How fast can a wrinkle cream actually work? In most cases you need to use a wrinkle cream for a few months to see really impressive results, and that is only if you buy a wrinkle cream that actually works. Well Athena 7-Minute Lift claims to get the job done in seven minutes. Talk about a way to create immediate skeptics. Either this is the miracle wrinkle cream we’ve all been looking for or the claims that Athena 7-Minute Lift makes are wildly off base. The only way to actually find out is to give the product or try, so let’s take a look at exactly what Athena 7-Minute Lift claims and what it delivers.
In a world where natural products are all the rage Athena 7-Minute Lift does have the organic bases covered. The product contains no harsh chemicals which is perfect for those who suffer from allergies or have sensitive skin. The product also has actual clinical studies to support the claims it makes. Of course it would not be the first wrinkle cream to have clinical studies results that are a little skewed to support the claims it makes. Athena 7-Minute comes with a special applicator brush and a DVD to explain how to use, so it is reasonable to assume that the way you apply it is important.
One consumer that tried this product stated:
“Pricy wrinkles creams do not necessarily make for the most objective reviews. For some reason one look at how small the jar is by comparison to the price tag makes the skepticism grow more. So according to the directions there should be some visible results within seven minutes. Seven minutes later there were still laugh lines and due to irritation the forehead wrinkles looked a bit more visible than usual. Well maybe the manufacturers did not get the timing quite right, but after two weeks there is no visible difference so it is time to end this experiment.” – Carolyn, New York
Pricing and Availability
Bottom line, Athena 7-Minute Lift is going to cost you $80 for about a one month supply. The website claims that a jar should last for about two months, but unless a person is only using it as a spot treatment one jar is only going to last about a month. The manufacturers have a very nice website that mentions how the product was talked about on Good Morning America and was featured in the celebrity Red Carpet bags at the Oscars, though based on the results not quite sure why it was. It can also be purchased on Amazon, but this is one of the rare cases where the manufacturer’s price is actually cheaper than the Amazon price.
Is it possible that the skepticism took over in this review? Maybe a little, but the fact of the matter is after using the product according to the directions seven minutes later there was no visible difference, which is basically the main claim of the product. Some people have pointed out that the product works well as a mask along with makeup and perhaps that is the case, but for the price there are other products that can be used to accomplish the same result, namely coverup. Athena 7-Minute lift makes some pretty impressive claims, but at the end of the day it falls well short of its promises.