In the field of wrinkle fighting, people will go to any lengths to find a product that helps them eliminate their fine lines and wrinkles. Every year, new ingredients are discovered that show enough potential in the wrinkle fighter department that a batch of products are created based around this “break through” ingredient. Celltone is a product in this vein.
Celltone cream uses Chilean snail secretions as its active ingredient. This particular snail uses these secretions to assist it in repairing not only its shell but its skin as well. Celltone claims that using this unique ingredient, you can rejuvenate your skin, eliminate wrinkles, get rid of acne scars, cover up burns, and much more. Celltone also may act as an exfoliating agent, as various websites claim that it encourages the production of new skin cells while helping to slough off old cells.
Celltone is quite a unique product. We have seen all types of ingredients in wrinkle fighting products but the use of snail secretions is very unique. Celltone also contains allantoin, protein, vitamins, collagen, elastin, and glycolic acid.
Collagen and elastin are commonly found in wrinkle fighting creams as they might help your skin create new cells and encourage the skin to become a little firmer. Glycolic acid is also found in many skin creams, and it helps get rid of dead skin cells and encourage the growth of fresh skin cells. This may make your skin look younger and more radiant.
Celltone doesn’t seem to have an official website that we could find, but third party sites seem to sell this product for around $50 US. You will receive a jar of the cream and a manual of some kind. We assume the manual has a lot of information on the ingredients, as well as directions for use.
- Contains collagen and elastin, which are popular ingredients in many wrinkle fighters.
- Celltone has no official website.
- Celltone doesn’t have free trials or samples available.
- Not all users may be comfortable with using a snail derivative on their skin.
- There is very little information on this product available.
The Bottom Line
Celltone may fall into the “alternative” category when it comes to wrinkle creams. There is a lack of reviews both positive and negative, so it’s hard to get a feel for this product at all. The lack of an official website doesn’t help Celltone either. If you truly like the idea of exotic ingredients such as snail secretions, this might be a product to check out. For most people, however, we recommend sticking to a well-known product that contains numerous wrinkle fighting ingredients working together for maximum effects in the shortest amount of time.