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Review: LifeCell from South Beach Skincare

LifeCell, relief for aging skin!

LifeCell, relief for aging skin!

This stuff was recommended to me by my friend Muriel, who has been using it for about six months. She is 54, and can’t stop raving about LifeCell. There isn’t enough room here to tell you everything Muriel told me, but here’s a summary of the important parts.

  • It’s an all-in-one treatment. Instead of having to buy and use a whole line of products for different purposes, LifeCell is one single cream that treats all the signs of aging skin: wrinkles, dull lifeless skin, uneven texture, extra dryness, puffy eyes, droopy eyelids, the whole nine yards. (I know that sounds kind of far-fetched, so I’ve listed the active ingredients below and how they do all this.)
  • The cream is light and silky and feels great on the skin. You use it just a you would a regular moisturizer, but you don’t need to use anything else with it and it does all these other great things as well as moisturizing.

  • It works quickly. Muriel saw an improvement in the look of her skin within days, and the wrinkles (let’s face it, the #1 problem for us over-fifties) started to improve noticeably in the first week.

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    OK, that’s why Muriel is a happy woman now that she’s using LifeCell. Now here’s a quick rundown on what’s in it that makes it do all these great things for your skin.

  • Dithiolane-3-Pentanoic Acid (D3PA). This helps skin produce nitric oxide, a gas that dilates the capillaries and gives skin increased brightness. D3PA is a natural compound produced by the body but it decreases with age (like lots of things!) LifeCell replenishes your body’s supply, which in turn gives your skin a healthy glow.
  • Ubiquinone. This is called a super anti-oxidant and the skincare industry (and medical experts) is raving about it. Our skin replaces itself every 21 days before age fifty, but then slows down to about every 45 days. Ubiquinone helps speed up skin regeneration again and gets rid of dead skin faster — which could only be a good thing as far as I’m concerned!
  • Vitamin C with Palmitic Acid. Vitamin C is a well known anti-oxidant, but there are challenges involved in delivering it to effectively treat skin. Palmitic Acid helps it do its job better, fighting free radicals, brightening skin and reducing age spots, and helping skin retain moisture.
  • Deanol. This one sounds to me like the most exciting of all. By producing a substance called acetycholine, it actually firms the muscles under the skin, and you can imagine what that does! Muriel says yes, it really did lift her sagging face!
  • So the science certainly seems to back up Muriel’s experience.

    LifeCell costs more than most drugstore and department store products, but not much more. And when you take into account that there’s only one product to buy, it may be less than many that are less effective. LifeCell costs $189 for what they say is a 40-day supply, but Muriel says hers lasted almost two months. Try it for yourself and find out.

    You can reduce the cost to $149 if you sign up for the Home Delivery Plan. I decided to just order the one bottle for $189 and try it out for the 30 days they give you before they charge your credit card. (I like this.) If it’s half as good as Muriel says it is, then I’ll sign up for the program. Meantime, I can’t wait to get started with LifeCell, and I’ll update this page when I’ve given it a fair trial.

    Here’s how you can get LifeCell

    After you try LifeCell, drop me a line at and ell me about your results. I’ll post your comments on the blog.

    Get Your 30-day Trial of Lifecell Here

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