While there are many people that use wrinkle creams, there are 2 or 3 others that would like to, but don’t because of their skepticism. It is certainly true that the cosmetic industry has not done a good job at instilling confidence in the average user. That said, we are going to look at the notion of whether wrinkle creams actually work, or if it’s all just a shame.
Since you are reading this article it is likely that you have reached an age where you are wanting to prevent wrinkles from happening, or they have already begun to show and you would like to reduce or eliminate them. There will likely come a time in the future where we will live out the duration of our lives looking as we look in our 30’s. But that time has not yet arrived.
If you have not yet tried any wrinkle creams, then I would encourage you to do so. It is true that most will only get very modest results, but some creams are showing ever increasing results. The bottom line is that some creams do have noticeable effects and are well worth using.
In recent years scientific studies have found that certain chronic illness such as type 2 diabetes and heart attacks can be reduced or eliminated by making lifestyle changes. In a similar way, if we can correct some of the aging effects that are leading to wrinkles, then we can reduce or eliminate them.
When we begin to age, our skin loses its elasticity and is no longer able to make the same amount of collagen as it could when we were younger. How we can prevent or restore our skin is by helping it to replenish these natural ingredients it needs to return to a similar state when you were young.
Because most Americans, as well as many others around the world are perpetually dehydrated, this sets us up for skin that is also dehydrated. Combined with the fact that skin naturally loses its ability to retain water at the same rate as it did when we were young, means that part of our problem is skin that is very dehydrated.
That brings us back to the solution being to restore what the skin has lost. As long as we fail to do so, our wrinkles will continue to get worse and worse.
So what makes a good wrinkle cream? The most important aspect of a cream is of course its ingredients. If the ingredients are poor quality, then the results will be as well. If the cream supports the skin naturally and helps to replenish what it has lost, then the results will be much better.
Look for creams with vitamin E and linolenic acid as these help protect and restore the skin. Creams should also have antioxidants as these help fight against free radicals. Ingredients like keratin is another important ingredient that can help skin to retain its elasticity.
Remember that there are often things we can do if only we would. Drink lots of water and use wrinkle creams with quality ingredients and you will see a big difference. If you would like to learn more or read more on this subject why not visit www.santefoncia.com which has a great resource for you to read.