Nutra-Lift operates under Younger You Inc. In 2006, the brand celebrated it's ten year anniversary and currently produces over 90 skin care products worldwide. Nutra-Lift prides itself on cruelty free, high potency, non-comedegenic products made of natural and organic ingredients; in 2010, it took top honors for the Best of Hollywood (perhaps key to note: Hollywood, FL, not CA) in the department of Natural & Organic Skin Care for the second year in a row.

The Good:

A four week study conducted by Dr. Peter T. Pugliese (on the brand's website) showed a 93 percent improvement in skin softness and smoothness with Nutra-Lift One Step Anti-Aging Therapy. There is also a multitude of great ingredients spread across their offerings such as:

The rejuvenating A serum is packed with powerful ingredients such as matrixyl 3000 (at an impressive 5%), vitamin C, liposomes, grape seed and copper peptides.

The shampoo and conditioner have plenty of antioxidants: four types of seaweed and astaxanthin in the shampoo and Co Q10, in the conditioner.

The Nutra-Lift lash renue consists of myristoyl pentapeptide, pumpkin seed and vitamin B, which are all associated with hair growth.

The Bad:

Readers have complained about not so great customer service (long waits for orders and vague item descriptions) but the product as a whole seems to outweigh the service issues.

TIA’s Take:

Marta has been consistently impressed with Nutra-Lift products, from the hyaluronic-acid-filled daily moisture conditioner to the 89% organic foundation to the lash stimulating lash renue and maximum C ultra serum. Emily sent in a post saying that in her experience, this brand is going from good to terrific. And that's not all: the Nutra-Lift range of products have been TIA best-sellers at our shop. There have been some reader accounts of untimely shipping and Marta wasn't completely satisfied with a vague description of what the brand calls 'antioxidant complex 14', but given the high potency and quantity of other quality ingredients, we have no reason to disapprove of the brand. We can even venture to say that we like it! Even if the packaging will never win any design awards.