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What Is A Wrinkle Reducer?

Aug 9, 2008
I don't think I need to explain what a wrinkle is, but some information on what a wrinkle reducer is could be helpful. To reduce something is to make it less, so a wrinkle reducer is meant to reduce wrinkles by smoothing your skin. The deeper it gets into the skin the greater the benefit.

If you are trying to find out which one is best for you, you can do it in a number of ways. You could go to the store and see the countless products that line shelves and pick one at random, or you research wrinkle reducers and learn about them. Since you are reading this article, I am guessing you are already searching. You could get suggestions from your doctor as well.

Have you ever wondered what kind of "stuff" they put in the lotions and creams we've all used? Have you wondered too, how safe these products really are for your use? I have to admit, I didn't really give it a thought until I started searching for information myself.

The ingredients should be all natural. Great! I'll just get a bottle of "all natural" wrinkle cream and I'll be all set. Not so fast; some people use all natural to include synthetic ingredients with naturally occurring substances. These faux proteins are not recognized or used by the body in the same way that "real" proteins are.

The danger lies in the fact that not only synthetic ingredients are used but chemicals, toxins, and preservatives are also very commonly used in many skin care products. Fragrances are often added as well. These ingredients, it is being discovered, can be linked to depressive illness, some cancers, and other health conditions. You should know that what you put on your skin is also absorbed into your blood stream. With each application, you could be putting your health and the health of your skin at risk. You wouldn't drink a cocktail of toxins, chemicals, and various substances.

There is good news in all of this too though. There are products that have only natural ingredients in them. Natural products are made with plant essential extracts, minerals, and other naturally occurring substances. This means that if you wanted to, you could eat the ingredients without concern.

That is a good way to read the label of a wrinkle reducer product. If you recognize what's in the product of choice as being safe to eat then by all means continue its use or purchase it. If on the other hand you see chemicals, preservatives or other toxins listed, toss it or put it back on the shelf.

There are three active ingredients that should be in high concentration in a wrinkle reducer that are safe and very effective. They include Cynergy TK and it works by enabling the body to grow collagen and elastin on its own again. Nano-Lipobelle CoQ10 is the nano-emulsified form of Coenzyme Q10 and is quickly absorbed up to 7 layers deep in the skin. A Japanese algae holds collagen and elastin fibers together with Hyaluronic acid acting as a glue. Hyaluronan is an integral part of tissue repair. These 3 ingredients together make up the strongest available skin care product compound. They are very safe ingredients and very effective.

Being an educated consumer can only benefit your health and well-being. A good company will provide a way of asking questions and will also provide two things: a trial period and a money back guarantee.
About the Author
Jean Helmet is a dedicated researcher of skin care products. She shares her research on her website - Natural Skincare. If you have unwanted wrinkles, fine lines and damaged skin, visit -How to achieve the best looking skin
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