Since this is a collagen stimulant, Antartcilyne Plump 3 will "fill" wrinkles in by creating more collagen and pushing wrinkled skin outward to create a new, smooth surface. The manufacturer reports that in a "major clinical study," Trylagen reduced wrinkle depth by 35.32% after 30 days in some cases.
Antarctilyne Plump 3 comes in a frosted glass jar with a silver lid. It should be gently massaged into the skin of the face and neck after cleansing. It is not a moisturizer, so you must apply an additional moisturizer following the application of the skin plumper.
My Overall Rating: 3/5
- This is just a skin plumper and cannot be used to moisturize
- The main, proprietary ingredient, antarctilyne (trylagen), is not listed in the ingredients list
- Most of the ingredients are fillers
- You could have a serious skin reaction
- Contains a new, potentially groundbreaking compound that increases collagen production
- Targets a specific aging issue
- Smells great
- Works fast
Guarantee: There is no official guarantee. Check with your vendor to find out more about return options and satisfaction guarantees.
While a lot of the information above looks negative, I give Antartcilyne Plump 3 an overall score of 3 out of 5. That's because for the people for whom it does work, it seems to work really, really well. I mean, fast effects, triple the collagen and over a third less wrinkles are hard to argue with.
However, there are a lot of people that may not get these results or may even have a serious allergic reaction, so make sure you test the product out carefully on the inside of your wrist or elbow before you start slathering it on your face twice a day.
I have to say I was also disappointed by the fact that this is not a moisturizer. It seems like any anti-aging product should at least provide me with adequate hydration!
The somewhat "shady" ingredients list is my main concern, since the active ingredient is not listed - even on the jar - and pretty much everything else with the exception of one peptide is basically filler. And, you don't know for sure if that peptide is even structured to penetrate your skin. If and when you try Antarctilyne, you could get great results, but unfortunately they are far from guaranteed.
*The author of this review purchased the product for full price and was not compensated in any way for her review.