Every year, people spend billions and billions of dollars on skin-care products that, at best, are total snake-oil. The companies profiting off of these people, often selling untested and unresearched treatments, have no real wish to improve the quality of our skin. As a skeptic, I’ve seen too many of these companies come and go, thieving all the while. And that’s why I can’t help but be totally surprised by LifeCell. A skin-care brand as well-tested as this, honestly, I can’t help but support.
LifeCell, to be frank, is one of the few skin care brands with literal decades of well-conducted research, each painstakingly reviewing the skin-care benefits of its incredibly bombastic ingredients. Anti-oxidants, micro-tech, water-bound agents, and nitric oxide, all ingredients useful for skin care on their own, mind, combine to create a synergistic effect that demolishes aging skin and rejuvenates the body like nothing else.
And not many businesses are willing to give consumers a 30-day trial with a legal guarantee; proffering a 30 day trial with no money down besides shipping and handling is a sign of an elite brand. So, it’s no real surprise that a brand as well-studded as LifeCell would have a 30 day trial, sure, but what does it say that LifeCell encourages its trial-users to post pictures of their face before and after on social media? This, really, is a sure-sign that their product works like none other, and they know it. A product like this, this powerful, this self-sure, is a product you can trust with no qualification.
Recently, there’s been a lot of hub-bub about anti-oxidants in the scientific press. MedlinePlus defines them as a substance that may "prevent or delay some types of cell damage" and notes that they’re found in natural, organic ingredients like fruits and vegetables. Scientists have said, even, that these anti-oxidants are what keep those foods fresh for weeks on end. LifeCell, paying attention to this cutting edge research, is a product packed-full of anti-oxidants and with quite a bit off.
Here’s what makes LifeCell beat out Botox: while each of its ingredients are incredibly, seriously effective on their own, researchers have noted that, when combined, all of these ingredients produce an almost unheard-of synergistic effect. So, not only are the anti-oxidants refreshing your skin, not only is the Yale-researched nitric oxide increasing your blood flow, but the merger of both and the other four ingredients in LifeCell gives an amazing effect greater than any ingredient on its own.
The amount of celebrity support for LifeCell is nothing less than completely stunning. Viola Davis from "How to Get Away with Murder?’’ JK Simmons from Whiplash? My goodness, even James Ramer, Harry Morgan on Dexter. That is not even half of it, there’s Barbara Cocoran from Shark Tank, Zoe Bell from The Hateful Eight, even George Lopez (who need no introduction). The amount of star support for LifeCell really belies its effectiveness.
But, really, what sells LifeCell for me are the testimonials and in this regard, it has quite a few to show for it. And not just empty promises, words that anyone could’ve written. No, LifeCell includes pictures, powerful before and afters of random users who were willing to post their pictures online to show just how effective the product is. The rejuvenation on display is absolutely indisputable, women and men 40 to 50 years old recovering a quality of skin that looks like it belongs to a teenager. These testimonials are entirely insane. And the Facebook testimonials, from arbitrary Toms, Dicks, and Harrys, are similarly promising. A product as well-received as this is, frankly, hard to fault.
In conclusion, LifeCell is a product that can be trusted completely. LifeCell’s trial offer is one that only a few, sincerely worthwhile companies ever engage in, and LifeCell offers it happily. Furthermore, LifeCell’s focus on customer testimonials, undeniable truth in the form of before and after pictures, really belies the product’s usefulness. And the science behind the product isn’t lacking whatsoever; there’s an amazing amount of research behind the ingredients in LifeCell and, surprisingly, while each individual element of the LifeCell blend is effective, the combination of all the ingredients is far more effective than any singular one. So, if you need an anti-aging cream, you need LifeCell. Try it, I promise you won’t regret it.