What Is The Best Anti-wrinkle Cream? It’s Hard To Say.

by Jen Hopkins

If you were to ask a group of people about their favorite anti-wrinkle cream, you would end up with a myriad of answers. Whether you ask young girls, middle-aged moms, older grandmothers, or a cosmetic brand, you will find that each person or company will have a “best recommendation” for you.

With the increasing desire to look younger for longer, wrinkle creams have become one of the top selling beauty products out there. If you cannot afford or feel apprehensive about surgeries or needles, anti-wrinkle creams are one of your only options to keep your youthful appearance.

Each website you look at will have a different opinion of the “best” anti-wrinkle cream. Websites for some brands will even use scientific data and testing as “proof” that they have the best product on the market. This data is most likely a panel of women who used different products and then ranked them for the price, usability, and results.

There are also websites whose sole purpose is to review the best wrinkle cream and anti-wrinkle cream available to the average woman. There you can find actual customer testimonies, where the products can be found, the price, and the overall ranking as determined by the reviews.

Some suggestions for lotions and creams may surprise you. Would you ever have thought to use hemorrhoid cream to get rid of your wrinkles? While many women will have heard of it, most men are appalled by the idea since they consider hemorrhoid cream as something to be used for the other end of your body.

Hemorrhoid cream as the miracle wrinkle reducer has no basis in fact. A quick Internet search will bring up a wide spread of opinions. It has been shown to get rid of redness and puffiness which momentarily decreases the appearance of wrinkles, but the long-term and preventative effects are unproven.

Despite the lack of a “best” cream, several ingredients have been proven to have the desire results. Because these ingredients are used in cosmetics, they are not regulated by the FDA. Tea extracts, hydroxy acids, Coenzyme Q10, retinol, and copper peptides have been proven to work. Most brands, whether costing hundreds or just a few dollars, contain the same ingredients. Research can show you a good price range and product for your budget.

In the end, there is no one “best” anti-wrinkle cream. You have to take into consideration how old you are, how much you are in the sun, what type of skin you have, and how you typically take care of your skin. Keep in mind that there is no miracle cream to eradicate wrinkles. These creams will simple slow the process or reduce the appearance of wrinkles. The best thing you can do for your skin is to eat healthily, get your exercise, and clean and care for your skin daily.

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