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Determining The Need for A Prescription Wrinkle Reducer

Aug 9, 2008
There are cases where a prescription wrinkle reducer is needed, particularly for those who are showing signs of very premature aging. For some - the emotional, physical, and mental reasons for using a wrinkle reducer may have a lot to do with their lives, their jobs, and even within themselves. For some, the reason might be cosmetic. Getting a prescription is up to you and your doctor.

Take a look at all the skin care products that line the shelves. There are so many that it can be confusing to choose one. Most people want to stay looking younger for a longer period of time and most will also do or pay anything to reach that goal. Not just any skin care wrinkle reducer will do. I have some information to share with you that will surprise you. It may also make you angry as well.

Wrinkle reducers are supposed to be absorbed into your skin and get rid of wrinkles. While some may show minimal results, others simply do nothing. This is because they have ingredients in them that are ineffective in improving your skin condition. Some ingredients may actually be harmful for your health.

Look at the product label, if you see anything you don't know, words with suffixes that indicate alcohols, or recognize chemicals, do not purchase the product, or if you have it - get rid of it. Some of the chemicals and toxins are being linked through research to illnesses such as cancer, depression, and other illnesses. What upset me the most was learning that the manufacturers' of wrinkle reducers know that this is the case and use them anyway!
The scary part is realizing that for years and years we have used these products oblivious to the risk we were taking.

Here are a few skin facts you might not be aware of. Your skin is the largest organ of your body. It needs special care especially the parts that are exposed. This includes your face, your legs, tops of your forearms, and the backs of your hands and neck. Another important skin fact that you might not realize is that what is absorbed through the skin is also absorbed into the blood stream. This is why chemicals, toxins, and artificial materials are so dangerous.

There are also very safe and effective all natural ingredients and products available. Though they may cost a bit more, I think it's worth it to know we are taking good care of ourselves. Here's a word about some "all natural" products. There are companies who claim their product is all natural but they contain synthetic material with natural occurring substances. All natural should mean just that; products should be made with minerals, extracts from plants, and other natural ingredients. You can tell if it's a good product by seeing if you recognize the ingredients as being natural or if the ingredients are safe enough to eat. You really wouldn't want to eat it but if you somehow ingested it, it would not be dangerous.

An example of this would the Japanese kelp called Phytessence Wakame. As we age, collagen and elastin tend to break down. This kelp keeps them "together". It is also important for body tissue repair. Another example would be a new substance called Cynergy TK that enables your body to grow its collagen and elastin again.

Nano-Lipobelle Q10 is something the skin can easily absorb and use. It is a strong antioxidant that gets rid of the free radicals in your skin. It can also go down to 7 layers of skin reducing lines and wrinkles.

Prescription wrinkle reducers can only be gotten from a physician. It would be between the two of you to decide whether a prescription is necessary or whether an all natural product will be enough. Personally, if it were me, I would always go for the natural route when it comes to skin health.
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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