Tri-Aktiline The Product Overview
Tri-Aktiline is a product that claims to ‘fill in’ deep lines and wrinkles on the face, specifically targeting crow’s feet, laugh, and frown lines. The ‘Instant Deep Wrinkle Filler’ is manufactured by Good Skin Dermacare Labs (GS Labs) and marketed on the company website.
In addition to a link to Kohl’s retail website, which is where Tri-Aktiline is sold exclusively, the site shows two ‘before and after customer photos and a FAQ section which unfortunately only addresses questions regarding the purchasing process, not the actual product.
How Does It Rate?
- GS Labs is brands of this product.
- Tri-Aktiline is a product that claims to ‘fill in’ deep lines and wrinkles on the face.
- They also said that it work on Wrinkles, Fine Lines, and Aging or Loose Skin.
- Gatuline Expressions
- Tri-Aktiline contains three clinically studied active ingredients
- The website shows photographic evidence of results
- The website is easy to use and clearly sectioned
- There is a useful link to the retail site
- The key ingredients are listed
- No free sample is offered
- No money-back guarantee is shown
- The full ingredient list is not provided
- The website information is very brief
- GS Labs is not a well-known manufacturer
- No contact information is shown for the company
- No customer testimonials are shown
- The clinical studies are not detailed
How Does Tri-Aktiline Work?
According to GS Labs, Tri-Aktiline will immediately reduce the appearance of lines and significantly improve their depth after eight weeks of use.
*All individuals are unique. Your results can and will vary.
Not all the ingredients are listed for the product, only the three main wrinkle ‘fighters’ – Gatuline Expression, a substance that works in a similar way to Botox by relaxing facial tension, Kombuchka PH Extract, derived from Russian Black tea to plump and smooth the skin and finally Argiriline, a peptide that stimulates the body’s own collagen production.
Collagen is an essential part of healthy, youthful skin and decreases in production as the body ages.
Although there is a section showing ‘validated’ scientific results, these are by no means concrete proof that the product works as well as promised. And while there are brief explanations detailing the key ingredients, no amounts are shown nor is there a list of the remaining inactive substances.
Ingredients In Tri-Aktiline
It has three major ingredients: Gatuline Expressions, Kombuchka and Argireline.
Gatuline Expression effectively prevents the appearance of expression lines  and visibly smooths the skin surface. This fast-acting ingredient redefines both the eye and lip contours in record time.
Kombucha contains organic acids and natural probiotics,  which ‘have been shown to improve the skin barrier and affect skin hydration and maintain the natural balance of the skin, so fewer breakouts!
Like Botox works by inhibiting your nerves’ ability to send signals to your muscles,  limiting the movements that cause wrinkles, according to Dr. Joshua Zeichner, director of cosmetic and clinical research in dermatology at Mount Sinai Hospital in New York City.
FAQ For Tri-Aktiline Cream
Q: How Much Does Tri-Aktiline Cream Cost & Where Can I Buy It?
A: Customers can purchase Tri-Aktiline Cream from its official website, Amazon, and from Walmart also. One jar of Tri-Aktiline Cream is priced at $34.99 for 2.00 oz.
Q: Does Tri-Aktiline Cream Provide A Free Trial Or Refund Policy?
A: We didn’t find any information about free trials, and also, any money-back guarantee from the manufacturer.
Q: What Are The Side Effects Of Tri-Aktiline Cream?
A: There are no reported side effects of Tri-Aktiline Cream. However, there might be possible side effects while using the product.
Q: Is It Safe to Take Tri-Aktiline Cream Long-Term?
A: Yes, taking Tri-Aktiline Cream for the long term may be safe. There shouldn’t be any safety issues with this product but try this on small skin surface areas to find out any side effects.
*All individuals are unique. Your results can and will vary.
Q: Are There Any Alternatives to This Product?
Tri-Aktiline The Bottom Line
It would be nice to think that Tri-Aktiline really did ‘fill in’ wrinkles instantly, although this is highly unlikely. However, the formula does contain some proven anti-aging ingredients which, over time, should have a positive effect on the skin. It would certainly not be an alternative to an injected filler such as Botox or Restylane though.
Cost-wise, Tri-Aktiline is not overly expensive, selling at Kohl’s for $34.50 (for a 1oz tube), although ideally, the company would offer a free sample for the consumer to try before making a financial commitment.
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 Wang Y, Wang M, Xiao S, Pan P, Li P, Huo J. The anti-wrinkle efficacy of argireline, a synthetic hexapeptide, in Chinese subjects: a randomized, placebo-controlled study. Am J Clin Dermatol. 2013 Apr;14(2):147-53. doi: 10.1007/s40257-013-0009-9. PMID: 23417317.
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