For centuries women and yes, even men have unhappily watched their once smooth skin start showing those unsightly wrinkles that everyone must face at some time in their lives.
Many people have asked the question, “Do wrinkle creams really help make the skin wrinkle free?” Today the answer to this question is most certainly a “Yes.” However, depending on the skin type and the severity of the wrinkles, the time it takes to see the difference may vary from one person to another.
There are hundreds and thousands of wrinkle creams available on the market today. So it’s really difficult to find the one that’s best suited for your skin. The effectiveness of any wrinkle cream depends on several factors. The major factors are skin type and wrinkle severity. Another factor to take into consideration is the ingredients that are used in the manufacturing of the cream. While one cream may be useful for one person; the same wrinkle cream may not be effective for another person and may even cause problems for another person.
Our bodies naturally produce two major components that fight against wrinkles. Most people are familiar with the names of the proteins Collagen and Elastin. And most people have read or heard how they’re necessary for healthy, wrinkle free skin. The problems start when our body decreases the natural production of these necessary proteins. That’s when wrinkles start to appear.
If you’re of the opinion that wrinkles are formed only when you get older, it’s time to change your way of thinking. Many environmental factors such as exposure to UV rays, pollution, and smoking can cause the reduction or even inhibit the production of Collagen and Elastin. This reduced production is what results in those unwanted wrinkles to appear. Even stress can contribute to the amount of wrinkles that tend to pop up way too often. After enough years even smiling causes wrinkles. But a frown causes even more wrinkles, so be nice to your skin and smile.
It usually takes a couple of weeks for a wrinkle cream to start making a noticeable difference. Don’t expect to use a wrinkle cream for 2 or 3 days and then check for wrinkle free skin on the 4th day. Similarly, don’t change wrinkle creams often. For a wrinkle cream to be effective, it requires at least a couple of weeks of regular usage. Give it sometime. Wrinkles don’t appear overnight, so don’t expect them to disappear that quickly either. If you’re sure that a particular wrinkle cream is not working, don’t just start experimenting with other wrinkle creams that are available on the market. Your best option is to consult a dermatologist. He’ll be the right person to help you find the wrinkle cream that’s best suited for your particular skin type and wrinkle severity.
Revitol was very successful for a friend of mine. I would recommend Revitol to any one that wants to enjoy the benefits of smoother, younger looking skin.