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A Guide to Fixing Wrinkles

A Guide to Fixing Wrinkles

Nobody wants to get up in the morning and see more wrinkles when they look in the mirror. However, fixing wrinkles is not something that happens on its own. We can not avoid wrinkles without we take extra care of our skin and since we all want our skin to look younger what is the most effective way to bring this about?

Discovering ways to remove wrinkles has been something that people have been working on for hundreds of years. This has led to many forms of wrinkle removal that have come over time. In recent years hundreds of wrinkle creams have been developed which has led to even more confusion on this subject.

The problem we face today is that most of the skin care products on the market are no longer natural like they were a hundred years ago. If you look at what is available on the shelves of your local drug store, you will see primarily inexpensive, chemical materials and synthetic fillers that are added to wrinkle creams. As you look for ways of fixing wrinkles, educate yourself. The most effective creams to remove wrinkles will not have chemical ingredients that are developed in a lab somewhere. Avoid buying anything that contains mineral oil, fragrances or paraben preservatives.

Mineral oil is a byproduct of the petroleum industry and all it does is make you feel like your skin is improving. However, in reality it damages the skin. Mineral oil will clog your pores, which leads to trapped bacteria and blemishes. It also keeps your skin from breathing. This is not only bad for the skin, but it also can create health problems because your body eliminates toxins through the skin.

Fragrances and parabens will both lead to premature aging rather than helping with fixing wrinkles. They are both chemical substances that do not belong on your skin. If you want to smell nice, which we all do, it is always best to use a small amount of perfume or cologne rather than spreading it all over your skin in the form of a skin cream.

And there is absolutely no reason to use artificial preservatives. Parabens have been linked to breast cancer and various other health issues. Instead, look for natural preservatives such as vitamin E which is also a great anti-oxidant and helps with the production of collagen. This way the conservative actually acts as a way of fixing wrinkles, rather than causing them.

Ok, here's where it gets good. We've looked at ingredients to avoid in your anti wrinkle creams. But what should those creams include? In recent years many very effective, all natural substances have been developed that are extremely effective. My website discusses many of them. Let's talk about two here.

The first ingredient to look for is called Cynergy TK. This substance was developed in New Zealand from the wool of sheep. We all know that hair is 100% protein. Well, Cynergy TK, coming from Sheep's wool has very high levels of the protein keratin. It also includes vitamin E which we have already seen is a natural preservative.

With this combination of keratin and vitamin E, Cynergy TK is able to be absorbed deep into the skin where it supports the body's own production of collagen and elastin. As collagen and elastin levels increase, the skin begins to fill out and wrinkles diminish. This makes Cynergy TK a great way to remove wrinkles.

A second ingredient to consider is known as Phytessence Wakame. When it comes to fixing wrinkles, this ingredient is effective because it nourishes the skin in ways few other things can. Wakame is a Japanese sea kelp that has been used for centuries to improve the health of the body as well as the beauty of the skin. Coming from the sea, it is rich in vitamins and minerals.

There you have it. The most effective ways of fixing wrinkles (short of medical procedures that usually only have temporary results) is by using anti wrinkle creams and lotions that use only natural ingredients proven to remove wrinkles by rebuilding collagen and elastin in the skin.

Because many of these ingredients are produced in New Zealand, you will need to look to small niche skin care companies to find them. Most of the large western companies where the emphasis is on low production costs rather than quality, have yet to put them to include them in their products.