ChemLift

Christina Dodd 

 
Question: I am really serious about reducing the look of lines and wrinkles on my face. I have considered going under the knife but am trying to hold off as long as possible. I have heard of a product called ChemLift on the market that claims to be the best, patented way to fight wrinkles and reverse aging skin? Is this product as good as it claims?

ChemLift

Answer: ChemLift is a product manufactured by HMR Corporation and is marketed as an intensive anti-wrinkle cream. The formula is patent pending and the website does not identify who carries or sells their product.

What the ChemLift website claims is that sagging skin is the result of skin cells moving away from one another, causing excess skin that then sags and wrinkles. The manufacturers of ChemLift claim that heir product works by pulling the billions of facial skin cells closer together as it dries, causing the skin to tighten.

These claims seem pretty amazing but the website neglects to give any scientific evidence or list of ingredients. There is a guarantee of product safety and their labs are approved by all the major government regulatory agencies for safety. However, I cannot recommend a product about which I know so little. Although the product is probably safe to try, it is unclear whether you would see results.

If you do shop for an anti-wrinkle product in a health store, pharmacy or on the Internet, you’ll often find hundreds of different brands containing a confusing array of ingredients. You may be tempted to experiment with different products until you find one that works. But this approach may be expensive. More importantly, not all products contain the quality and quantity of necessary ingredients to positively promote long-term improvements on the appearance of wrinkles and an overall healthy complexion. That’s why you’ll need to do a little bit of research to find the best, most potent brand for your needs.

Lee Mann, our respected health and beauty expert, did a fantastic review on wrinkle creams and their actual effectiveness in a recent feature, the results are quite surprising.