Lierac Coherence Review


Lierac is self-proclaimed by its creator to be a skin elasticity specialist. Lierac has produced a very large variety of skin care products that are aimed toward aging women, and the Lierac Coherence product is one of these. It was created by a French dermatologist that focuses on different types of wrinkles that may be found all over the body, including stretch marks. These products are mainly based on a formulated combination of plant extracts. In this review we will take a closer look at some of these ingredients to try and determine whether or not this may prove to be an effective product.

Product Details

It is said that Lierac Coherence contains certain types of plant extracts that may be proven to help reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles. Some of these ingredients may include Wheat Germ Extract is said to moisturize and protect; Lecithin is included in this product to aid skin regeneration; Cholesterol is thought to protect the skin; Tocopherol (Vitamin E), which is thought to shield skin from harmful sun rays and has also been proven to be a useful antioxidant; Linoleic Acid, a fatty acid that is thought to be able to add moisture; Dipalmitoyl Hydroxyproline is a botanically-derived amino acid that may stimulate the contraction of collagen fibers; Glyceryl Stearate SE, Laureth 7, and C13-14 Isoparaffin to moisturize; as well as other ingredients that are clearly listed on the product’s website.

The Good

  • Prices for Lierac Coherence do not appear to be as high as some of the other products that are out there.
  • Contains Amino Acids and Peptides
  • Contains other useful ingredients

The Bad

  • No free trials or samples of Lierac Coherence appear to be offered at this time.
  • It is recommended that this product be used in a regimen along with other similar products.
  • Products seem pretty expensive.
  • Does not contain peptides.

The Bottom Line

While no clinical trials were found to be done on Lierac Coherence at this time, it appears as though it may have an effect on wrinkles and fine lines due to the appearance of peptides. Certain types of peptides have been proven to have extremely beneficial effects when it comes to reducing those signs of aging. In fact, the use of certain peptides have actually been patented. However, it does not appear as though this particular product contains the patented combination of these clinically proven Amino Acids. Lierac Coherence also doesn’t appear to include any of the other patented and scientifically proven ingredients that are out there on the market today. We also believe that a good effective product should be able to stand alone and not have to be used in conjunction with other products. When having to combine 2 or more products to obtain the desired effects it can prove to be quite expensive. Basically, although this may prove to be an effective product somewhere along the line, but as of right now it lacks scientific evidence. It may be good idea for the developer to try and help this product to stand out and be effective on its own rather than to have it be helped along by other products.

1 thought on “Lierac Coherence Review”

  1. I am looking for a product that doesn’t cost an arm and a leg for upper lip wrinkles. Prevention Magazine suggested Lierac Coherence Lips Replumping Cream @ $24. Would this be your recommendation?

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