May 21, 2013
Stages of Beauty Skincare
Stages of Beauty Skincare is a line of skin treatments, containing products geared toward customers of all ages.
The Stages of Beauty company claims its skincare line is unique because it caters to all the exact needs of every age group with its different, specifically-designed skincare regimens for 20-, 30-, 40-, and 50-year-old skin.
Let’s take a closer look at Stages of Beauty Skincare, specifically the treatment designed for 50-year-old skin, since this should be the best one for fighting wrinkles and fine lines.
About Stages of Beauty Skincare
On the Stages of Beauty Skincare website, they say their aim is to fulfill “all the changing needs of a woman’s skin throughout her life.”
They also say that while “most skincare brands fail to consider age in their formulations,” the Stages of Beauty skincare products fight against “increased sun sensitivity (triggering sun spots and spider veins), dulling complexion, and thinning and thirsty skin” in addition to wrinkles and lines.
Stages of Beauty Skincare Anti-Wrinkle Treatment
The Grace Treatment Cream is part of the Stages of Beauty Skincare line specifically for 50-year-old skin, which needs a lot more help with wrinkles, fine lines, and dark circles.
According to the official website, the line’s wrinkle cream, Grace, will specifically erase fine lines and wrinkles, support the skin’s natural protective barrier, restore the skin’s immunity, promote balanced hormone levels, and provide intensive hydration.
Stages of Beauty Skincare: Grace Treatment Cream Formula
One of the key ingredients in the Stages of Beauty Skincare Grace cream is Monk’s Pepper Berry Extract. This all-natural extract is an antioxidant complex capable of having a serious effect on your skin; it has the power to provide hydration, protect your skin from wrinkle-causing free radicals, and give your skin a youthful glow.
The Grace treatment cream also contains an amino acid complex including Acetyl Tyrosine and Adenosine Triphosphate. Acetyl Tyrosine works to speed up your skin DNA’s repair process following damage from free radicals, and Adenosine Triphosphate helps to not only stimulate the activity of antioxidant enzymes but also further speed your DNA’s repair reactions. Together, these amino acids are supposed to help counteract the negative effect the environment can have on the skin.
Another important ingredient is Resveratrol, a botanical compound and antioxidant deriving from red grape skin. Clinical trials have proven Resveratrol’s ability to reverse the signs of aging by protecting the skin’s collagen. It does so by stopping the enzymes which break down collagen and by strengthening the skin’s existing collagen.
The Stages of Beauty Skincare Grace treatment cream also contains a peptide blend, a crucial inclusion because it safely eliminates fine lines and wrinkles, reduces redness, and improves the skin’s structure.
The Stage of Beauty Skincare Free Trial
The Stages of Beauty Skincare website offers a free trial of their products, promising to give you a short period during which you can test the product out and see if it works. They then say that if it doesn’t work for you, you can return it free of charge.
However, I read tons of customer reviews from people who tried the Stages of Beauty Skincare free trial offer and were very disappointed, calling the whole thing a scam.
One user’s comment on Stages-of-Beauty-Reveiws.MeasuredUp.com said, “Got sample, cancelled on time, got product in mail despite–they tried to charge my card, my card company blocked them. Now they are harassing me by phone.”
Another review on the same website says, “I ordered a free trial sample of the face cream, cancelled and they keep shipping and charging my credit card. This cream does not work.”
This is a definite downside–particularly if, like the last review says, it doesn’t work.
A 30 mL jar of the Stages of Beauty Skincare Grace treatment for wrinkles costs $52.99, which is on the more expensive end of the wrinkle cream spectrum.
Overall, I am not overly impressed with Stages of Beauty Skincare.
The ingredients sound decent, but its high price and the negative reviews of its free trial are major red flags. I don’t think you should try Stages of Beauty Skincare at this time.