The dramatic before and after images on Splendyr.com offer persuasive evidence that Splendyr, a facial mask for reducing wrinkles, is a powerful anti-aging product.
However, while taking a closer look I noticed the words “simulated imagery” and “results not typical” beneath most of these pictures. This doesn’t surprise me because of the photo editing software available today.
Nevertheless, I think effective anti-wrinkle products still exist, and Splendyr could be one of them. An in-depth examination of Splendyr’s ingredients and other qualities should reveal this product’s true effects.
Who Makes Splendyr?
Splendyr is made by Clear Skin LLC, a skincare product company based in Salt Lake City, Utah. Clear Skin LLC also makes Levela, a wrinkle cream with the same ingredients as Splendyr.
According to the Better Business Bureau, Clear Skin LLC has been in operation since 2011. The BBB has received nearly 40 complaints about Clear Skin LLC products and billing practices since August 2012. This complaint volume and lack of information about Clear Skin LLC caused the BBB to give this business an F rating.
While BBB ratings aren’t always a sure indicator of a company’s trustworthiness, I’m skeptical about any company that earns such a low rating. Nevertheless, I’m most interested in how effectively Splendyr fights wrinkles and other signs of aging.
What’s in Splendyr?
Splendyr.com lists over a dozen age-defying ingredients that can be found in this anti-aging mask. I researched a few of them to find out if they improve skin health.
DMAE is an organic chemical related to the neurotransmitter acetylcholine.  Healthy skin cells regularly create acetylcholine.  DMAE skin creams increase skin firmness and reduce inflammation, possibly through increasing skin’s acetylcholine production. 
MSM is used to reduce scar tissue, stretch marks, and wrinkles.  In one study, scientists applied MSM cream to mice repeatedly exposed to ultraviolet light. The MSM cream reduced skin inflammation.  However, more research is needed to prove MSM minimizes signs of aging in human skin. 
Lipoic acid is an antioxidant used to repair existing skin damage and prevent future signs of aging.  A study published in 2003 showed 5% alpha lipoic acid cream reduced skin roughness by 50%.  But, Splendyr’s lipoic acid concentration isn’t revealed to consumers, so it may not work as effectively as the studied skin cream.
But, hyaluronic acid molecules must be a certain size to penetrate skin and be effective against wrinkles when applied topically.  Splendyr’s hyaluronic acid molecules may or may not be in that size range.
Resveratrol is an antioxidant found in grapes and red wine. Some spas offer red wine baths as an anti-aging skin treatment. However, resveratrol research currently only shows it’s a powerful sunscreen when used on animals. More research is needed to assess the anti-aging effects of topically applied resveratrol. 
How Often Should Splendyr Be Used?
Splendyr is recommended to be used 2 to 3 times every week. Wash and dry your face before applying the mask. Leave it on for 10 minutes, allowing its ingredients to penetrate deep into skin, before washing it off.
Where Can Splendyr Be Purchased?
Splendyr is sold online at Splendyr.com and various related websites. These websites rarely advertise Splendyr’s price. Instead, they usually offer a sample or trial of Splendyr for first-time customers.
Those who take advantage of this Splendyr sample pay only shipping charges to receive their first jar. But, after 15 days, customers are charged full price for this “sample” jar unless they cancel their enrollment in Splendyr’s auto-ship program before that date.
In the auto-ship program, customers automatically receive a new Splendyr jar every several weeks. For people who like Splendyr, this auto-ship program is a convenient way to buy this wrinkle-fighting mask. However, it’s probably a hassle for people who only wanted the Splendyr sample to cancel their membership.
Will Splendyr Minimize Signs of Skin Aging?
Based on its ingredients, Splendyr should reduce wrinkles, fine lines, age spots, and other skin problems that come with age. But, questions about pricing, the auto-ship program, and consumer complaints make me wary to recommend Splendyr outright.
If you think Splendyr’s impressive ingredient list outweighs concerns about billing, you should give this wrinkle-fighting mask a chance.