‘I have tried almost everything just to get these wrinkles reduced’ exclaimed a woman who was just about at her 40’s. I was not far from where she stood and I could not help but notice the lines and creases on her face, hands and arms. Anyone who saw her with all those wrinkles can surely say that she needed help and fast. I can personally say that she needed the best wrinkle reducer.
What is a wrinkle reducer? A wrinkle reducer as I define it is a treatment that has the ability to reduce the appearance of wrinkles on one’s skin. Wrinkles are a common problem among men and women alike. The sight of all those folds, creases and lines are really bothering and irritating to the eye. There are a lot of wrinkle reducers being sold in the market today; many ads have been posted over the internet, dermatological clinics, television and even the radio. With all these choices that we have, we really need to know what the best wrinkle reducer is. Continue reading
It was nearly noon and applicants were rushing to our office. We were looking for a hotel receptionist. I was sitting in the conference room waiting for the applicants to be interviewed. One after the other they were called in, but my mind was somehow flying around the area; I was not listening to their answers to my questions. Instead, I was taking a good look at the wanna-be’s faces. It was quite distracting ‘cause some had fair skin but some at their very young age had a couple of lines here and there. Now, I couldn’t help but think about me and my younger days. Did I look like the ladies with fair skin or those with line-filled faces? I wanted to find a solution, a wrinkle remover that will help me look my best even when my age steps out of the calendar. Continue reading
When it comes to treating our wrinkles, we always want to choose among the best wrinkle treatments given by experts. There are actually a lot of known treatments for wrinkles. Here, let me have them into three (3) general groups – medications, skin resurfacing techniques and surgery.
The first one is through medications which is the most common and low risk treatment. This is simply achieved using topical creams and moisturizers. Creams usually contain antioxidants such as Vitamin C and Vitamin A together with moisturizers that would rehydrate skin cells and sunscreen to protect the skin from further sun damage and dehydration. Continue reading