This an updated wrinkle cream review for summer 2012
We went into a lot of depth of research for this Stem Cell Therapy Cream review because being a relatively new product and having been advertised on TV with some pretty bold claims, we were quite excited about it! Before the age of 30 we have plenty skin stem cells to keep our face young looking. But once we hit 30′ish, our stem cells start to diminish. The idea behind Stem Cell Therapy cream is that it replaces those lost stem cells and therefore makes us look young again. It also claims to increase our own natural collagen production by up to 80%. What are the customer reviews like? Well to be honest, there are really not that many of them, even now as we update this review, eight months after our initial review, there are still very few user testimonials.
- Contains Mitostime which is claimed to reactivate and encourage growth of new stem cells
- Claims to reduce wrinkles by up to 48% within 30 days
- Has been proven to reduce the appearance of scarring, such as acne scarring
- Recommended by dermatologists and cosmetic surgeons
- Comprehensively lab tested
- 30-day no questions asked money back guarantee
Benefits And Results
First thing to say in our Stem Cell Therapy Cream review is that it goes on very smoothly and covers well, not thick or greasy at all. One tub should last a month quite easily. At first we noticed no difference at all, but somewhere between week two and three, things started to happen. For me, the most noticeable difference was on the lines around my mouth and for Lisa, the wrinkles around her eyes. Over the next couple of weeks we had more improvements and started getting quite excited! Our research has told us that we should use this product for two months before making any decisions.
I want to add that Lisa has sensitive skin and this is why she took part in the trial. We had heard that Stem Cell Therapy Cream can cause a rash for users with sensitivity problems. However, this didn’t happen and we’ve since not heard any more reports of the cream causing skin problems. By the end of the two months we were fairly pleased with our results, but not impressed enough to keep on using it.
What do others say? Well as mentioned earlier, not too many people are talking about Stem Cell Therapy Cream. Those that have provided reviews have had mixed results, with only a handful of people saying that it actually worked on their wrinkles. Most say it’s a great moisturizer and some say that it gets rid of redness. One of the most reported benefits is its effect on skin blemishes, such as age spots or acne scars. So if you’re trying to reduce or eliminate blemishes and surface scars, this could be the one to try.
- Inexpensive in comparison to other top wrinkle creams
- All natural with no harmful chemicals
- Great moisturizer
- Helps with skin blemishes such as acne scars
- Is not at all ‘heavy’ or greasy so perfect to wear under makeup
- Takes 2-3 weeks before initial results begin to show
- Customer service is not as good as it might be
We wanted to go into as much depth as possible with our wrinkle cream review of this product because firstly it’s a lot newer to the market place than all the others. Secondly because it’s one of only a small handful of anti-aging creams available that claims to stimulate new growth of our own stem cells. So to conclude, this is an ‘okay’ product at a reasonable price, but it’s not really anything to get excited about! There is one very annoying downside and that’s the customer service. However it IS improving and if you want to ask a question and are having trouble getting through on the phone (some times of the day seem to very busy), you can always send them an email instead.
We rate Stem Cell Therapy Cream fairly low in relation to some of the other products covered in our wrinkle cream reviews. To take advantage of the lowest price, visit Amazon.com here
Please read LifeCell Skin V Stem Cell Therapy Cream to find out which one might be the best choice for you