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Stages of Beauty Reviews – Does It Work?

Rachel Vrabel July 22, 2011 2
Title: Stages of Beauty Reviews – Does It Work?
Reviewed by Rachel Williams on Jul 22
Rating: 4.5

stages of beauty does it workStages of Beauty is one of those wrinkle creams that promises great results, in a short amount of time.  Anyone concerned with the appearance and condition of their skin is going to know a bit about wrinkles. What many may not know is that wrinkles actually change in terms of their patterns and appearance as time passes. This is due to the way that the skin changes over the course of a lifetime, and why many wrinkle creams just cannot keep up with these constantly changing conditions and begin to fail to provide results. In this review we are going to consider the Stages of Life line of wrinkle creams because it is designed to address skin over the course of four decades!

How It Works and Ingredients

We were immediately intrigued by the idea of a line of wrinkle creams that were manufactured according to “age groups”. For instance, the Stages of Beauty company makes products specifically for those in their 20s, 30s, 40s, and 50+ age groups. The lines were designed by an MIT graduate who specialized in chemical and biological engineering and who recognized the lack of proper anti-aging formulations in many wrinkle creams. Because of the designer’s background and her desire to provide products that work with the biological changes in skin, these products are missing a lot of the harmful agents that appear elsewhere. There are no sulfates, parabens, petrochemicals, phthalates, and GMOs in any of the products.

User Reviews

The research conducted on the Stages of Beauty lines included an 8-week trial during which time issues such as increased hydration, increased evenness, decreased lines and wrinkles, increased radiance, and increased elasticity were measured. Those participating in the trials noticed that more improvements occurred roughly every two weeks and that by eight weeks most of the products had already improved general skin conditions from 64% to 100%.

A sample review of Stages of Beauty we found:

“My skin seems to have brightened and softened in only a few weeks!”
Helen, MA

Our Results With Stages of Beauty

Where To Buy

The Stages of Beauty website is currently the only way to purchase the different lines, but anyone can enjoy a 14 day free trial. This means that you can see what two weeks of use can provide! Additionally, the company has a 30-day money back guarantee on any of the products purchased, and enrollment in any of their subscription programs can be ended with a single telephone call to their 24-hour customer support.

Recommendation

We would recommend the Stages of Beauty line of products because it is designed according to some innovative concepts that will address the most common skin and wrinkle issues according to the age of the consumer. We found that many customer reviews rated it highly and that you will be able to see measurable improvements in as little as two weeks of using it.

2 Comments »

  1. Trisha February 5, 2013 at 3:15 am - Reply

    Rachel,
    I stumbled accross your page looking for reviews on Stages of Beauty. I am 31 and Im not so concerned right now for wrinkles but I do have some deep expression lines between my eyes. My major issue is that since having children, I have acne that was never there before. I need a good skin care product that will not make me break out but help to even out the dull skin tones and dryness. I DO NOT WEAR MAKEUP except on the rare occation that there is a special event but even then, I dont use foundations. any suggestions?
    Trish

    • Rachel Vrabel
      Rachel Williams February 13, 2013 at 5:39 pm - Reply

      Hi Trish,

      Thanks for your message. I also had some acne when I was in my late twenties/early thirties so I can relate to your frustration. I believe it’s from all the hormones that we experience, and over time it should go away. Unfortunately I haven’t come across any fixes for the hormone induced acne, expect for trying not to aggravate the skin and your certainly don’t want to use anything too heavy or greasy. In your situation, especially since you don’t like to wear makeup, I feel that Lifecell will give you the best result.

      It is not a heavy moisturizer so will not aggravate your acne, and it works to immediately smooth out your wrinkles by filling in and smoothing over all the little fine lines and wrinkles, and should help with the area between your eyes as well. It will also help to even out your skin tone, it will calm the skin and help to reduce redness, puffiness, and any discoloration (if you have any).

      I would recommend using a very gentle cleanser, in fact I would recommend “Purpose” face wash, which is a J&J product you can buy at CVS, my dermatologist recommended it once and won’t irritate your skin and is gentle enough to also wash your eyes with. Apply the Lifecell to a freshly washed face, both morning and night. You will immediately see the smoothing effect of the Lifecell on your wrinkles and I think you will really like the results! Good luck, and let me know how you like it.

      Rachel
      WomensBlogTalk.com

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