skin nutrition cell cpr

Our Rating: 5 stars

Reviewed by Imelda on August 22, 2014

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“Trust Truth In Aging when looking for what really works for different skin concerns.” That’s what I always tell friends when they ask “what” I put on my skin and “why” it appears younger looking than theirs when I’m supposedly older than they are. Acquaintances, on the other hand, just think that they’re much older than me, when it’s really the other way around. Those questions plus the more blunt “Have you gone to a skin specialist and had a procedure done?” have been asked more often lately after my four-week test drive with Skin Nutrition Cell CPR ($170).

This is a serious anti-aging product that will impress even the skeptics! Its wonderful formula of powerful peptides, rich botanicals, organic compounds and molecules, vitamins and minerals are packed in a 1.0 fl. oz shiny silver plastic cylinder that pumps out a light cream. The cream quickly absorbed into my just cleansed and toned but still slightly damp skin. Just like how cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) works, when I apply Skin Nutrition Cell CPR in the morning and evening, it’s like manually jump-starting my aging, slow-working skin cells into circulating the much needed oxygen and other goodies to restore them back to health!

Marta had already reported in great detail about all the great ingredients Cell CPR has, which activate skin cell regeneration, repair wrinkles, heal wounds and lighten discolorations. My skin just drank up this light, pleasant-smelling cream; my pores appeared shrunken and fine lines and wrinkles were softened. My skin now looks and feels smoother and firmer, and its overall tone seems to have evened out a bit, as well.

Those who have drier skin may want to layer a heavier moisturizer on top of Cell CPR because of how the product quickly dissolves into the skin, making it feel a bit taut. I do so only for my evening application and just apply sunscreen on top of it during the day. There’s no way of telling if it’s running low since one can’t see through the container, and the price for a 1.0 fluid ounce is rather on the high end (at least for me). But because it made my 50-something skin “healthier and younger looking, softer, smoother, and brighter” as Skin Nutrition claimed it would, I give Cell CPR a 5-star rating and would recommend it to anyone who wants to somehow turn back time without harsh chemicals and invasive procedures.

(Editor's Note: Imelda tested the newly reformulated version of Skin Nutrition Cell CPR.)