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Why Is Liomen The Most Scientifically Advanced Anti-Aging Cream For Men You Can Buy?

Far too many men’s anti-aging creams contain a mix of ingredients with little to zero PROVEN benefit. Liomen is different. Formulated by a renowned dermatological specialist, Liomen utilizes the latest understanding on the science of anti-ageing creams for men so it performs BETTER.


Each active anti-aging ingredient is carefully chosen based upon the latest clinical research on skincare, skin quality and proven anti-ageing for men effects.


Even better, we combine these ingredients in a unique way so that each leverages and increases the impact of the others.


In combination, they deliver three key anti-aging benefits to your skin:



Dehydrated skin leaves you vulnerable to dark under-eyes, increased incidence of fine lines and wrinkles, and dull epidermis.

But Liomen's anti-aging cream for men gets to work by nourishing your skin instantly, then locking in all of those benefits long-term. This is achieved by using two key anti-aging ingredients: Aloe Vera and Hyaluronic Acid.


Aloe Vera has been used for centuries to help maintain healthy skin. It was so revered in Egyptian times it acquired the name “the plant of immortality”. Coming right back to the present day, we can say for sure that Aloe Vera is packed with vitamins, enzymes, minerals, sugars, lignin, saponins, salicylic acids, and amino acids (1).

Specifically, the Vitamin A and Vitamin E in Aloe Vera make it particularly useful for anyone suffering from tired-looking skin (2). Not only does it serve to immediately hydrate the skin, at a cellular level it ‘sticks’ skin cells, resulting in smoother and softer skin (3).

And that’s not all, because Aloe Vera can also help reduce visible lines and fine wrinkles on the face. By improving elasticity and repairing skin cells, it can prevent premature ageing (4). Little wonder it is one of the first ingredients you’ll find in Liomen.



(1) Amar Surjushe, Resham Vasani, and D G Saple (2008) Aloe Vera: A Short Review. Indian Journal of Dermatology

(2) Oliver Grundmann, BPharm,ms,PHD (2012) Aloe Vera Gel Research Review - An Overview of its Clinical Uses and Proposed Mechanisms of Action. Natural Medical Journal

(3) Lizelle Fox et al. (2014) In Vivo Skin Hydration and Anti-erythema Effects of Aloe Vera,
Aloe Ferox and Aloe Marlothii Gel Materials After Single and Multiple Applications.
Pharmacognosy Magazine

(4) Akhil Agarwal, Nidhi Dwivedi (2013) Aloe Vera: Magic or Myth. SRM Journal of Research
in Dental Sciences


When it comes to smooth, wrinkle-free skin hydration, science says that Hyaluronic Acid (HA) is a Holy Grail. Don’t let the name put you off! It may sound scary, but HA is actually a naturally occurring sugar found throughout your body. So, why do you need more of it?

As we age, our HA levels decrease, making us susceptible to sagging and wrinkles. This problem is exacerbated by environmental factors. You may be particularly susceptible if you live in urban areas (1). This degradation in HA matters as HA holds water molecules to the surface of the skin to keep it hydrated. Low HA levels equal low hydration, and low hydration means wrinkles. No problem no longer, as Liomen is designed to keep those critical HA levels pumped up.

And because HA is present in all our bodies, it works on any skin type - even those with sensitive skin or prone to acne. It means you could be enjoying skin that is more hydrated, more smooth and more elastic in just two weeks (2) when you choose Liomen.



(1) Eleni Papakonstantinou et al. (2012) Hyaluronic Acid: A Key Molecule in Skin Aging. Journal of Dermato-Endocrinology

(2) S. Manjula Jegasothy, MD et al. (2014) Efficacy of a New Topical Nano-hyaluronic Acid in Humans. Journal of Aesthetic Dermatology



Just like any living thing, your skin needs nutrients and vitamins in order to nourish and renew. It’s where most off-the-shelf anti-aging skincare formulas are weak. They choose to omit expensive vitamins, oils and nature-based anti-aging ingredients, so you don’t get to see your skin’s full potential.


Vitamin E is a skincare powerhouse. This essential nutrient is used by your body to support your immune system, to help your skin cells regenerate and as an effective antioxidant (1). However, UV light from the sun can dramatically reduce your skin’s Vitamin E levels.

This environmental war fought between the elements and your skin can be aided to some extent by absorbing Vitamin E through diet. However, many people particularly benefit when it is applied topically to the skin overnight, increasing Vitamin E stored within the sebaceous glands (2).

In several studies, Vitamin E has been shown to decrease the appearance of dark under-eye circles, reduce the effect of harmful UV exposure, and prevent oxidative damage caused by free radicals (2) (3).

Liomen ensures your skin receives the Vitamin E it needs, all in a light and non-greasy formulation suitable for all skin types. If you think it’s time to fight back against environmental oxidative damage, use Liomen as your ammunition.



(1) Lawrence E. Gibson, M.D. et al. (2021) Vitamin E. Mayo Clinic

(2) Alexander J. Michels, Ph.D. (2012) Vitamin E and Skin Health. Oregon State University

(3) Mohammad Abid Keen and Iffat Hassan (2016) Vitamin E in Dermatology. Indian Dermatology Online Journal


    Contains a powerful antioxidant that protects and repairs your cells, making dull skin look healthier (1).


    A 2013 study found that Argan Oil can protect the skin against free radical damage caused by the sun, reducing the risk of uneven skin tone (2).


    Jojoba Oil has antioxidant, antimicrobial and antifungal properties. It’s also an effective humectant, which means it seals your skin with a protective barrier to retain vital moisture (4).


    Gram-for-gram, rosehips contain more Vitamin C than oranges or lemons. Latest research suggests that Vitamin C can help reverse the effects of UV (sun) damage which can leave skin wrinkled and patchy (5).


