Celazome Review


Celazome is a company that produces a line of skincare products. However, in this review we will be taking a closer look at one of the Celazome products that is solely intended for improving the sight of wrinkles. The name of this product is Celazome N°45 Firming Peptide Complex Cream. Based on the information that is available to us, we will try to help the consumer determine whether or not this product can deliver anything it promises.

Product Details

The product, Celazome Nº45 Firming Peptide Complex Cream is said to be an anti-wrinkle agent. Claims have been made that it is a breakthrough product, aiding in wrinkle reduction, makes skin more firm, plump, and lifted, and that it “rescues” aging skin. You may also see minimal results instantly and significant results in as little as 2 weeks. The concentration of the key ingredients is said to be high.

Out of the complete list of ingredients that we found for this Celazome cream on one website, there are 4 of them that are thought to be the key ingredients in this formula. These ingredients include Acetyl Hexapeptide-8, Palmitoyl Oligopeptide, Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-3, and Acetyl Tetrapeptide-9. We will take a closer look at these ingredients to determine their exact functions.

Acetyl Hexapeptide-8 is also known as Argireline. There is proof that was found during clinical trials that suggests that this particular ingredient can over stimulate the facial muscles and relax facial tension in order to improve the look of already existing wrinkles. Palmitoyl Oligopeptide is a tripeptide also known as Matrixyl. The claims are that it can stimulate the production of collagen and elastin, while stimulating the growth of the matrix and connective tissues in the face. Clinical trials have been done, but only in the form of test tube studies. Palmitroyl Tetrapeptide-3 is proven to suppress the body’s production the chemical messengers that trigger inflammation. Inflammation is caused from an injury, and normally only secretes the amount of the chemical needed to protect the body. Unfortunately as the body ages, this system tends to become less effective which can lead to overproduction of the chemical IL6 and decreases the body’s natural healing potential. This process has been linked to serious illnesses including breast cancer, osteoporosis, anemia, auto immunity, and slowing tissue regeneration. Finally, there is the ingredient Acetyl Tetrapeptide-9, also known as Dermican. It has been shown through clinical studies that this ingredient helps the dermis its self by directly counter reacting the aging process. Although, it claims to have been backed by clinical studies, the process of how this ingredient actually works was not found to be thoroughly described by any of our sources.

The Good

  • Contains 4 ingredients that claim to be backed by clinical studies

The Bad

  • Information on ingredients was scattered.
  • No full official ingredient list for Celazome was found.

The Bottom Line

This Celazome product appears as though it may be somewhat effective in reversing the appearance of the aging process. However, not much information was available to thoroughly research the ingredient Acetyl Tetrapeptide-9. Also, with the absence of actual human studies of the ingredient Matrixyl, test tube studies may not be evidence enough to convince some women of its effectiveness. It may also be helpful to potential consumers if the company would place this information on an official website, making information on the ingredients more accessible to the average person.

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