Lifecell Review - Information On Lifecell Products

by ron king - Date: 2007-10-24 - Word Count: 535 Share This!

A new skin care product making some powerful claims has recently been introduced to the cosmetic market. South Beach Skincare offers LifeCell Skin Cream, and has had a hard time keeping up with the demand for this item, in spite its premium price. In this LifeCell review, we'll focus on the anti-wrinkle promises.

LifeCell Skin Cream is a new cosmetic product sold by South Beach SkinCare. They are making some very powerful claims about this pricey new entrant into a highly competitive arena, but the public seems to be sold, literally, as the company has had a hard time keeping up with the demand. We'll focus on the anti-wrinkle promises of this skin cream in Part 1 of our LifeCell Review.

Among its claims, LifeCell Skin Cream professes it can address wrinkles by:

* Rendering wrinkles instantly invisible

* Replacing the necessity for botox injections

* unnecessary production of collagen

* Plumping lips

Can a skin cream, even an expensive one, really help you say good-bye to unsightly lines and wrinkles?

Believe it or not, the human eye cannot see the actual wrinkle. What the eye sees is in truth the shadow made by the wrinkle. LifeCell Skin Cream counters this with billions of three-dimensional nanoprisms called "fractionated silicon dioxide". Since all those billions of microscopic 3D nanoprisms refract light, shadows can indeed be greatly reduced. The silicon dioxide is invisible, but it adheres to the face until removed by washing. We do note that the effect works for shallow lines and wrinkles only.

For added considerable reduction in the appearance of wrinkles, LifeCell Skin Cream relies on Acetyl Hexapeptide-3 (AH3) to do the job, and its job is to act as a natural botox, without the needle. AH3 is indeed an active isolate that goes to work nearly instantly when applied to the skin, and is supposed to work by relaxing facial muscles. Botox does the same thing, but in a much more invasive mode. Botox is in reality a toxin that is injected, resulting in paralysis of facial muscles. The end result does diminish the appearance of wrinkles, but is temporary and injections will have to be repeated as needed to maintain the look. According to researchers, anecdotal data suggests that AH3 has a analogous mechanism of action as Botox; however, the AH3 in LifeCell Skin Cream does not involve toxins, paralysis, or side effects caused by leaked serum, all of which are connected with botox injections.

Collagen is manufactured by the body, but lower production in later years contributes to lines, wrinkles, and unsightly "crow's feet". The producers of LifeCell Skin Cream have designed the cosmetic to help stimulate natural production of collagen. Wrinkles appear pushed up and out as though plumped from within, allowing those wrinkles to look smoothened out and lifted away.

This also means that lips will appear fuller; fine lines around the mouth look smoothened and lip "bleed" is stopped. Again, some women resort to injections to increase the collagen in the lips to get that "pouty", provocative appearance. With increased production of natural collagen, these costly injections become unnecessary.

Our LifeCell Review does find foundation for the skin cream's anti-wrinkle claims. LifeCell Skin Cream makes many more promises as well, which we will discuss in subsequent reports.

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For a free report, see LifeCell Review. See more info at LifeCell Skin Cream. Ron King is a web developer; visit his website Antiaging Skin Cream.Copyright 2007 Ron King. This article may be reprinted if the resource box is left intact and the links live.

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