Top wrinkle cream reviews

Hi Melinda, it’s tough to find completely organic products, but Nourish Organics is a great line if you want to be 100% USDA Organic. They use a lot of argan oil, apricot extract etc. My top cream, Lifecell, while it’s not “organic” it doesn’t use any harsh chemicals, parabens or pthalates (no fragrance). Here is a a picture of Lifecell’s ingredients. I’ve done individual searches of every ingredient within and none of them are toxic or harmful and they do not test on animals – 100% cruelty free. Same goes for Kollagen Intensiv, my #2 cream, here is Kollagen Intensiv’s ingredients. Most of the ingredients in both are plant derived. I consider them both very safe and effective. For me personally, I have no problem with ingredients reproduced in a lab (even if I can’t pronounce them), if I look them up and do research and see where they are on the scale of being safe. 😉 And I feel they work better than some of the 100% organic products, although I do love Argan Oil for the body and hair.


Not so much for my face unless I’m feeling really dry. Hope that helps. Rachel~WomensBlogTalk.com

I’m turning 60 next month August. Having watched the LifeCell infomercials for almost a year, I finally ordered LifeCell about 4 months ago. I decided to try out the free trial and was very pleased with the results. I agree with you when you say the product DOES WORK. I mainly notice the difference on my face, but I feel my neck needed a bit more attention. I’m ‘starting’ to get under my chin the turkey gobbler, sagging, lines and wrinkles. While researching LifeCell I also watched infomercials for Dr. Perricone’s products. Recently I ordered the Dr. Perricone introductory Basic Kit which included: Cold Plasma Sub-D and High Potency Amine Face Lift. As a bonus they also sent me their Blue Plasma and Blue Plasma Orbital. The Cold Plasma Sub-D swears to tighten sagging under the neck, chin and décolletage area. My question is: Can I use the Dr. Perricone products with the LifeCell All In One Anti-Aging Treatment? Will one’s ingredient affect or dilute the other’s benefits? or do they work well together? Thank you Rachel.

Hi Tamanna! I’m so sorry for the delay in writing back to you, I’ve had some server issues the past 24 hours but all is resolved! Well, having used my top 3 products for the better part of the past four years, for your skin being normal to dry, I feel that Kollagen Intensiv would be best for you as it’s a bit more moisturizing than Lifecell or Dermology. It’s a collagen booster, it feels wonderful going on, silky smooth but not greasy, and you can use it underneath your eyes (not on eyelids though). Also use it on your neck and chest. The neck skin is the thinnest skin on the body (aside from you eyelids) and will start showing your age once you hit 40 (like me eeeek!). Kollagen Intensiv is also the most reasonably priced and it comes in a 2 oz tub so it’s a good quantity. It’s sold outright and not on a free trial by the way, and they have a 90 day money back guarantee. Use it morning and night after your cleanser, toner and serum if you use one. It’s a wonderful product and made a real difference in my skin. If you need any thoughts on combining a toner for anti-aging, I’ve paired the Skinception AHA Toner with the Kollagen Intensiv for noticeable results. They are both collagen boosters and they make a real difference in the tone, texture and elasticity of your skin. Let me know if you have any questions. Thanks so much for your inquiry!

Hi Ellen, thanks for your questions, all good ones! Lifecell certainly works immediately to diminish wrinkles, and it works long term to reverse the signs of aging. There is no cream that will make your wrinkles disappear completely, but Lifecell can reduce the depth of the wrinkles over time. Lifecell is offered as a 30 day free trial and then you will be charged for the full purchase which is $189. It is pricey, but there’s nothing quite like it! It’s very effective at smoothing out eye wrinkles as well and can be used on the eyelids. South Beach Skin Care is the manufacturer of Lifecell and they’ve been in business for a long time and they have a 60 day money back guarantee so if you’re unsatisfied you can send it back with no issues, and no, I’m not an investor in Lifecell. I do have a few reviews for Dr. Perricone, one is the Chia Serum if you’d like to read it; it is recommended for very dry skin. Kollagen Intensiv is a very solid second choice if you’d like to compare with the Lifecell. Please let me know if you have any more questions. 🙂

