a slight lifting effect. But were they paid to write these reviews?
Others said they found it drying and caused their makeup to peel or go on blotchy. And there were those who saw no results at all...
I find this very interesting. How can one product can have such different results?
According to company's website and user testimonies posted on multiple forums, the main benefits of this anti-aging cream include:
Pure vitamin C and CBD Face Cream
If you're looking for better overall skin, personally, I'd use pure vitamin C moisturizer that I mix up fresh at home.
Over time, it can reduce dark spots, discoloration and help build collagen for a smoother, better textured skin. Why use "blurring" ingredients to make pretend your skin is healthy - when you can get the real deal and improve your skin naturally.
That combined with a full spectrum CBD cream that actually bonds to your skin cell receptors and help improve and maintain good over-all skin health.
Look at my results below:
If you're looking for something to reduce the look of lines around the eyes, hands-down, there is nothing better (IMO) than the EES Eye Lift Serum. You can watch how it works on my friend's baggy eye problem here...
I guess the only way to find out is to try it. What I would do is try it and save the receipt. If it doesn't work as expected - send it back in 30 days risk free.
RE: Why do some love it and others don't?
I wonder if it has anything to do with individual skin type. For example: Maybe those with sensitive or dry skin did not benefit from it as much as those with normal to oily skin?
Also, I wondered if those who weren't happy with LifeCell didn't use it according to the directions, which are apparently pretty specific.
For example, the directions state that you must warm it up between your fingers before applying. And, it recommends not use more than a pea size for the whole face. Too much product could explain why some had a peeling effect.
Maybe with this cream like others I've used – more is not better.
A 2.54 ounce bottle costs about $180.00.Ouch! But, since you're only supposed to use a pea size and (according to the company) LifeCell replaces up to 6 facial products (moisturizers, anti-aging cream, lifting serum, dark eye circle eraser, large pore reducer, etc.)
So they say you will save money in the long run. Again, it's up to you to decide if it's worth it. Just know you can return it for a full refund. Make sure keep track of your receipt and the purchase date so you don't go past the 30 day money back guarantee.
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