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Cellvia is an age-reducing eye cream that claims to take 15 years off of the appearance of your skin with just 4 weeks of regular application. The cream targets wrinkled and saggy skin around the eyes. It’s formula is marketed as “100% all-natural,” a safer alternative to Botox.
The manufacturer of Cellvia offers a free trial of their product, with a money-back guarantee. However, the fine details of this free trial (including the price of the product, should you fail to send it back within the allotted trial period) are un-forthcoming. The product is also available on Amazon for $20.
Information about the manufacturer of Cellvia is difficult to pin down. Multiple websites (cellvia.org, cellvia.net, cellviaeyegel.com) pose as the main supplier, and all of them look sketchy, with unrealistic “simulated imagery” of the results of using Cellvia, broken social media links, and statements like “you might not even recognize yourself in the mirror the next day.” Ads for Cellvia frequently re-direct to other products.
The process by which Cellvia claims to smooth wrinkles and erase dark circles under the eyes is not well explained. The manufacturer does state that the product contains antioxidants, which are known to neutralize the free radicals that cause damaging mutations in cells, mutations that might break down the skin’s structural support system or lead to discoloration. The manufacturer also states that the product hydrates and boosts levels of collagen, the material that makes up your skin’s structural support.
Twice daily application of the cream to the skin around the eyes is recommended for best results.
Cellvia lists 3 active ingredients in its formula
Rosemary extract is an herb-derived product that neutralizes free radicals to prevent skin damage and improve skin tone. Rosemary is alsoa good source of iron, calcium and vitamin B6, all of which support healthy collagen levels.
Phytosphingosine is a lipid that is naturally found in the outer layers of the skin. Phytosphingosine promotes water retention, to give the skin a firm, plump look.
Mint balm extract is an herb-derived product. Mint balm’s slightacidity reduces inflammation and helps your skin shed dead cells and debris. As a bonus, mint has a fragrant aroma that many people find refreshing and stimulating.
- Ingredients are natural and are well-established in the cosmetic industry
- Free trial gives you the chance to decide for yourself if the product is
- It’s probably a scam.
Although multiple cosmetic review websites have given Cellvia rave reviews, credible customer reviews of Cellvia are difficult to come by. The product is sold on Amazon and has generated two 5-star reviews. One is “great stuff.” The other is “great.”