Product Review: Rexaline Hydra-Dose Hyper-Hydrating Skin Densifying Anti-Wrinkle Cream

Rexaline Hydra-Dose Hyper-Hydrating Skin Densifying Anti-Wrinkle Cream, 50ml
Rexaline Hydra-Dose Hyper-Hydrating Skin Densifying Anti-Wrinkle Cream, 50ml

I bought this at US$14.75 on clearance sale in October, marked all the way down from US$59, at This has been discontinued in North America but currently still being sold in France (at 59 Euros). At less than $15, it was a really good deal to try something that has royal jelly and hyaluronic acid in it!

This is an anti-wrinkle cream with Rexaline complex, a combination of hyaluronic acid, polygutamic acid and select essential botanical ingredients. It boosts and optimizes the mechanisms responsible for cell hydration. The Hydra-Dose hydra-adjusting formula delivers instantly and continuously the daily moisture essential for optimal skin performance at the cellular level. It claims to replump wrinkles from within and makes the skin soft, supple and vibrant.

First of all, I love the pump system, which is hygienic. I could have bought the cream version of this, but I am kind of glad I got the tube instead because it is housed in an air tight pump. The texture is more like a thicker lotion than a cream, but spreads very easily on the skin like melted butter. I do hate the scent though – it is very artificial like cheap, putrid perfume – but the hydration is good, so I am willing to overlook that. It still beats Hope In A Jar’s scent.

As for wrinkle-filling, I have been using this for a month and a half, I still have my forehead fine lines, though I did notice my skin isn’t as dry or hydrated. It felt very emollient when you put it on, so I am glad I didn’t get the richer jar version because that would feel really greasy. It does a decent job of keeping my skin hydrated overnight amidst indoor heat. I use this under my sunscreen during the day without problems also.

I won’t complain too much because I only paid US$14.75 for it, but I don’t think I would pay the full price.

Animal testing status of Rexaline is unknown, since there is little information on the manufacturer, which is AG Labs, LLC. The product is made in the USA (Hawthorne, NJ), but IKC SAS International Kontact Consulting has exclusive worldwide distribution and they are based in France, which explains why Rexaline is still being sold at Sephora in France.


Water, hydrogenated polysobutene, glycerin, cetearyl alcohol, cyclopentasiloxane, C4-24 Alky dimethicone/divinyldimethicone, Crosspolymer/isodecyl isononanoate, glyceryl stearate, PEG-10 dimethicone, phenoxyethanol, ceteareth-20, polyacrylamide, dimethicone, tridecyl trimellitate, fragrance, C13-14 isoparaffin, 1,2-hexanediol, caprylyl glycol, disodium EDTA, Laureth-7, Urea, O-Cymen-5-OL, royal jelly extract (royal jelly, sodium hyaluronate, polydethyleneglycol adipate/IPDI copolymer, sodium polygamma-glutamate, centella asiatica extract, tetrahydroxypropyl ethylene, panax ginseng root extract, pentylene glycol, portuaca oleracea extract, tropolone, Yellow 5, Red 40, Limonene, Benzyl Alcohol.

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