Cellex C Serum For Sensitive Skin Review

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There’s an extensive line of anti aging products available from Cellex-C, all of which use their patented vitamin C blend. Ascorbic acid is the purest form of this vitamin and is used as the act ingredient in this line of skin care products. It’s an effective anti aging ingredient, but people with sensitive skin may experience irritation from it. The company also products the line of Cellex-C Serum for Sensitive Skin products, which is billed as gentler for people with skin sensitivities, but still containing all the best ingredients from the company’s High Potency Serum. These serums state that they’ll reduce the signs of aging, including skin sagging, age spots, fine lines and wrinkles, while improving resiliency and elasticity.

Products from Cellex-C aren’t sold through the company’s website directly, but marketed through their preferred distributor. This distributor is Glo Skin Care, and they offer a thirty day money back guarantee on any purchase. Other retailers may also carry Cellex-C products from time to time. Unfortunately, customer testimonials or other evidence of the quality of these products don’t seem to be available. They are also relatively expensive. A one ounce bottle of the sensitive skin formula of Cellex-C Serum costs around a hundred dollars.

Product Details

Ingredients found in Cellex-C’s Serum for Sensitive Skin include acetyle tyrosine, ascorbic acid, sodium hyaluronate, zinc sulphate and extract of pine bark. The company’s patented vitamin C complex uses the tyrosine, zinc, and ascorbic acid to stabilize vitamin C, which is said to preserve its effectiveness for topical use. Sodium hyaluronate is an ingredient commonly used in anti aging products from many companies due to its ability to hydrate the skin effectively and smooth some fine lines from its surface. However, this substance may be more effective when it’s used with other well proven ingredients for working against wrinkles, including matrixyl and argireline.

Vitamin C has the ability to stimulate the skin’s collagen production. However, some evidence suggests that a number of other ingredients are more effective at this. Matrixyl is known to stimulate the production of collagen as well, and this particular peptide has been shown to be one of the most potent ingredients used in products made to address aging. Many formulas also include collagen itself in their ingredients to improve their benefits. While vitamin C is an excellent protective ingredient that helps ward off further aging effects, it might not be the right choice to combat already existing signs of aging.

The Good

  • Cellex-C Serum for Sensitive Skin contains a hydrating ingredient – sodium hyaluronate.
  • The primary retailer of this product offers money back guarantees on sales.

The Bad

  • The formula foes not include other ingredients which have been proven to work against aging.
  • This product is extremely costly.
  • A number of other products with extremely similar formulas are offered by Cellex-C, so it’s hard to pick the right one.

The Bottom Line

Anyone with sensitive skin who is interested in warding off the effects of time may be interested in Cellex-C Serum for Sensitive Skin. However, the high price tag and small number of proven ingredients mean that those looking for a formula to treat existing wrinkles should check elsewhere.


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