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Nutra-Lift Rejuvenating A Nano Renue fails to strike gold

Reviewed by Marta November 29, 2010 9 Comments

Although there are plenty of Nutra-Lift products that I love and can’t get over the great price to quality ratio (the White Chocolate body lotion, or the shampoo), I didn’t strike gold with Nutra-Lift Rejuvenating A Nano Renue ($48).  Don’t get me wrong, there was nothing bad about my experience with it, just nothing especially good. Its effect on my skin was mostly neutral, but also somewhat drying. In fact, I had a similar experience to Barrie, who reviewed Nutra-Lift’s One Stop for us the other day.

As always with a Nutra-Lift product, A Nano Renue is packed with great ingredients and there is nothing not to like.  But after five weeks, I kept looking at my skin on my right side, where I was testing A Nano Renue, and comparing it to the left, where I was using Chella’s Master Protocol.  It isn’t really a fair comparison since the Chella costs nearly $90 more. But my right cheek didn’t care about that, it wanted what the left was getting.

Perhaps A Nano Renue is limited not by its ingredients but by their concentrations. This is pure speculation on my part, but I did notice that the effectiveness of one of the key actives here, golden collagenine, is dose dependent. This is a synthetic peptide that has been attached (or nanoconjugated as the manufacturer of this ingredient puts it) to gold particles.  So these nano gold particles act as the delivery system for a peptide that is supposed to have an impact on collagen production.  At a 0.3% dose, golden collagenine will boost collagen synthesis by over 200% and by over 150% at a 0.15% dose. I don’t know what the concentration used by Nutra Lift is.

I believe that Susan is trying it out and I am looking forward to hearing from her.  She liked it a week in, but that was a month ago. Hopefully, she has struck gold.

Ingredients

Certified Organic Aloe Vera Gel*, Peptide-8 Complex (includes Matrixyl 3000 at 5% (Palmitoyl Oligopeptide, Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide-7 PAL KTTKS). Argireline (Acetyl Hexapeptide 8), Di-Peptide 2, Golden Collagenine, Acetyl Glutamyl Heptapeptide Snap 8, Tripitide, Myristoyl Pentapeptide-8, lactobacillus/algae extract ferment, Cetyl esters, Ascorbyl Palmitate (Vitamin C ester) Tetrahexyldecyl Ascorbate, (Vitamin C ester) sea kelp/algae, liposomes (from lecithin), Hyaluronic Acid, Lipidure, Ceramide-3, Retinyl Palmitate, (vitamin A), Glycosaminoglycans, Carnosine, Grape Seed extract*, Co-Q10, pycogenol*, DMAE Bitartrate, A-Lipoic Acid hydroxyethylcellulose, Marine Collagen, Marine Elastine, Organic royal jelly, Mexican yam, Green Tea*, White Tea*, Milk Thistle*, Hydrolyzed Rice Bran, Pomegranate*, White Cranberry*, Acai Berry, Black Current Seed*, Reishi Mushroom*, Shitake Mushroom*, Licorice, Astaxanthin, Rosemary, Rose Hips*, Oregano*, Sage*, Red Clover*, Tumeric*, Olive Leaf*, Ginger*,Fennel*, niacinamide, Gotu Kola (centella asiatica), Orange rind, Melon rind, l-Tyrosine, Copper Peptide, Zinc Sulfate, Squalene, Colloidal Minerals. *Certified Organic Ingredients

  • January 13, 2011

    by marta

    Yes I did try the original Rejuvenating A. I think I liked it better. It was more of a skin tightener (although a little drying).

  • January 13, 2011

    by Junko

    I for one, appreciate you posting your final thoughts on this product after your month long trial. Did you ever use the sans Nano version (Rejuvenating A)?

  • January 12, 2011

    by Susan

    I like this cream. There's no getting around it. My skin has smoothed out, pores are a bit tighter and overall appearance has improved. I will be reordering it.

  • December 9, 2010

    by marta

    Hi Susan, thanks for including the photo. You really look stunning and its great to put a face to the name. Four years on with stories to tell, you are flourishing.

  • December 8, 2010

    by Susan

    Junko,
    :-) Thanks for the giggle. The photo is four years old. One divorce, heart surgery, and 4 moves in 3 years....I don't have courage for new photos...but enough about me!
    The jury is still out about Renue. I feel I have to use it x2/day before writing it off. I promise I'll report back.
    BTW, I enjoy reading your contributions. This is a wonderful place to visit!

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