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Finding The Best Wrinkle Reducer For Your Skin

Aug 10, 2008
There are some things that you need to know before you decide on the best wrinkle reducer for your skin. There are hundreds if not thousands of products to choose from. Each one makes its own claim of being the best product even to the point of naming competitors names.

What type of skin do you have? This is important because some manufactures design their product to be used on a certain type of skin. There is oily, dry, combination, normal, and sensitive skin types.

You can test yourself to find out what type of skin you likely have. Soon after you get up in the morning take a plain dry tissue and wipe your face with it. If you find oil on the tissue you have oily or greasy skin. If you find oil on the middle panel of the tissue your skin is probably combination skin. If you find no oil, you likely have normal or dry skin.

Wash your face with water and a non-greasy soap. If after a few minutes your skin feels tight or like it is stretching you have dry skin. If none of these things occur, your skin is probably normal.

Sensitive skin is a different thing altogether. If you get itchy irritated skin just doing your regular skin care or if you get rashes and other irritations, your skin is sensitive. This means that extra care must be taken.

Everything is made with something or more than one thing and we call these ingredients. Wrinkle reducers are no different and they have many ingredients. They are supposed to make your skin look younger and reduce your wrinkles.

The sad truth is that many of them don't work. The fact that a product has an expensive price does not necessarily mean that it will work or that it beneficial for your skin. The culprits are some of the ingredients that manufacturers' use and many of them are downright dangerous. In fact, they truly have no place in any skin care products.

There is a way you can determine if the product you have interest in is safe to use.
Take a look at the label's list of ingredients. If there any you don't recognize or cannot pronounce do not purchase it or continue to use it. If there are suffixes that appear at the end of alcohols or other chemicals, this is another reason not to get the product or continue to use it on your skin. Keep in mind that what is absorbed through your skin is absorbed into your blood stream. You may be putting your skin and your health at unnecessary risk.

Some of the more harmful ingredients include chemicals, some of which are carcinogenic, alcohols, and even fragrances can fall in to this category. Fragrances may be made with toxic ingredients themselves. If you don't recognize an ingredient you could look it up to see what it is.

Now there are also very good ingredients that are not only safe but effective. This may sound utterly ridiculous but if the ingredients look like they are safe to eat, chances are the product is safe to put on your skin. You most likely wouldn't eat the ingredients, but if you accidentally ingested them, you would not be harmed.

Would you believe that algae from Japan is a great active ingredient even in the best wrinkle reducers? It blocks an enzyme that works to break down elastin and collagen fibers. A substance called Hyaluronan is a component of the skin and important in tissue repair.

A new substance called Cynergy TK is a new substance that actually helps the body to grow collagen and elastin again. It helps keep your skin firm as well as flexible. It may also help the skin to keep the much needed moisture to be healthy.

Nano-Lipobelle H-EQ10 is a form of CoQ10 that is nano-emulsified. It easily penetrates 7 layers of the skin giving you smoother and younger looking skin. Nano-Lipobelle is a strong antioxidant, which means it gets rid of free radicals in your skin.

The Japanese algae is called Phytessence Wakame. Together with Cynergy TK and Nano-Lipobelle H-EQ10 make the most powerful skin care compound that is available. These three active ingredients should be found in any skin care product.

The best wrinkle reducer is one that is effective. It will be safe to use (even eat). It will have no artificial ingredients, chemicals or other toxins. It will however also be all natural meaning nothing synthetic, no fillers, and no preservatives will be found in the product.

Price wise it might be a bit more, but for your health and safety, I think it is worth it. You are worth it!
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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