    Passionfruit Oil (sometimes called Maracuja Oil) is rich in vitamins and essential fatty acids (6). These acids serve to keep the skin plump and youthful, whilst Vitamin A gets to work on fine lines and wrinkles.


    Arnica is a yellow herb that has been used for centuries to treat skin conditions. And the studies back up its efficacy - especially when used to treat puffiness and dark circles under the eye (7).


    Apple Extract (Pyrus Malus Fruit) not only protects your skin from harmful free radicals, it also acts as a very mild exfoliator, helping shed hard dead skin, leaving you with a smoother, softer complexion.


    Watermelon Oil is incredibly hydrating as it is rich in Linoleic Acid. Those who suffer from acne may particularly benefit, as Linoleic Acid is produced in lower-than-normal levels for acne sufferers. Even better, as it helps deliver ingredients deep into the skin, it partners perfectly with Retinol (8).


(1) Medical College of Georgia (2003) Green Tea Linked to Skin Cell Rejuvenation. Science Daily

(2) Myra O. Villareal et al. (2013) Activation of MITF by Argan Oil Leads to the Inhibition of the Tyrosinase and Dopachrome Tautomerase Expressions in B16 Murine Melanoma Cells. Evidence-Based Complementary and Alternative Medicine

(3) M J Werman, S Mokady, M E Nimni, I Neeman (1991) The Effect of Various Avocado Oils on Skin Collagen Metabolism. Connect Tissue Research

(4) M Estanqueiro, J Conceição, M H Amaral, J M Sousa Lobo (2014) Characterization, Sensorial Evaluation and Moisturizing Efficacy of Nanolipidgel Formulations. International Journal of Cosmetic Science

(5) Borut Poljšak and Raja Dahmane (2012) Free Radicals and Extrinsic Skin Aging. Dermatology Research and Practice

(6) Johannes Kiefer et al. (2019) Identification of Passion Fruit Oil Adulteration by Chemometric Analysis of FTIR Spectra. Molecules Journal

(7) C Stevinson et al. (2003) Homeopathic Arnica for Prevention of Pain and Bruising. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine

(8) B Komane et al. (2017) The Topical Efficacy and Safety of Citrullus lanatus Seed Oil: A Short-Term Clinical Assessment. South African Journal of Botany



By combining Retinol with Collagen, you benefit from increased skin elasticity which delivers the benefit of
tighter, smoother skin.

Liomen expertise has managed to encapsulate these two anti-aging ingredients in a unique matrix. We call our proprietary ingredient RETAGEN-X. And because these ingredients form the foundation of all healthy, glowing skin, it doesn’t matter if your skin is dry, oily, acne-prone or blemished - Liomen's anti-aging cream for men is guaranteed to work for you.


Why do so many dermatologists recommend this anti-aging skincare superstar? Because Retinoids are one of the most studied - and validated - ingredients in the sphere of skincare.

Retinoids are compounds derived from Vitamin A. There are several variants, some of which are prescription only. We selected Retinol as it is safe and gentle, whilst still proving effective.

Respected scientists have proven that Retinol can reverse skin changes caused by ageing and sun damage (1) and reduce fine lines and wrinkles by increasing the production of Collagen (2). One study into Retinol found the anti-ageing effect it offers to be ‘significant’ (3).

This wonder anti-aging ingredient supercharges the regeneration of skin cells. New, fresh skin cells are brought to the surface up to 50% faster thanks to Retinol. This fresh skin is noticeably brighter and more elastic - the hallmark of youthful skin.

But Retinol is just one key ingredient in our proprietary RETAGEN-X formulation. For truly great skin, Retinol needs to work hand-in-hand with Collagen.



 (1) Siddharth Mukherjee et al. (2006) Retinoids in the Treatment of Skin Ageing: An Overview of Clinical Efficacy and Safety. Clinical Interventions in Aging

(2) Harvard Medical School (2019) Do Retinoids Really Reduce Wrinkles? Harvard Medical
School Publishing

(3) Rong Kong et al. (2016) A Comparative Study of the Effects of Retinol and Retinoic Acid on Histological, Molecular, and Clinical Properties of Human Skin. Journal of Cosmetic


Collagen is a crucial protein that supports the skin. Collagen acts as a form of scaffolding, keeping the skin firm and taut.

However, by the age of 40, as men we may have lost up to 30% of the Collagen we had in our youth. That which is produced is of lower quality. A noticeable, visible sign of this Collagen erosion is wrinkling and sagging.

However, science agrees that the topical application of a product containing Collagen improves the appearance of skin by minimizing lines and wrinkles. One 2019 study concluded that objective dermatological measurements proved that Collagen improved skin hydration, elasticity, roughness, and density (1).

But as with everything in life, quality counts. Not all Collagen is created equal. Liomen
utilizes premium Marine Collagen. Classed as ‘Type 1’ Collagen, this has been
shown to have the best implications for anti-aging (2).



 (1) Liane Bolke et al. (2019) A Collagen Supplement Improves Skin Hydration, Elasticity, Roughness, and Density: Results of a Randomized, Placebo-Controlled, Blind Study. Nutrients

 (2) Tiago H. Silva et al. (2014) Marine Origin Collagens and Its Potential Applications. Marine Drugs

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Ready to change your skin? Ready to change your life? A 7-second nightly routine is all it takes to repair, restore and preserve your skin.

Easy to use:

Simply apply 1-3 pumps of Liomen to your fingers and massage into your skin each night.

Dermatologist Developed:

Liomen offers dermatologist-approved lab-grade anti-aging skincare that has proven to be effective.

Fast, Noticeable Results:

You (and others!) can expect to see noticeable improvements in just 14 days.

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