Liftfusion advertises itself as an alternative to procedures such as botox. It is said to provide instant results without the side effects. It is sprayed onto the skin, and bases itself on hyaluronic acid. It also uses “blends of protein to promote resilient skin.” They also provide an “on the go” option to fit easily inside a pocket or purse.
The main ingredient of Liftfusion, hyaluronic acid, has been popularly used to cushion and lubricate the skin, dramatically improving its appearance for some. They also provide a full ingredients list including palmitoyl oligopeptide, glycerin, butylene glycol, and a number of other ingredients. It contains a few peptides, which are important to repairing and renewing the skin as well as quite a few moisturizers to provide a soft touch to the skin.
It is important to note that the manufacturers of Liftfusion emphasize the fact that these results can be reversed within 1 day. In other words, it may provide immediate results, but they will go away as soon as you wash your face. Long term results are not in their agenda. As such, Liftfusion does not contain many of the essential ingredients to promote the synthesis of collagen and therefore long lasting noticeable results. It also does not contain ingredients likely to mimic the extreme results commonly associated with injections such as botox. There does not appear to be any kind of money back or satisfaction guarantee.
Liftfusion makes some nice promises. But in fine print, they are sure to let you know those results will not last unless Liftfusion is constantly reapplied. However, they lack the evidence to back up even temporary claims. Quick fixes never seem to be valid. We suggest looking at products with effective ingredients and long term results.