How many creams Have you tried to reduce the effects of aging and improve the quality of your skin? Fortunately, we live in the era of high technology and bio-technology, and anti-aging products are really effective. Therefore, it is only a question of finding the right information.
We know the anti-wrinkle function of Botox, so imagine the savings to be achieved when you can use a cream with the same effect and reduce these expensive injections of your skin care budget! And we often hear about boosting our collagen production to give our skin that younger look. Peptides and neuropeptides act at the cellular level to reinvigorate the skin. As a result, they are good, hard-working, efficient components that will pay for the money spent and the time spent using it.
Currently, Peter Thomas Roth's Un-Wrinkle creams are among the best anti-aging products on the market, as they work at the same time: to relax wrinkles and invigorate the skin. Roth's innovative products and kits to fight wrinkles include its proprietary ingredient, Un-Wrinkle, a patent-pending blend of six peptides and active anti-wrinkle and anti-wrinkle neuropeptides. Peptides act on the skin at the molecular level and neuropeptides relax muscles such as Botox.
In addition, many recent clinical studies indicate that the active nano-ingredients used for collagen production are the perfect way to effectively reverse the signs of aging. They are
(1) Nanolipobelle HEQ10, which is a nano-version of Co10,
2) Cynergy TK and
(3) Wakame kelp.
Cutaneous and anti-aging products containing these ingredients promise to change the texture of your skin at the molecular level. Only nanoscale ingredients are able to stimulate collagen, and only a dermatologist can treat you with these three nanoproducts, although an oral CoQ10 with molecular immersion capabilities is available.
Although Roth's products do not include these specifically identified nano-ingredients, they contain the underlying peptides and neuropeptides that act as part of a similar nano process to invigorate the skin at the molecular level. The peptides used in Roth skin care direct skin cells to a certain behavior by producing more collagen and thickening the skin.
Retinol remains a very effective, reliable and proven anti-aging and anti-wrinkle ingredient. Retinol is one of many anti-wrinkle creams. Neutrogena and RoC have particularly effective anti-aging products whose active ingredient is retinol. Neutrogena's Rapid Wrinkle Repair Night Moisturizer reduces wrinkles with the fastest retinol formula available and outstanding results are visible in just one week. In addition, RoC offers a range of retinol products that penetrate the skin's surface to stimulate the skin's natural process and reduce deep wrinkles. The women claimed to have lost 10 years because of the appearance of their skin after 12 weeks of use.
While effective retinol products are improved, effective peptide products, such as Roth's, reach the top spot. The combination of Roth peptides permanently reduces the appearance of fine lines, deep wrinkles and expression wrinkles, manifested by lion wrinkles, paws, wrinkles and fine lines. . The texture and tone of the skin is smoothed and refined leaving the skin looking younger and more radiant. Customers have made these claims in their evaluations and Roth's clinical studies document a proven 72% reduction in wrinkle size in 28 days. Impressive!
With Internet research, you can also find comparative studies, real customer reviews and competitive prices for your favorite anti-aging products. In searching for my own youth serum, I discovered a tremendous amount of information in biotechnology, recent clinical studies and studied most of the products offered by the media – magazines, television and the Internet. Studying the active ingredients and sharing these results with others is now a personal goal. So, I can confidently recommend that one of the finest retinol products, the three nano-ingredients listed above (as a dermatologist may prescribe you) or any anti-aging peptide-neuropeptide product like Roth's futuristic methods that, ironically, go back in time!
(c) 2012 Elizabeth McMillian