What You Should Know
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Lucerne Serum Wrinkle Erase is a peptide-rich organic serum, infused with natural plant extracts as a supposed way to eliminate wrinkles and fine lines, and according to its manufacturer, this serum will produce results within 2 weeks. The extracts are said to penetrate the skin and promote collagen production in skin cells, while other ingredients help prevent the onset of newer wrinkles. It says it is intended to “relax” facial muscles in the skin, which is strikingly similar to another popular anti-wrinkle agent, Botox. Although you won’t find this typically in stores, many online retailers sell the serum for around $135.00. This is definitely not a cheap product, and may cause consumers to look for a cheaper and more accessible product.
The popularity of Botox-mimicking serums is on the rise, but as of yet, no serums have yielded any of these benefits. It is very questionable Lucerne Serum Wrinkle Erase can provide the same benefits only using natural plant extracts, but perhaps it could. Let’s take a closer look.
The official Lucerne Serumm Wrinkle Erase blog only hints at its ingredients, which include Hibiscus Seeds, Organic Plantago Extract, and Hyaluronic Acid. The most effective ingredient out of the three is Hyaluronic Acid, a naturally occurring chemical that heals skin tissue safely. It was recently approved as a viable anti-wrinkle agent, and is now used in Botox-like injections to lessen the appearance of wrinkles. Although its effects when included in topical creams are still being tested, these are definite signs of an effective ingredient. You won’t find the same results concerning Lucerne Serum Wrinkle Erase’s other ingredients, however. Hibiscus seeds have some antioxidant benefits, but are not directly connected with any skin-related benefits. Lucerne seems to be on to something, though, and consumers may experience a lessened appearance in the depth of wrinkle tissue.
- Contains an important anti-wrinkle agent, Hyaluronic Acid.
- Contains scientifically backed ingredients which may prevent the appearance of wrinkles.
- Only lists a few key ingredients; Lucerne may be concealing something from the public.
- Is very expensive. Other similar creams sell for half its price.
- Only available online through various stores.
The Bottom Line
The search for Botox alternatives is constantly on the rise, and Lucerne Serum Wrinkle Erase claims to be that alternative. It does contain one key ingredient which is shown to prevent the onset of wrinkles, but depending on this alone may spell disaster – especially if it is not used in appropriate amounts. They also hesitate to provide a complete ingredient list, so it is not certain how effective all of their ingredient are when combined. Proceed with caution, especially if you have any allergy concerns. Still, this is certainly not a bad product, and might be worth a second look.