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Adonia Stemulift

Updated on January 14, 2013

Adonia Stemulift

Adonia Stemulift Review

Already being a fan of other products by Adonia Organics, I found it exciting to hear that they would be releasing a new plant stem cell based anti wrinkle cream. I have done a lot of reading lately and I really believe that stem cell technology is the future of anti-aging skin care.

As with most good high-end skin care products, this made its debut in Hollywood long before you or I could get one. In just a short time, Stemulift has attracted fans such as Kathy Hilton. It was just this month that Stemulift was finally released for sale to the public.

The product has met with brisk sales and it looks like demand is picking up quickly. I decided to order a jar of this new stem cell cream and put it to the test. The claim is that the product reduces the appearance of lines and facial wrinkles with visible results in as little as nine days.

The company website offers several nice before and after photos showcasing results in areas ranging from around the eyes to the neck area. According to a clinical study performed by AMA Labs (an independent lab that runs clinical tests for cosmetics), the product yielded an average reduction in the appearance of wrinkles of 43% within 9 days and 69% after 8 weeks of use. This product is not one of those quick-fix, wears off in an hour type of products that are commonly being sold online but rather a longer term anti-aging treatment. Here is my personal experience with the product so far:

Stemulift Review

The product goes on like a rich moisturizer. I immediately noticed that my skin felt soft, smooth, and well-hydrated. I liked the fact that it was not sticky like a lot of other creams I have used in the past. It seemed to absorb very well into my skin. Following the enclosed instructions, I began using the product on a daily basis; in the morning and in the evening. By the end of the first week, I began to notice that the fine vertical lines above my nose and between my eyebrows were starting to fade away. I've had these since I was in my mid twenties and until now haven't found anything that gave me any noticeable improvement.

What really impressed me about this product was that after about two weeks or so, I really began to see the puffiness and dark circles underneath my eyes diminishing. I work long hours and don't get as much sleep as I should so that area around my eyes has always been a problem spot for me. I've been using Stemulift now for about four weeks and so far I have been thrilled with the results. Hopefully as I get a little further on, I can add on to this hub with some additional information.

So far, I'm a big fan of plant stem cell technology. I give Adonia Stemulift an enthusiastic full five stars out of a possible five! If you are thinking about giving it a try, you can find more information on their website at: Please feel free to comment and share your own personal experiences below. Comments that are commercial or purely promotional in nature will be removed. Thank you in advance for your valuable feedback!

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      6 years ago

      Don't buy anything from this company the are a tottal fraud.


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