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Sunday, September 13, 2015

Best Wrinkle Creams

Generally, women and wrinkles are natural born enemies.  Manufacturers of cosmetic creams know this and have developed a series of wrinkle creams that are overwhelming to say the least.  They all promise to erase wrinkles, lighten dark eye circles and firm sagging skin.  If you’re wondering which cream is right for you – that’s hard to say. 

Everybody’s skin is different and what’s right for your friend may not be right for you.  If you’re happy with the first cream you try, great.  If not, you might have to try another and another.  Following are some wrinkle cream tips that should help:

Tip #1:  Use, application, and suitability

Perhaps the most important tip is that a wrinkle cream should be used every day, preferably twice a day.  When applying, the cream should not be smoothed on the skin, but lightly tapped in with clean fingertips.  Equally important is that the cream should be suitable for your skin type. 

Tip #2:  Research a wrinkle cream before purchase

As an example, Olay Total Effects claims to treat more than wrinkles by also targeting age spots, dryness and puffiness with the end result being smoother skin texture.  This wrinkle cream promises a lot, but on-line reviews question its ingredients and state that the cream actually lacks the promised human stem cells and peptides that are supposed to fight wrinkles.
A word-of-mouth recommendation is always helpful in trying to find a wrinkle cream that really delivers on advertising promises.

Tip #3:  Consider some highly rated wrinkle creams

·       LifeCell: Currently rated very high is a product called LifeCell with a key ingredient called Deanol.  This substance causes skin cells to expand, causing skin to look fuller and reduce the appearance of wrinkles.  Another ingredient is antioxidant Ascorbyl Palmitate formulated to improve the overall appearance of your skin.  Not only will it attack wrinkles, it will also reduce the appearance of pores and age spots.

·       Roc:  Not only has Roc been trusted by women since 1957, it is also one of the most economical wrinkle cream fighters.  Roc uses Retinol to not only encourage skin renewal, but to tighten skin.  After regular use, many women claim that their skin is softer and suppler with less noticeable wrinkles. 

·       DDF Wrinkle:  DDF Wrinkle is a doctor formulated moisturizing serum that uses quite a unique approach in the fight against wrinkles.  Instead of tightening the skin or using fillers, DDF Wrinkle uses a peptide complex to relax away wrinkles as well as restore your skin’s collagen while, at the same time, exfoliating and minimizing pores. 

·       Bambola Beauty:  If you don’t trust chemical based products and prefer natural ingredients on your skin, there are many companies now that offer plant and mineral based products.  A good example is Bambola.  Their Intensive Eye Cream deals not only with wrinkles, but makers claim it also attacks moisture loss and collagen breakdown.  Bambola offers a wide range of skin products without the use of parabens, preservatives, artificial colors and fragrances

Tip #4:  Wrinkle cream cautions

These wrinkle cream tips also come with a word of caution.  As with all wrinkle-fighting creams, some ingredients can cause irritation, a burning sensation, dryness, a rash, peeling and inflammation.  It is recommended that before buying a cream, you should test it on the skin of your neck and wait at least 24 hours.  Even if the wrinkle cream is safe for your skin, stay out of the sun as wrinkle-fighting creams do not react well to direct sunlight.

Think before you buy a wrinkle cream and do your research.

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