Wrinkle Creams

Written by Serena Berger
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Wrinkle creams promise a lot; how can you be sure you are getting what you pay for? First, you need to understand why wrinkles occur. Essentially, they are an inevitable result of changes that occur as you age, because your body produces fewer structural proteins in the deeper layers of your skin. Without these elastic proteins keeping the skin soft and smooth, skin sinks into tiny cervices that result from the diminished layer of interior proteins.

The best anti wrinkle creams, then, induce production of those same structural proteins. Collagen, elastin, and fibronectin are the ones you've probably heard of, and the ones that the newest wrinkle creams claim to replace, or get your body to replace. A lot of this skin care technology is still in early stages, but clients have experienced early success with these state-of-the-art wrinkle creams.

Moisturizers can also help with the appearance of wrinkles. When the outer layers of skin are moisturized, they are plumper and softer, and skin is less likely to sink into wrinkles. A non-oily moisturizer is ideal for fighting the appearance of wrinkles.

Area Targeted Wrinkle Creams

There are creams that target specific areas of the body, in many cases with additional benefits to that area. Under eye, mouth, neck, and hand wrinkles are all sources of discontent for many women, and you should be able to find creams designed specifically for the needs of those areas. The Internet can lead you to more information on wrinkles and the best way to treat and prevent them.


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