Levela Ingredients: What You Don’t Know

by Kelly Williams on December 22, 2012

Do you think that every anti-aging product that becomes available on the market is worth checking out? Well, unless you’ve already found something that really works for you and is sure to give you permanent result, I think you would be just as interested as I am about innovations that claim to make me look way younger than my age. I’m well aware though that many of these anti-aging skincare products don’t really deliver what they promise. I would assume that you’re reading this due to that same perception. So I’m sharing here a result of my research on Levela anti-aging formula which claims that we can look up to 10 years younger in days.

(Updated for 2013)

What Is Levela?

According to its official website, Levela anti-aging formula is an advanced facial serum which contains the most powerful ingredients essential to anti-aging. It claims that it can significantly reduce appearance of lines and wrinkles; restore skin firmness lost due to aging, sun exposure, and other factors; saturate skin with vitamins and antioxidants; tighten, strengthen, and lift facial tissues around the eyes, cheeks, and mouth.

Ingredients And Benefits

The company asserts that the serum contains the most effective ingredients that purposefully target the major factors leading to skin aging such as genes, hormones, cellular recession, sun exposure, smoking and other lifestyle factors. They say that results start to appear seconds after application as an effect caused by a mixture of science and power of Mother Nature. So for your reference, I checked each active ingredient of the serum and the corresponding benefits.

  • Dimethylaminoethanol simply known as DMAE – this is an amino acid that treats a variety of conditions and illnesses but is also known to tighten skin and provide long-term results.
  • Methylsulfonylmethane or MSM – used in medicine as a relief and/or treatment for various illnesses, MSM is an organic sulphur compound found in fresh fruits, vegetables, animals, and humans. It can be laboratory made as well. It is also known to improve skin’s flexibility and enhance collagen production in the skin.
  • Hyaluronic Acid – this is a type of polysaccharide or carbohydrate molecules that naturally occur in the human body and is essential to regulating cell growth and renewal. This ingredient helps provide moisture to the skin consequently preventing lines and wrinkles.
  • Lipoic Acid – also referred to as a-lipoic acid and alpha lipoic acid which is a fatty acid that helps the body produce energy. It is known to help eliminate harmful substances from the body, neutralize cellular damage, and slow the process of human aging.
  • Resveratrol – a chemical compound found in plants such as grapes, raspberries, cranberries, blueberries, and mulberries among many others. Resveratrol is believed to be an excellent antioxidant with loads of health benefits and is also beneficial for anti-aging.
  • Co-Enzyme Q10 – simply known as CoQ-10, this vitamin-like substance naturally found in the body and some foods improves antioxidants in the skin thus protecting it from damage.
  • Vitamin E – a very popular and vital nutrient that dissolves in fat, Vitamin E belongs to an antioxidant family that defends the body tissues against damage caused by harmful substances. It is also one of the essentials for healthy skin.
  • Jojoba Oil – extracted from the seed of jojoba shrub, jojoba oil is actually a liquid wax that has a wide range of uses but is popularly known as a special ingredient to many beauty and health products. Its natural properties moisturize skin, unclog pores, and reduce the appearance of lines and wrinkles.
  • Silicone Oil – this is a non-toxic oil with unique properties that makes it applicable for a wide range of uses. In Levala, it particularly enhances its co-ingredients to enable instant effect.
  • Glycerin – in skin care, this is an ingredient that actively aids in restoring suppleness and smoothness of the skin.

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