What is L’Mage Skin Cream?
L’Mage Skin Cream is an all natural under eye serum that claims to be able to make you look years younger from the first application of the topical cream. It is supposed to visibly decrease wrinkles and fine lines, while tightening the skin and decreasing dark circles.
How Does the Product Work?
L’Mage Skin Cream claims to nourish and rejuvenate the skin through three mechanisms. Firstly, it diminishes wrinkles by way of its patented formula which uses the latest advanced skin care ingredients to produce the results which its marketing page claims are ‘amazing.’
The skin cream also claims to have a dramatic effect on skin repair. It supposedly includes essential vitamins and antioxidants that brighten and enhance the skin’s appearance.
Finally, the combination of all natural herbal ingredients is meant to keep the skin supple and soft, youthful and resilient.
What is in the Product?
In order to assess the quality of any product it is important to know what ingredients go into making it up. This is especially important when it comes to a product that is designed to be applied topically to the skin. When that product makes bold claims about its ability to heal, there is even greater reason to check out what it is made of.
The makers of L’mage skin cream, however, do not divulge the vital information of their ingredient list breakdown. Instead their sales page offers the following . . .
“L’mage skin cream is expertly and wittingly created of all skin care professionals and they genuinely gathered all botanical ingredients from very well-known herbs, plants seeds and fruit extract and produce this all-natural and carbon-based emulsion. A powerful ingredient embodied in this cream is clinically proven by the group of dermatologists to prevent skin from cracking, peeling and leaving the skin healthy and radiant younger complexion.”
The refusal to divulge their ingredient list is a major red flag on this product. In addition, much of the sales copy used for this product is a carbon copy of other skin products that have proven to be scams and that have since been withdrawn from the market.
You will also find a whole host of glowing reviews of this product online, each touting the miraculous changes to their skin that the reviewer experienced after just a few days in the product. When you get to the bottom of the review, however, you will invariably find the the reviewer is an affiliate who has a vested interest in the sale of the product.
How Do You Use the Product?
L’mage skin cream is designed as a post cleanser. The advertising material lists the following three steps to using it:
- Wash your face with a gentle soap. Dry off completely.
- Apply a finger tip’s amount of the product to your face and neck.
- Give the cream abut 15 minutes to penetrate the skin and then wipe any residue clear.
How Much Does It Cost?
The product is only available through the official L’mage website. There is a heavy push on the site to get you to purchase because of the limited time offer. However, when you check back days or weeks later, the same limited time offer applies.
To secure the product, you have to undergo a trial offer. There is no immediate cost for the product, but you do have to pay $4.95 for shipping. The true cost of the product is revealed in the tiny disclaimer print at the foot of the website. 30 days after receiving your trail jar of cream, you will receive your second jar, which will be charged against your credit card at the rate of $94.97. The third jar will be discounted at $49.97. From then on, your credit card will be charged every month at the rate of $94.97.
Who is Behind the Product?
It is extremely difficult to find any information about the real people behind this product. They do, however, provide the following contact address and Texas phone number:
Cardston Marketing, LLC
10440 North Central Expressway, Suite 800
Dallas, TX 75231
Cardston Marketing, LLC have no other online presence. The office in Texas is registered to a law firm who have no affiliation with this product.
We do not recommend L’Mage Skin Cream because of the lack of transparency of its website, the lack of backing for its claims, its exorbitant price and the failure to find anything about the people behind it.