Until now, you Must have heard about a viral product that’s been making its rounds across social media – the Maxclinic Cirmage Lifting Stick. It features prominently as a facial product that instantly lifts loose skin and wrinkles while deeply moisturizing the applied areas. Why is it so wildly popular and does it do what it says it does? We brought This for You and here’s what we found:
So here’s what we liked about the Cirmage Lifting Stick and what we didn’t like.
Liked: We liked that it really does lift the skin instantly while minimizing lines and reducing pores. It won’t give you the same results of an invasive face-lift but it won’t cause any pain or lasting side effects either. The tried-and-true active ingredients like Peptides and Adenosines promote the growth of collagen, reducing the appearance of fine lines across the face.
The uniquely designed meridian shape also shows attention to detail, allowing its user to reach even the difficult spots on the face.
Didn't Like: In terms of what we didn’t like, we struggled with applying a full face of makeup after applying the Cirmage Lifting stick. The oil-rich residue made foundation tough to apply and it appeared to be coming off and patchy at some stages. So while the results were there to be seen, we couldn’t apply as much makeup as we wanted to.
To conclude, this is a product that lifts the skin, mildly erase wrinkles while also improving skin quality at the same. The downside involves difficulty in applying a full-face of makeup but this will still work really well on days that you choose to go “bare faced”. Another potential use case of the Lifting Stick are for men with evident wrinkles or crow feet – because they don’t use make up.
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