According to Google, the search term “Instantly Ageless” gets 60,500 searches per month. That’s likely because the product by Jeunesse called Instantly Ageless™ is taking over YouTube and Facebook with their live demo that shows the “anti-wrinkle micro-cream” being dabbed onto the eye area and drying on participants in a live demonstration of how it improves the skin.
The Instantly Ageless ™ (sachets) aren’t cheap with 50 of the 0.3 mL sachets (15 mL total) going for $74.95 for the pack.
According to the wrinkle eye cream makers, they’ve limited the amount of Instantly Ageless sachets one person can purchase. There are quite a few Instantly Ageless review videos on YouTube — no doubt because of the viral nature of live demo videos and their effectiveness. The fact that the Instantly Ageless product is also one that pays those who promote their products is also a big reason so many review videos exist from those hoping to make a healthy cut of each of those $74.95 sales.
“Instantly Ageless™ is a powerful anti-wrinkle microcream that works quickly and effectively to diminish the visible signs of aging. Instantly Ageless™ revives the skin and minimizes the appearance of fine lines and pores for a flawless finish. Retail sales limited to 10 per person per 30 days.”
The proof is seemingly in the proverbial pudding for this product, whose ingredients list begins with the fact that it contains mostly water. Beyond that, Sodium Silicate, Magnesium Aluminum Silicate, Acetyl Hexapeptide-8 (Argireline), Phenoxyethanol, Ethylexylglycerin, Yellow 5 (Cl 19140), and Red 40 (Cl16035) are listed as the magic components that are driving folks into a frenzy about Instantly Ageless.
The Amazon reviews of Instantly Ageless prove the product is selling like hotcakes with mixed reviews.
As reported by the Inquisitr, besides the fuss over the Instantly Ageless product that touts a reduction in dark circles and claims to even skin texture, beauty aficionados are also turning to LED light therapy facials to look younger.