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Do anti-wrinkle creams really work?

Some of them, they spend quite a bit more developing their products than they do on advertising them. Some of them put very little into advertising and have a really good product.

BY: GEOFF HOPKINS

Anti-wrinkle creams have been specifically designed to moisturize and firm the skin, and lessen the effects of shadows. Part of the way the wrinkle treatments work is in the massaging of the cream into your face, which stimulates blood flow and helps start the healing process.

While not all wrinkle creams have the right ingredients, most of them do and they can significantly help your skin to rehydrate, causing the skin to become more firm, thus reducing the appearance of wrinkles. Some of the important ingredients include Ascorbyl Palmitate, Idebenone, Collagen, and Alpha Lipoic Acid. These all have a specific function in rehydrating and firming the skin. UV protection is also another common helpful ingredient in wrinkle treatment creams to help prevent further sun damage.

Certainly most anti-wrinkle products will contain ingredients that are unique to its own formula, and each product is developed with a specific aim towards the overall intention of combating wrinkles. It is recommended that a product should be trialed for a minimum of 30 days to properly evaluate its effectiveness, although some products will give you visible results in as little as two weeks or less.

The question may not be "do anti-wrinkle creams work?", but "which product is right for me?". (SOURCE: ArticleBiz.com)

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