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Decollete 3D is a cosmetic cream currently marketed as an anti aging cream. The gel formula is recommended for use on the chest and neck. The product is marketed as an anti-aging agent and it is promoted by the company Jeanne Piaubert. When used daily, the product is said to firm up the skin and diminish wrinkles. Some of the dealers claim that use of Decollete on a regular basis can lead to collagen and elastin synthesis with the end result being skin that appears young, wrinkle free and revitalized. The Decollete 3D product is also recommended for use as a moisturizing agent. The dealers suggest that to see maximal benefit of Decollete 3D one also use the Strategie Jeunesse Firming Throat Gel.
There is no website from the manufacturer for Decollete 3D and all product details are obtained from various dealers. The commonly listed ingredients include Camellia oil, allantoin, vitamins A, E F, extracts of proteins, PEPTILIFT.
The exact ingredients in the protein extracts are not mentioned. Allantoin is added to many cosmetic creams, and it is thought to be a keratolytic agent and may improve smoothness of the skin. So far all of the data reveals that this compound has no anti-aging ingredients per se. Camellia oil is an extract from tea. The oil is clear but does possess a certain aroma. It is widely used in cosmetic formulations as a moisturizer and an anti-aging ingredient. However, to date there is no scientific evidence that this can reverse any signs of aging.
- Can be purchased online.
- There are a few testimonials for Decollete 3D.
- Targets the chest and neck area, which are often neglected in favor of the face.
- Costs nearly $ 150-$ 200.
- No official website.
- No ingredients listed.
- No money back.
- Difficult to know much about the product.
- Lot of claims but very little information.
- No before/after photos.
- No clinical studies.
The Bottom Line
Décolleté 3D turns out to be a bit of a disappointment. Despite an exhaustive search on the Internet, there is very little information about the product. Most of the third-party vendors selling this product make exorbitant claims about what it can do but in all cases the ingredients are not provided. There are no user photos, the product is quite expensive, there is no official website and most dealers do not offer any money back guarantee with Decollete 3D. The few ingredients listed at one website include some vitamins and aromatic oils with allantoin. These ingredients are found in most cosmetic products and have very little to do with reversing aging. The cost of Decollette 3D is also high. While the product may have the ability to reduce wrinkles and lines, it is hard to recommend it. If this product is meant for the North American market, the manufacturers will have to do a lot more than just list the price. For North American consumers, there are many decent anti-aging products available at a much cheaper price and with much better documentation.