A hybrid product, LiftFusion is an apparent alternative to botox. Whereas Botox is an immediate fix however, LiftFusion can take “up to 30 days to show results.”
Awarded with the Good Housekeeping Seal of Approval, LiftFusion seems to be popular among users. However, being approved by a popular magazine does not guarantee that LiftFusion is approved by the FDA, or proven to work.
And LiftFusion’s “fair press,” can only be found on the the manufacturer’s official website!
How do you know if LiftFusion really lifts and firms the skin “from a bottle” and the comfort of your own bathroom?
The ingredients will reveal all.
Liftfusion offers several products in their line. A couple of prominent ingredients are:
GABA–when used topically, may be able to relax the muscles and nerves in your face. It can’t be classified as “Botox in a jar” because it simply isn’t as effective as Botox, but GABA may minimize the look of your fine lines and wrinkles temporarily (for about 10 hours.)
Palmitoyl Oligopeptide and Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide–peptides have been proven really effective in eliminating the appearance of wrinkles.
Liftfusion Pricing and Consumer Comments
Liftfusion product line includes serums and an eye lift. You will pay from $89-$140 dollars depending upon the product.
Consumer comments vary from “my 60 year-old grandmother swears by these products” to “I used it on half my face so I could tell a difference and swear the Liftfusion half looked worse!”
Overall Impression of LiftFusion:
LiftFusion does contain peptides. But it is extremely expensive and offers only a temporary solution to sagging skin.
Also, Liftfusion is not backed by a money back guarantee. If you purchase Liftfusion, you’re stuck with it.
We prefer top products that include a full refund so if you try it and dislike it–or have a negative reaction to the ingredients–you’re not out of pocket.
Check out our best skin care preferences here.