Through our Dare to Try Program we selected a panel of eight community members to test Rejuvel 3D ($149 in the shop) serum for six weeks. This innovative serum uses NASA-patented technology with a mission to deliver softer, smoother skin. But does it actually work? Our reviewers weigh in and share the good, the bad and the fabulous!
Stephanie C., late 30s
"I have been using Rejuvel 3D for over 30 days now and I am very happy with how this product has performed. This year I am turning forty and I wanted to try something that would possibly help with the fine lines I am seeing in greater amounts on my face. My skin type is dry and very sensitive. I am prone to breakouts and millia, unfortunately.
I used Rejuvel as part of my morning and evening routine and am happy to report this did not irritate my skin in the least. In fact, after a few weeks of use I noticed the lines around my mouth diminished and my skin was feeling and looking great. I did not feel the need to use a moisturizer over top of this product and my skin stayed moisturized throughout the day. I do use two pumps to cover my face and neck, but someone with less dry skin could maybe get away with one. The formula is light-weight and absorbs very quickly without being greasy. I will continue to use Rejvel 3D as part of my daily routine and I would recommend to anyone looking to improve their skin."
Ann C., mid 40s
"I am in my mid-40’s with dry skin combating many of the aging signs. I used Rejuvel 3D for six weeks both day and night. The application of this product was wonderful, it is fragrance free, feels light, and it absorbs immediately. The precision control of the airless container is the best I ever used, whether I needed a tiny dab or a full pump. My only complaint about the shiny sleek container is that you cannot tell how much product remains.
Within a few days of using Rejuvel 3D I couldn’t get over how smooth my skin felt. I kept asking my family to feel my face because I was so amazed. There was definite improvement in firmness, elasticity and skin moisture. Although I saw a visible reduction in fine lines on my forehead, it was much harder to see improvement in deeper lines (my 11’s). One of the pleasant surprises is that the pores (especially around my nose) were significantly less clogged. I was however disappointed that I didn’t see any dark spot reduction. It is a great product, but for the price I would like to see more than just Matrixyl 3000 and sodium hyaluronate as the only powerhouse ingredients."
Karen P., late 50s
"I am 58 years young, my skin type ranges from dry/normal in the winter to normal/combination throughout the rest of the year. Fortunately, my skin is not sensitive, so I’m able to switch up new products. My concern, now, as I’m growing older is that some sagging has begun to set in. My hope and expectation for this cream was that it would deliver on tackling that concern.
This is exactly what I experienced with the use of Rejuvel 3D. Upon using as directed, morning and evening after cleansing, I used a very small amount of product which went a long way. WOW…serious results. In just two weeks of continued use, the Rejuvel 3D had virtually eliminated any sagging associated with my marionette lines and on my cheeks and my skin was definitely smoother. I attribute this to the fact that although my skin is in great condition, it is aging, so my thought is that is begins to work wear it needs to.
Something important that I think our readers should be aware of, a little bit goes a long way. I used too much of the Rejuvel 3D on a couple of occasions and my face looked oily or sometimes even plastic. So, use this precious product sparingly.
Does this product do what it claims to do??? YES!! This product does things for my sagging that other products have failed to do. Would I buy a replacement? YES, I do plan to purchase."
Amy S., early 40s
"Its been a long time since I was selected as a tester for TIA and I was so excited when I got the opportunity to try Rejuvel 3D Microgravity Cell Renewal Cream. The name alone implies some serious potential for results and I was itching to try something totally new. I have to say that I really felt like I got solid results, not life changing, but enough that I am planning to purchase it again when I run out. Briefly, I am 42 years old, have fairly normal skin, but am a tad drier than I was a couple of years ago. I have very few fine lines and my skin is in pretty good shape for my age. My bigger issues are forehead lines, marionette creases, and the beginning of the neck crepe. As an endurance runner I am pretty lean, so my face tends to show deeper lines and hollows. I also have mild sun damage/spotting, despite vigilant sunscreen use, which fades in the winter but surfaces with the beginning of the southeastern springtime.
Cynthia B., early 60s
"I am in my early 60's and my skin is fairly resilient. I am medium toned and tan very easily. My skin is combination; more oily than dry but does react to to the indoor environment, dry heat, etc. I've gotten more sunspots and a few wrinkles as I've aged. But, I would say my skin is in good condition.
Stacie R., late 30s
Susan F., late 40s
Bev B., early 60s
"As a woman in my early sixties, I am more than a little interested in any product that claims renewal of anything, especially the skin on my face. I have combination skin with some sad remnants of an acne-riddled past, so I'm always excited about a product that might smooth out the valleys those teenage battle scars left behind.