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Five Effective Ingredients In Wrinkle Creams

Wrinkle creams are a billion dollar industry, with THOUSANDS of different choices for consumers. How does a person choose? Do you choose an over-the-counter cream or splurge on one that costs $500.00? Are wrinkle creams that are sold in doctors or dermatologists office better? Do you use the whole skin line or just one product? This can be a hotly debated topic with both women and men. Everyone has their favorite that they swear by and others keep searching for their fountain of youth. It can be very confusing. Either way, there are some common and effective ingredients found in wrinkle creams. These ingredients can include Retinol, Hydroxy Acids, Kinetin, Tea Extracts and Argireline. Consumers should look for one of these ingredients in whatever wrinkle cream they decide to use. Studies have shown their effectiveness and durability in reducing wrinkles.

First lets look at Retinol. Retinol is a vitamin A compound. It was one of the first antioxidants used in wrinkle creams. Antioxidants are substances that will neutralize free radicals (unstable oxygen molecules that break down skin cells, which will cause wrinkles). Please note that you should avoid vitamin A derivatives if you are pregnant or nursing. Studies show that they can increase the risk of birth defects.

Next in line are Hydroxy acids. These include alpha, beta and poly hydroxyl acids. They are all synthetic versions of acids derived from sugar-containing fruits. All of the acids act as exfoliates, which remove the upper layer of old, dead skin. This in turn, helps stimulate the growth of new smooth skin. It is important that you wear sunscreen when using any of the hydroxyl acids, for they increase the risk of sunburn.

Kinetin has shown to improve wrinkles and reduce uneven pigmentation. While still unclear exactly how this plant growth factor works, it may help reduce wrinkles by helping skin retain moisture and stimulating the production of collagen.

In the past few years’ tea extracts have become a popular ingredient in wrinkle creams. Several of the big name beauty companies are using tea extracts in their creams. These include green, black and white tea, all which contain antioxidants and anti-inflammatory ingredients. Right now green tea remains the most common, but more products containing the rare white tea are coming into the market.

Lastly, there is Argireline , a relatively new ingredient that is being used in wrinkle creams. It is a peptide that does two things. First, is reduces the appearance of existing wrinkles and then studies have shown that Argireline is effective in stopping wrinkle development.

A $500.00 wrinkle cream may not be better than the $30.00 one. Buying the right wrinkle cream is a personal decision. Everyone has unique and different skin. What works for someone, may have disastrous results for another. Use common sense, do your research on ingredients and see what works the best for your skin.

The Best Anti-Aging Foods for Women

"˜Mind-blowing' discovery could change understanding of how the brain works You are what you eat. And while being that Swedish-Fish-Oreo-meets-ramen-burger-mash-up might feel pretty damn good sometimes, the energy high that comes from wholesome ...

Published:  Mon, 24 Apr 2017 14:38:00 GMT



Anti-Aging Products Market Research Report: : Analysis & Trends 2025

Anti-aging products are on the rise owing to the rise in the aging population, globally. Increasing developments in anti-aging products and their improved efficiency is predicted to drive the anti-aging products market in the coming years. Advancements in ...

Published:  Mon, 24 Apr 2017 16:48:00 GMT



Growth of Anti-Aging Market Driven by Advancements in Technology

The global anti-aging market has witnessed positive growth owing to advancements in technology along with a steady rise in aging population and increasing disposable income of consumers. The market is further expected to grow at a CAGR of 8% during 2017-2021.

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Anti-Aging Drugs Rapamycin and Metformin Decrease Iron

Anti-aging drugs rapamycin and metformin decrease iron. Rapamycin and metformin are the most touted drugs with the potential to increase human lifespan. The noted scientist aging research Vladimir Anissimov says that in metformin, we may finally have an ...

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4 Easy Anti-Aging DIYs That Actually Work

Alright, let's face it: Unless you're Benjamin Button or have access to a Back to the Future time machine, you're going to age-not that that's a bad thing (it sure beats the alternative). But thanks to the advanced formulas crafted from and ...

Published:  Fri, 14 Apr 2017 10:38:00 GMT



Anti Aging Products and Therapies Global Market Research Methodology, Commercial Analysis and Forecast to 2022

According to Publisher, the Global Anti-Aging Products and Therapies market is accounted for $127.9 billion in 2015 and is expected to reach $237.8 billion by 2022 growing at a CAGR of 9.2% from 2015 to 2022. Factors such as increasing demand for anti ...

Published:  Mon, 24 Apr 2017 12:10:00 GMT



10 Best Anti-Aging Oils for Younger Looking Skin

Over time, the natural production of oil in the skin is reduced, and it loses its elasticity, leading to fine lines, wrinkles, and sagging skin. Therefore, in order to maintain the optimal look of the skin, you need to replace the lack of oils with other ...

Published:  Sat, 22 Apr 2017 06:24:00 GMT



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