When I did this Wonderlift Review, a product by Vikki Lamotta, I didn’t want to believe in it, but the 60 second video was, perhaps almost enough to convince me it may have a use. It’s been touted as the “face lift in a bottle” on the official website, along with a lot of other hype.
Let me start by saying ….
If you’re not expecting permanent results with this, you might possibly be able to find a use for it, at least for those “one-off” special occasions, for example.
It’s one of those ‘cosmetic’ things you might be tempted to use when mingling with people you don’t often see, like on vacation, or a wedding maybe, or to ‘wow’ them on a class reunion. And used daily it will make you look a little better, and cost plenty!
Okay, now that I’ve shattered all your illusions that this is some miracle treatment that answers your prayers to get rid of wrinkles, this Wonderlift review reveals the truth.
Wonderlift Review – 60 Second Face Lift
Now, it’s definitely not the “fountain of youth” as the official website would have you believe, and it may take a little longer than 60 seconds, but you MAY see results.
However, don’t get your hopes up yet, because it doesn’t last forever.
And although it’s inexpensive, you will be buying this much more often than you would most other wrinkle creams. Another thing that’s doubtful is the company’s claim that it will make you look 10 years younger. It will however make you look a LITTLE younger, and a bit better, by camouflaging fine lines, wrinkles, crows feet, and sagging skin. What more could you want if you’re going somewhere special?
The main active ingredients are not known because the company does not not disclose them, but I do know that it contains collagen, aloe, and vitamin B.
The collagen presence explains why it may help in reducing lines, wrinkles, crow’s feet, and laughter lines etc, although it depends on the amount of collagen present.
THE CLINICAL TRIAL RESULTS….
Wonderlift was tested on 100 women, with the following results …..
- 76% saw wrinkles reduced in a minute or less.
- 14% saw the same results in 1 minute 45 seconds.
- Of the other 10%, some took 2 mins and some saw no difference.
So the 60 Second Face Lift worked its magic for the majority of participants. I should mention that it doesn’t completely REMOVE wrinkles, but it may help hide them.
What You Get:
The Wonderlift package consists of a 1 oz supply, which should last between 4 and 6 weeks if used daily. A miserly tip here ….. only apply to the affected areas rather than the whole face, and that way it could last even longer.
How to use Wonderlift….
It’s a thick liquid, so you have to shake it well before applying, Apply just a thin coating to desired area. If it’s visible on your skin, then you are probably applying too much.
Wonderlift Video: “Real Time” Effects….
Wonderlift Review Summary
As I mentioned earlier, on my first look at this product I did have severe reservations. I think it was the official website that put me off. It isn’t laid out well and it comes across as a full-blown ‘hypey’ advert. Having said that, Lamotta has been selling Wonderlift creams since 1981, so she’s definitely no amateur when it comes to skin care.
- Quick results for SOME people.
- Slightly tighter skin without surgery.
- Can be used on sensitive skin.
- It has not been tested on animals.
- The results are only temporary.
- The effects last for 10-12 hours.
- Some people experience no difference.
- Temporary results mean it could end up being very expensive.
The effects will probably wear off after 10-12 hours. The serum can be re-applied, which just means your supply will not last as long as it would normally do.
In conclusion I would have to say….
I’m not confident enough in this product to wholeheartedly endorse it. You could probably find equal or better products on Amazon that are much cheaper.
And you have to ask yourself….
Do you want to keep spending on a product that only delivers results for 10-12 hours? At the end of the day you get what you pay for, so it may be worth shifting attention to an anti wrinkle cream that has stood the test of time, and has been proven to work.