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Nutra-Lift Night Repair Fluid Stem Cell Therapy- reviewed and recommended

April 11, 2011 Reviewed by Impatt 2 Comments
When I received this item, I was quite excited.  Nutra-Lift products have proven to be “go-to” products for many TIA readers over the last few years.  The line rarely features harmful ingredients and most experience results without having to take out a second mortgage.

I have faithfully used the Night Repair Fluid Stem Cell Therapy ($38 in the TIA shop) every night for the last five weeks and I have to say that overall I really like the product.  One pump from the dispenser is all I need to apply to my face and neck. The product consists of a cream-colored serum but does not feel sticky at all.  It soaks into the skin readily and my skin experiences a mild pink reaction like one would expect from a cellular renewal type serum. Malus Domestica Stem Cell Extract (from Switzerland) is the key ingredient and, according to Nutra-Lift, is rich in specific factors relevant to protect and maintain the function of skin stem cells. Further, Nutra-Lift claims that “these stem cells are known to contain metabolites which insure longevity of skin cells for added cellular protection, & complete cellular renewal”.  Now, while human stem cell therapies continue to be the direction touted by medical professionals, the jury seems to still be out as to whether these plant stem cells can combat aging skin (see the TIA article). However, more and more products seem to be adding this component. Additional ingredients include patent pending bio-processed natural L-Carnitine, aloe, sea weed, marine collagen, hyaluronic acid and CoQ10 among others (see full list below).

As for my experience, I do feel that my skin receives a boost in the skin regeneration department with this product.  Along with regular exfoliation, I have been able to keep most hormonal breakouts away and have seen improvements in fine lines and enlarged pores.  I can’t say that my skin has felt moisturized after use (and have seen some occasionally flaky areas in the morning) and have often layered a random moisturizer on top.  One negative is the smell.  Upon dispensing, the product is pleasant but it seems as if as it dries on your face that the fragrance takes a downward turn.  At $38.00 per bottle (which after five weeks is still at least half full), this product is worth a try.  I plan on keep using it and may add it to my arsenal.


Infusion of certified organic aloe, royal jelly, L- carnitine, soy extract, sea weed, xanthum gum, marine collagen, marine elastin, ascorbly palmitate (vitamin c ester), lipidure, hyaluronic acid, oat amino acids, PhytoCellTec(TM) Malus Domestica, white tea extract,lecithin, cetyl phosphate, olive leaf, DMAE,a-Lipoic Acid, natural mixed Tocopherols ( vitamin e) , grape seed, CoQ10, pycogenal, ginger root, bilberry, milk thistle, sage, rose hips, olive leaf, cucumber, carrot ,apple, mulberry, jasmine, lavender, hops,allantoin, retinyl palmitate, l-tyrosine, active copper , zinc sulfate, melon extract.
  • April 11, 2011

    by Marta

    Hi Jaysie, you can read Lisa's profile here:

  • April 11, 2011

    by Jaysie

    Lisa - Would you mind telling us what your age range is? Don't need anything too personal, but if you can fill in the 'x' in 'x-something' it would be helpful. Thanks!

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