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E'shee Multi-Tensor Extreme Face Lift Serum- reviewed and recommended

E'shee Multi-Tensor Extreme Face Lift Serum 0.3 fl oz

Our Rating: 4 stars


Firms, lifts, and contours face with whey protein growth factors


March 5, 2013 Reviewed by Marta 8 Comments
Yet another powerful anti-ager by E'shee

When a reader emailed to ask what I thought of E’shee’s latest serum, the Multi-Tensor Extreme Face Lift Serum ($159/0.34oz in the shop), I almost felt reluctant to try it. I love E’shee’s KI Therapy Serum so much that I am on my third (paid for with my own hard-earned) bottle, and my skin is so compatible with it that it seemed unlikely that E’shee could trump it. It hasn’t, but Multi-Tensor Extreme Face Lift Serum is a perfectly complementary product. Where KI smooths away wrinkles, softens and hydrates, while refreshing the complexion (at least for me), Multi-Tensor lifts and firms.

Multi-Tensor doesn’t firm by making the skin feel tight. After several weeks, my jawline looked more contoured, my cheeks firmer and my forehead actually seemed a little lifted, as well as less noticeably lined. Unlike KI, which suits my skin so much that I don’t need a moisturizer layered over it, I do find Multi-Tensor needs a little hydration support and one of the lightest I have, Arcona’s Desert Mist, is perfect.

One of the key ingredients is whey protein. There is (ahem) way more to this than a shake for body builders. Cow’s milk protein is made up of 80% caseins and the remaining 20% are whey proteins. Whey proteins contain all the essential amino acids and bioactive proteins (specific proteins that have an impact on body functions), including immunoglobulins and growth factors. A growth factor found in abundance in whey protein is TGF-1. This is a “super” protein that controls cell functions such as growth and proliferation. It also regulates cell death. Studies at Cornell, Vanderbilt and Jefferson show that TGF-beta stimulates collagen and elastin production.

There are a bevy of sulfates here, starting with magnesium sulfate, an anti-inflammatory; manganese with antioxidant properties; zinc, an anti-immune booster; and copper. I confess to initially being a bit flummoxed by the use of copper sulfate. Copper is harmless and in peptide form can be a highly beneficial wound healer. The sulfate (a salt) is said to be toxic and irritating to the skin (note, I had no adverse effects when using Multi-Tensor). However, the Linus Pauling Institute says that “copper toxicity is rare in the general population.” I found a study that demonstrated copper sulfate supplements to be antoxidants and research has shown it to be helpful in the production of collagen.

E’shee says that Multi-Tensor will boost hyaluronic acid synthesis by fibroblasts by up to almost 1,900%. That I cannot vouch for, but I do know that continued use does make the skin feel firmer with a reduction in sagging. It is a great addition to E’shee’s already powerful lineup. Now if they could only find a safe alternative preservative to phenoxyethanol, E’shee would make my year.

Ingredients: Water (Aqua), Hyaluronic Acid, Whey Protein (Lactis Proteinum), Glycerin, Phenoxyethanol, Triethanolamine, Magnesium Sulfate, Manganese Sulfate, Copper Sulfate, Zinc Sulfate, Ferric Chloride


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  • August 6, 2013

    by Marta

    (5 out of 5)

    Hi Yolandi
    Usually I steer young people away from heavy hitting anti-agers. This is because the actives - if they are peptides and growth factors - need something to repair, such as a wrinkle. In this case, the actives are mostly minerals and I would think they would be beneficial for you. That and a good night's sleep!

  • August 5, 2013

    by Yolandi


    Is this product also suitable for 26 year olds? My skin has sagged a little due to disturbed sleep patterns. Yes, I know... Need to get enough sleep, too.
    Please advise?

  • March 8, 2013

    by Marta

    Hi Mc, yes I think Multi-Tensor is more firming, but K1 is more for a radiant complexion. At least that's my experience.

  • March 8, 2013

    by mc

    Marta, I'm sold! I just have one question: In your review of the KI serum, you mentioned some firming benefits. Would you say that the firming effects are more pronounced with the Multi-Tensor Serum? Thanks!

  • March 7, 2013

    by Marta

    Hi Lisa. I haven't tried layering them, only rotating them. Layering might be overkill.

  • March 7, 2013

    by Lisa

    Marta, Following on from Jan's question: would layering them be more effective than using them separately and rotate them? Thanks Lis

  • March 7, 2013

    by Marta

    Hi Jan, you certainly could - if funds permit.

  • March 6, 2013

    by Jan

    Marta, would you or could you layer the KI and Extreme Face Lift?

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