I’ve been torn between the new school of thinking, which seems to be “targeted systems” of anti aging products, and the “old school” which says pick a product and stick with it. After having great success with LifeCell, I thought I’d give a good shot with Menscience and their anti aging formula. It’s sold as a treatment that uses a lot of the top notch ingredients found in the best anti aging creams I’ve used, so I was thrilled to give it a shot.
In spefific, it uses peptides (Acetyl Hexapeptide-3 and Palmitoyl Oligopeptides) to provide visible short- and long-term results to the skin. It also uses something I’d only seen in Elite Eye Serum prior to finding Menscience, and that’s Gaba.
I began using this cream on a daily basis, and I can report that I found this a great source of moisture and it really worked well on fine lines. However, as a product sold as an “all in one” solution I didn’t see a lot of the eye area benefits I would expect. There wasn’t any help with dark under eye circles, puffiness, or baggy eyes. That’s not at the fault of Menscience, perhaps they didn’t formulate the product to do that. But, personally when I look for that one-two punch, and it lacks one of them, it turns me off. I would really think this product would be better off marketed as a night cream, but that’s just my personal opinion.
I’m not the only one who feels this way….some of the Menscience reviews I read on SkinStore.com talked about it’s ability to dominate fine lines, but little else was said about this anti aging treatment, so it’s hard to really say if it is a good solution to treat anything else.