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Cellbone Hyper-Peptides packs an antiaging punch

Is a Solution for:
Sagging Skin
September 13, 2009 Reviewed by Marta 16 Comments
I have finally got around to trying Cellbone Hyper-Peptides ($76) after is was recommended by Anamarie in a comment on our Five Best with Matrixyl post. With its roll call of who's who's in designer peptides, this is one impressive serum and after only a week of using it (on one side of my face while I test Hydropeptide Serum on the other), I can report tighter, firmer and plumper skin. Although it is early days, I think I can already see it having an effect on those stubborn forehead and marionette lines.

Certainly, using Cellbone Hyper-Peptides is an enjoyable experience (especially after my unpleasant one with Neocutis). The yellowish liquid is easily dispensed from the faux medical looking bottle, complete with squeeze dropper, soaks in easily and doesn't leave any sticky residue. And, so far, I've had no adverse reactions.

It isn't surprising that I've noticed a tighter feeling: Cellbone Hyperpeptides has most of the 'Botox in a jar' products known to man. These neuropetides claim to fight against expression lines, preventing future wrinkles by temporarily debilitating the muscle, keeping it from contracting and thereby smoothing lines in the wrinkle prone area. Argireline is well known as the peptide that stops facial muscles from moving and causing expression lines. Although there are studies that show that a 10% concentration over 30 days can reduce the appearance of wrinkles by 30%, some cosmetologists seem to think that Argireline would be most effective at concentrations as high as 25%. I mention this because it is the second ingredient in Cellbone Hyper-Peptides after water. Still, Cellbone seems to be hedging its bets by including SNAP-8, created by Kinerase, is being marketed as the second generation of Argireline, and is said to be 30% more effective. Then there is Syn-ake, supposedly a mimicer of snake venom.

While all these neuropeptides are supposedly stopping the formation of new wrinkles and the deepening of existing ones, Matrixyl 3000 is boosting the formation of new collagen.  Gotu kola (centella asiatica), idebenone and bilberry are providing the antioxidant role. Then there are several alpha hydroxy acids - cane and maple sugars and citrus fruit extracts.

In a way, Cellbone has put together most of the things you would want from a serum that prevents wrinkles and may even repair existing skin damage. But I can't help wondering if all those face freezers are really necessary. I am very interested to see how this performs over the coming weeks. And I will, of course, report back.

Ingredients: Water, Acetyl Hexapeptide-3 (Argireline®), Acetyl Glutamyl Heptapeptide-1 (SNAP-8), Palmitoyl Pentapeptide-3, Tripeptide (SYN®-AKE), Palmitoyl Oligopeptide & Terapeptide-3 (Matrixyl®-3000), Dimethyl Isosorbide, Butyleneglycol, Glycerin, Willow Bark Extract, Bilberry Extract, Sugar Cane Extract, Sugar Maple Extract, Orange Fruit Extract, Lemon Extract, Sodium Lactate, Panthenol, Cucumber Flower Extract, Phenoxyethanol, Sodium Hyaluronate, Centella Asiatica Extract, Idebenone, Alpha Tocopherol, Menthol
  • December 13, 2009

    by Maria

    Thanks Marta!

  • December 13, 2009

    by marta

    Maria, Many of these products are available on Amazon.com or Amazon.co.uk

  • December 13, 2009

    by marta

    Maria, I think you are bit too young for Faitox. Please read our suggested<a href="http://www.truthinaging.com/category/face/face-skin-care-for-30-somethings/page/3" rel="nofollow"> regime for 30-somethings</a> to get some ideas. (http://www.truthinaging.com/category/face/face-skin-care-for-30-somethings/page/3).

  • December 12, 2009

    by Maria

    that sells cellbone products.
    Do you have any suggestion to make?
    I also recently ordered the one-step cream from Nutra-lift and i want to buy the rejuvenating ''A'' serun also as it gets back in stock!
    I am 30 years old with some wrinkles in the forehead and the crow's feet starts to appear..
    Is it ok to use such powerfull products as faitox-25 from this age?
    The only way i will start use it is to prevent more wrinkles to make their appearence in my crow's feet!

  • December 12, 2009

    by Maria

    Hi Marta,
    I live in Greece so i can't have access in many beauty products,the only way to buy them is from Uk sites!
    I recently ordered faitox-25 from http://www.theniftyfacelift.co.uk
    but i can't find any site in uk

  • October 3, 2009

    by marta

    If Faitox works for you stick with it. I definitely prefer Cellbone. But I am sure that everyone reacts a little differently to each product.

  • October 3, 2009

    by Lori

    I was nearly finished with my bottle of Cellbone Hyper Peptides when I read your review of Faitox-25. I was intrigued, so I ordered the Faitox-25, and I am now on my second bottle. To say I am a fan of Faitox-25 is an understatement. Faitox-25 instantly smooths my forehead wrinkles and expressions lines at my eyes. I did not experience the same smoothing effect using CB Hyper Peptides, which is probably due to the higher percentage of Argireline.

  • October 2, 2009

    by KitN

    Susan, I'm a great fan of Faitox-25 myself. I've been using it since reading Marta's intriguing review, and have been very impressed.

    I had no wrinkles to speak of, but am an unconscious lip-purser, and was stunned to see this particularly unlovely trait essentially disappear within a matter of weeks.

    Thus,I second your query enthusiastically: Marta, do you have a call on this one? Cellbone is seductive. Should we heed its siren call?

  • September 15, 2009

    by admin

    Lee here are some <a href="http://www.truthinaging.com/body/five-best-creams-for-neck-and-decollete/" rel="nofollow">neck cream</a> suggestions: http://www.truthinaging.com/body/five-best-creams-for-neck-and-decollete/.
    Re Cellbone versus NutraLift, I would say Cellbone although I really need to give it a bit longer.

  • September 15, 2009

    by LeeBD

    Can you also recommend a good neck cream or serum?

  • September 15, 2009

    by LeeBD

    Marta-
    So far, how would compare CB Hyperpeptide to Nutra Lift rejuvenating serum? Your notes for Nutra lift say it has worked great for sagging skin. Have you found that Cellbone works any better in that area? My main concern is my jawline.

    Thanks

  • September 15, 2009

    by Susan Mortenson

    Do you think this product is superior to Faitox-25? (I learned of Faitox-25 at TIA and have been using it since.)

  • September 13, 2009

    by Kathy

    Do you use the Tazorac at night and this serum in the AM? I had to stop using Tazorac because my skin got too darn dry and peel-y. I switched to Atralin -- a Retin A plus moisturizer formula, and so far no peeling skin. I use it at night and am wondering what the best daytime serum is.
    Any thoughts, anyone?

  • September 13, 2009

    by Tsjmom

    ^^ Yep, Taz = Tazorac.

  • September 13, 2009

    by Stephanie

    Taz as in tazorac?

  • September 13, 2009

    by Tsjmom

    I ordered this last week, along with their c15 serum. My skin looks good but I have very deep 11s and forehead lines. Taz has helped the forehead tremendously but has not been able to budge those darn 11s, so I wanted all those botox in a bottle peptides.

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