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. Continue reading
A beautiful face is an asset; an asset is something that is of value. Anything of value should be taken care of. But what if our face starts to become the liability because of wrinkles? Can we still do something about it? The answer to these non- ending questions is, YES! If wrinkles caused the damage, we can still do something about it; we can reduce face wrinkles and let them appear as if they were never there.
Wrinkles aren’t the end of our rope; we need not fret for something can be done, a lot of things can still be done. There are numerous proven ways to reduce face wrinkles. First option, if we only seek gradual improvement in the appearance of fine lines on the face, we can resort to over- the- counter wrinkle treatments; must- have treatments are those with ingredients like peptides, retinol, kinetin and coenzyme Q10 because they can give us better results than others without them. We must remember though, those treatments purchased over- the- counter hold only low concentrations of active ingredients thus, results are gradual (as mentioned earlier) and minimal. 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