Lucienne Skin Cream is a wrinkle treatment which is intended to help you nourish and hydrate the skin of your face, presenting a healthier and perhaps more attractive appearance in the process. It is not clear just how much you get in each jar of the product, although it is sold in these individual jars, and it is available from the manufacturer. Unfortunately, Lucienne Skin Cream seems to be sold using the “trial and autoship” program, where you pay a small sum for “shipping and handling” to receive a trial of the product. If you don’t return that in 14 days or otherwise cancel, you will be sent a new supply every month – and charged a substantial amount ($89.92, plus shipping and handling, each month).
Lucienne Skin Cream Ingredients
We could not find any information on the ingredients in this product, other than a mention of “face firming peptides” and an implication that it will also moisturize your skin. This is a rather major mark against it, given that knowing what’s in your beauty treatment products can be vital, in case of product sensitivities or allergies.
We could not find usage directions in the material we could discover. However, most similar products require you to wash your face and gently dry it before applying the cream and gently massaging it into your skin.
- Automatic shipment can be convenient (no shopping!)
- There is a trial period, even if it is not long
- The product is presented as an alternative to cosmetic surgery or injection
- There is almost no information on the product’s ingredients, method of operation, or how long you might need to use it before you could see results.
- There is no clinical information to support the claims the manufacturers are making.
- The price per month is very high
- Only available direct from the manufacturer.
Lucienne Eye Cream is a wrinkle product similar to many others we have seen advertised: it makes grand claims and then does not back it up with anything except a contrast to cosmetic surgery or Botox injections. The trial and autoship program does not show confidence in their product, and without even a basic list of ingredients, you may be paying a premium price for what amounts to a basic moisturizer. There are beauty products available at every price point, most of them sold by manufacturers with more info available: pick the one that’s right for you.