Bellaplex Review


Bellaplex is a product created by Urban Nutrition, LLC, which is based in the UK. Like many anti-aging topical creams currently on the market, Bellaplex bills itself as an alternative to Botox. Bellaplex claims to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by as much as 40 percent, increase the body’s the production of collagen, and make your skin more firm and thick. Bellaplex seems to get mostly positive reviews around the Internet because it contains many ingredients that are proven to help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. These are Matrixyl 3000, Argireline, collagen, and hyaluronic acid. These ingredients are all certainly well regarded, but they are also all found in other popular anti-aging products.

There are many wrinkle creams on the market today (even with a troubled economy, the market for anti-aging products continues to grow) but not many have this combination of proven ingredients. The official website is well set up and informative but seems to be lacking instructions on how to use Bellaplex. As it’s a cream, the manufacturers probably assume most people will know what to do with it. However, the questions of how many applications, whether it should be washed off or left to absorb, and when is ideal are all unanswered. Bellaplex is marketed toward both men and women.

Product Details

Bellaplex contains an impressive combination of wrinkle fighters. Matrixyl 3000 is very popular and has been studied in many clinical trials. It has been shown to decrease the density, volume, and depth of wrinkles. This compound licensed to out several wrinkle creams by a third-party European lab. Collagen is a protein that exists in your skin and helps keep everything looking smooth and tight. As we age our collagen levels decrease, leading to droopy skin and wrinkles. Argeriline is a proven wrinkle fighter that can give you results in about two weeks and is very popular in wrinkle creams. The last top ingredient is hyaluronic acid which helps hydrate the skin and keep it smooth.

One would think that this combination would work well because it includes many of the top wrinkle fighting ingredients, all working together in one product. Of course there are other ingredients in Bellaplex but unfortunately they are not listed on the website.

The Good

  • Contains Matrixyl 3000 and other known wrinkle fighters.
  • 30 day money back guarantee.
  • Mostly positive testimonials.


The Bad

  • Only comes in one size.
  • No list of ingredients posted on the Bellaplex website
  • Not sold in stores. You have to order it online.
  • You can’t find other products by the manufacturer on the Bellaplex website.

The Bottom Line

Bellaplex contains many ingredients that people seek out when looking for a good wrinkle cream. The lack of a full ingredient list may cause problems for people who are sensitive or allergic to various compounds used in cosmetics. Bellaplex bills itself as an alternative to Botox but there are many other creams out there that say the same thing. The 30 day money back guarantee is nice but we still have a few questions about this product.


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