Beauty Product Warnings publishes one of most thorough investigations of the the popular Lifecell anti-aging treatment.
Seattle, WA, United States of America – June 9, 2014 /MarketersMedia/ –
Cosmetic treatment reviewer and watchdog Beauty Product Warnings announced the completion and availability of an investigation into the popular Lifecell anti-aging treatment. The company’s findings, available free of charge to all visitors to its website, are among the most detailed and rigorous available anywhere. Beauty Product Warnings strives to clarify and demystify the sometimes-bewildering array of options of this sort, and has developed a reputation for objectivity and no-nonsense reviews.
“One of the most common questions we have been hearing recently is ‘does Lifecell really work?’” company representative Simon Hendricks confided, “which told us that the existing information wasn’t enough for our discerning visitors. We resolved to answer that question once and for all, and we’re happy to say that we’ve done so.” One of a number of creams and other topical treatments that promise to reverse or slow the effects of aging on the face, Lifecell is marketed in part through claims that it can be as effective as more expensive surgical treatments like BOTOX. Beauty Product Warnings’ recent analysis of the treatment was designed to determine the truth of this and other representations, as well as to compare the product to competing alternatives.
“With so many treatments out there vying for our dollars,” Hendricks continued, “it can be hard to figure out what’s really worthwhile. We’re dedicated to cutting through the confusion and providing the most reliable, actionable information anywhere.” Beauty Product Warnings covers the whole range of available home-based cosmetic treatments. It has analyzed a variety of over-the-counter acne alleviation products, for example, as well as a number of topical creams designed to reduce the appearance of stretch marks. In addition to studying and reviewing name-brand preparations, it also delves into inexpensive treatments using essential oils and other substances which may sometimes prove just as effective as those branded alternatives.
“We know that, after reading our report, many of our visitors will be asking where to buy Lifecell,” Hendricks concluded, “and we’ve got them covered there, too. We take the task of pointing out reliable, economical suppliers just as seriously as that of identifying the best beauty products.” Visitors to the company’s website at www.beautyproductwarnings.com will find a wide variety of its findings, reports, and guides available free of charge. Through staying abreast of the latest developments in the industry, the company is often among the first to report on promising-seeming new treatments, and it continually revises its beauty product recommendations as new information becomes available.
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Name: Simon Hendricks
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