Im Lara and my age is 26. Im From India. I have an unclear face with deep dark circles under my eye and upper of my eyelid area and seems wrinkles too. When i see myself in the mirror, i can see like I’m wearing a glass…. i mean: people can notice my dark circle easily from far and when people meet me or comes closer to me, they asks me that either i am sick or didn’t have enough sleep or they feels like I’m facing a big problem so that i looks sick. But the fact is none of these all. I sleep enough but also i have these dark circle under eyes which are visibly noticeable. This is the biggest problem for me and am facing it for several years and i just do not feels good about this. Moeover i have hyper pigmentation around my face (or what does it called: dark and brown spots to my whole face and scene scars too. My face isn’t so smooth. I want my face quality smooth, hyper pigmentation free and under dark circle and wrinkle free around my eyes. I can even notice that under my eyes there is dark circle and moreover that part goes slightly down so i do not feel my under eye area is in same label to my cheek like other people have. If i apply the foundation around it, it looks even darker than i hope…… My skin is mixed kind of skin. Dry in winter and oily in summer. So In this condition can you give the best advice for me to solve my entire problem ……?!!! at least my dark circle around my eye area??!!! PleasE!!!

After surfing net to find the solutions of my face…. i end up with this page and read all the articles over here. I heard about Life cell and collagen ….. I want to know about this. Can i use life cell and collagen together??!!! can you suggest me here ways how to apply life cell ?! can i put on foundation or make up after i apply the life cell???!! can i put life cell and if needed collegene to moisturize a bit more if i needed ..??!!!

Thanks for the message, and I’m happy to hear someone recommended my site to you! Lifecell and Kollagen Intensiv are my two favorite products, but depending upon what your concerns are with your skin, and what you can afford, I’ll explain why I like each and why. Lifecell is an awesome product, it lightens dark pigmentation spots, fills and decreases fine lines and wrinkles, and goes on lightweight and is not greasy or heavy at all. I use this product on a daily basis morning and night and have for about 6 months now.

It has made a noticeable improvement in my skin tone, fine lines and hyper-pigmentation along my jawline. It is more pricey than Kollagen Intensive but well worth the price. If your main concern is more of a need for moisture, and price is an issue, then Kollagen Intensiv is a great second choice. It’s lightweight, non greasy, and works to moisturize your skin by boosting collagen. It instantly moisturizes and reduces fine lines and wrinkles and make up smooths over it nicely.

Sometimes I alternate between the two products but I mostly use Lifecell. Nue Science wasn’t a bad product, I liked the serum and I liked the fact that the moisturizer had a 30 spf (Lifecell and Kollagen do not have an spf) but I didn’t like using it on a daily basis or at night with an spf (why use spf when you’re sleeping? why add chemicals to your face at night?). I didn’t like the feel of the Nue Science moisturizer as much either, it just wasn’t as smooth. I recommend Lifecell and Kollagen Intensive as my #1 and #2 choices. Hope this helps, and feel free to ask any more questions you have.

Thank you for your message. I’m not familiar with Atzen but it sounds like it’s no longer working for you from what you’ve explained. For me, Lifecell has significantly reduced the hyper pigmentation along my jawline more than any other product and works great to smooth out fine lines and wrinkles, especially around my eyes and forehead. I also have to be very careful with sun, as I live in Florida and I’m in the sun every weekend. I use a 50 spf creamy foundation when I go out in the sun (I play volleyball so I need something that will stick to my face and last for hours). I will send you the name of it when I get home, I am traveling right now. I think you will like the Lifecell and after a month you will really notice a difference. It smooths out all my wrinkles and feels very nice on my face. It’s moisturizing but it’s not oily at all. I use it in the morning and at night before I go to bed.

I am in the process of trying to find a variety of toners to try and do reviews on. I am currently still using my NueScience toner since I had some left on the free trial and it works nicely and is not drying. As far as facial cleaners, I’m still trying to find one I love. Currently I’m using DDF 5% glycolic face wash, which can help with exfoliation and help with the pigmentation, but it is too drying for my face.