Serum of Life

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Apex Serum of Life

Serum of Life by Apex Vitality claims to be an advanced formula anti-aging cream that fights the visible signs of aging by stimulating new cell growth, reducing fine lines and wrinkles, restoring skin’s elasticity and suppleness, helping retain moisture, and instantly tightening skin. In fact, Apex Serum of Life claims to “instantly make you look 2-5 years younger,” without painful injections, expensive lasers, or invasive surgery.

In order to accomplish this, Serum of Life claims to deliver whole collagen molecules directly into the epidermis and to feature antioxidants, shea butter, wheat germ oil, palmitoyl pentapeptide-3, MSM (methylsulfonylmethane), as well as a natural “wonder ingredient.”

In order to use Apex Serum of Life, the manufacturer claims the process works over 3 steps:

  1. Wash your face with a gentle cleanser and pat dry.
  2. Apply Serum of Life to your entire face and neck.
  3. Enjoy the “instant, incredible” results.

The reality though, is that you probably are familiar with many of Serum of Life’s claims. But ultimately what you want to know is: Does it work to make you look younger? In our opinion, probably not and here’s why:

The Effectiveness of Serum of Life’s Ingredients

Palmitoyl pentapeptide-4 (known as palmitoyl pentapeptide-3 prior to 2006) is a proprietary ingredient known as Matrixyl, which is manufactured by Sederma and is claimed to “reverse the chronological ageing as attested by the regulation of senescence markers. Ageing skin tends to behave like young skin, and to “reduce the cutaneous photo damage by restructuring the fragile network of the papillary dermis.” However, the manufacturer doesn’t provide any third-party clinical evidence showing it works as advertised.

However, there is insufficient clinical evidence showing that shea butter, wheat germ oil, or MSM (methylsulfonylmethane) can provide any of the benefits claimed by Apex Vitality, other than moisturization.

Finally, antioxidants may “prevent or delay some types of cell damage,” although without knowing exactly what kinds are found in Serum of Life, this tells us essentially nothing about how they can help your skin.