Micro-Sculpting Cream

August 22nd, 2010

Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream targets the skin most prone to sag. Great for the eyebrows and jawline, Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream is meant to hydrate your face on the microscopic level and sculpt your skin from the inside out for even better definition.

How is Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream Supposed to Work?

Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream uses its concentrations of amino-peptides to sink below the surface of the wrinkles and hydrate the cells of your skin beneath. As more and more cells are hydrated the skin begins to firm up, wrinkles begin to recede, and sagging skin grows tauter.


From the customer reports and feedback I’ve been able to read, people seem pretty satisfied. It’s cheap and it gets decent results, so that is not surprising. Apparently its results are fast as well.


As great as the ingredients sound, they may not work for everyone. Several reviews even on Olay’s official site show that the product made no difference. Some even complain that the cream caused their skin to break out with acne even though they haven’t had trouble with zits since their teens.


A conclusion here is hard to draw. For the people it works for, Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream is praised. They are in love with it. The success rate is rather high. But for those it doesn’t work for, it has been shown to irritate the skin pretty severely. But if your skin isn’t too sensitive this product might be right for you. For as much amino-peptide concentration as you get from Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream, it’s really a great deal. While there have been a few negative reports, a majority of customers are reporting vanishing lines, more elasticity, and more smoothness to the skin overall.