In order to be effective, a skin care anti wrinkle cream must offer you more than ingredients that can not penetrate your skin, and a wealth of chemical agents that will do nothing for you other than do damage to your health. You would be wise to heed what I am going to say here because you could be doing worse than wasting your money if you are using many of the wrinkle reducing products that are available today.
The major cosmetics companies have made a habit of loading their formulas down with toxic and carcinogenic chemical agents. Absorbing these agents into your skin allows them to accumulate in the soft tissue through out your body, and over time serious illness can result. It is not worth risking your health over a product that does not contain the correct ingredients to give you the results you are after.
The firming tissue that most of the skin care anti wrinkle cream features is too molecularly sensitive to allow introduction through the skin to be possible. These formulas lack the correct ingredients necessary for the formation of new firming tissue in the skin. For that your formula needs to have a specific set of bio-available compounds that have been clinically proven to make more tissue available.
The compounds that you need are Cynergy TK, which is a potent combination of enzyme complex protein complexes, and a sea kelp derivative called Phytessence Wakame. Cynergy TK significantly increases the rate of collagen and elastin production, while Phytessence Wakame raises your levels of hyaluronic acid by preventing it from being broken down by a marauding family of enzymes.
The skin care anti wrinkle cream that contains these two key ingredients are filled with plant based oils, waxes, and enzymes that nourish your skin by supplying the essential nutrients necessary for your skin to be healthy. They also provide the antioxidants that you need for healing molecular damage in your skin. These are the type of ingredients your skin care formulas should include, and not compounds designed to cause you harm.