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Reader review: Reluma Skin Illuminating Anti-aging Serum

Our Rating: 0 stars

Pros

Plumped skin for a younger looking appearance

Cons

Some user's have noted a tacky texture, high price
November 21, 2008 Reviewed by TIA Community Member 4 Comments
A great serum that delivers results to make it worth the cost

Posted by Chris

I’m willing to try anything for the sake of a smooth, clear complexion – even human fibroblast conditioned media (sounds much better than “human baby foreskins”, doesn’t it?). And, odd as the product may sound, ReLuma Skin Illuminating Anti-aging Serum($145 in the shop) really delivers.

The pink serum is packaged in an airtight pump container. I would suggest cupping your hand as you’re dispensing the serum into your palm, as it comes out rather quickly and forcefully. For the price, you don’t want to lose a drop!

The serum spreads smoothly, and I didn’t notice the tackiness that other reviewers mentioned. And although my skin is fairly sensitive to a range of chemicals, I had absolutely no adverse reaction, no stinging or burning, etc. I concentrated the serum on some lines on my forehead that I would be very happy to be rid of. I let it dry for a few minutes and then proceeded with the rest of my skincare regimen.

The most noticeable improvement to my skin was the increased plumpness and smoothness. I can’t say that my wrinkles diminished, but because the skin seemed to plump up around and in my “wrinkle areas”, everything just seemed smoother, and my skin took on a younger-looking appearance – even a friend commented on how good my skin looked, and you gotta love that!

It will be interesting to see how long this effect continues now that I’m done using the Reluma. Although I’m not keen on spending over $100 for one product, at least I know, from experience, that it’s a product that really works. It makes my skin look and feel better, which unfortunately can’t be said about a lot of skincare products. That being said, the lines on my neck may be next in line to enjoy the benefits of Reluma.

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  • March 9, 2012

    by derm doc

    Michelle is an obvious competitor and is either lying or has zero knowledge in the harvesting and culture of stem cell cosmaceuticals. Michelle is ignorant and at the very least slanderous in her comments

  • March 19, 2009

    by Michelle Michaels

    This product is being sold in violation of law. It is based on living tissue, which requires a permit to "sell" to the public. Onlu doctors can prescribe this product for you. However, the owner of this company continues to skirt medical-legal issues, concoct his own product formulas, and sell them to unsuspecting recipients. Be careful. What you are putting on your skin is a biproduct of stem cells and other living cells harvested from people who may have any number of problems, from HIV to cancer.

  • March 6, 2009

    by Habib Torfi

    As a creator of the line I would like to inform the readers and Marta that starting August of 2008 we have changed our technology platform to Adult Stem Cells as a source of our active ingerdeint in Reluma anti aging skin serum.

  • November 24, 2008

    by Anti Aging Solution

    This is one of the best product on antiaging.

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