Fortunately, I didn't purchase this product.I have been in the Cosmetology profession for 55 years & I read everything I can,pertaining to a product,before I buy it.I saw an ad for this product in a clothing catalog. There was no ingredient list,so I Googled the company.
I saw list of client letters,praising the Lifecell product.They were hilarious.Anyone with a fifth grade education could tell they were bogus.They sounded like the first attempts at writing a piece,from students in an ESL class !! At least those students have an excuse.The sentences rambled on,were out of context & forget about verbs & tenses ! Plus,they sound like the same letters I've seen for other such useless products. It's the same deal:if you don't read the fine print, that $99.00 charge will show up monthly,on your credit card.
Then,try to get through to some one who can help you cancel that & it's next to impossible. I just chalked this up to another scheme I managed to avoid.
BTW...I never did find a list of miracle ingredients for this magic elixir! !!!