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L’celle Skin Moisturizer is an anti-aging cream that tackles one of the major culprits behind visible aging: the decline in the skin’s ability to retain moisture. L’celle restores water to the skin and strengthens the barriers that help the skin retain water, giving rise to fuller, brighter skin.
A free trial is available for L’celle Skin Moisturizer. Buyers should be aware that this free trial come with an auto-subscription service; if the product is not returned within 14 days, customers will begin being charged a high monthly cost.
Multiple webpages pose as the main supplier of L’celle Skin Moisturizer (see lcelleskincare.com, lcelleskincare.net). None of these pages refer to the actual manufacturer of the moisturizer, so it is impossible to judge the product based on its manufacturer’s reputation, history, and credentials.
The distributors of L’celle make the product highly suspicious. On top of using a common scam ploy (the “free trial” that entangles customers in a difficult to escape auto-subscription service) to market their product to customers, they are clearly using a template webpage that is almost identical to webpages used to market similar dubious products. Even the before and after pictures are the same.
Loss of water in the skin is a natural part of the aging process. The skin’s external barriers weaken as a person ages, allowing water to escape more rapidly than it is absorbed into the skin. As a result, the skin caves in on itself into sags and wrinkles. Water-deprived cells can also cause a dull complexion with discolorations.
L’celle Skin Moisturizer contains molecules that penetrate the skin’s surface layers and absorb rapidly into the dermis, where they can be more effective. The moisturizer contains vitamins and minerals to help rebuild the skin’s external barriers and wheat protein that helps the skin absorb water from the air.
L’celle’s website doesn’t give a full list of product ingredients. Instead, it mentions a few generic ingredients throughout the description of the cream’s working process. These are vitamins (unspecified), minerals (also unspecified), and wheat protein.
- A free trial is available for customers to try L’celle Skin Moisturizer.
- The moisturizer absorbs rapidly into the skin for deep action.
- The cream’s marketing campaign is highly suspicious.
The product’ marketing campaign links it closely to a number of scam products. Be cautious about giving your credit card information to anyone who is selling L’celle Skin Moisturizer.