There can be a specific type or brand of wrinkle cream you prefer over the other. Why is that so? Is it just because of the brand? Is it because you found it effective from a friend? Or is it because you have proven it effective on your own skin?
There are a lot of brands of this particular item available in beauty shops. But how do they differ from one another? Are they all effective?
Well, as for efficacy, these products are all clinically proven effective before they are actually allowed (by the government) to be out in the market. But still we all know the efficacy level of a wrinkle cream would depend on the one who actually applies it. It would vary according to one’s skin type, diet, habits and even that person’s environment.
Now I bet you will ask me, how then could we choose among those brands? And I would say you “check the label”. Try to inspect first the components of the cream. Does it contain something that could be beneficial to your own skin in preventing wrinkles? Retinol, hydroxyl acids, tea extracts, peptides, coenzyme Q10 and kinetin are the most common ingredients found in wrinkle creams as per MayoClinic.com.
Each ingredient has its specific function and benefits for the skin. However, each type of skin also has its own particular needs in order to maintain its youthfulness. By first knowing the prerequisites of your skin could help you decide on which brand of wrinkle cream would be more advantageous for you.