New Wrinkle Creams



Many new wrinkle creams have come on to the market to help people deal with wrinkles and retain a youthful look. As we age, wrinkles are inevitable, but there many ways to reduce their appearance. Anti-wrinkle creams are a good entry-level method of managing wrinkles, primarily because of the expense, although many non-prescription cremes can cost more than prescription treatments.

Causes of Wrinkles

As we age, our skin starts to thin and fat cells beneath the skin become depleted along with an atrophy in collagen fibers. Due to these factors, skin becomes less elastic and is less able to hold moisture. Glands that secrete oil also start to dry up and the skin becomes scaly.

All of these factors can lead to the development of wrinkles. Other factors that can accelerate the appearance of wrinkles include over exposure to the sun and smoking.

Variety of Choices

It seems that new wrinkle creams are being released to the public with increasing regularity. Many of these new products make extraordinary claims and some are better than others. While creams can help diminish the effects of wrinkles and make people look younger, they tend to have a limited and mostly temporary results.

Reviewing Ingredients

While cost is a factor, the biggest factor in determining the effectiveness of anti-wrinkle creams is the ingredients. Many cheaper creams employ synthetic ingredients and aren't as effective as creams that include natural ingredients. Some products use synthetic ingredients that can actually be harmful to the skin. Consumers need to take the time to read the ingredients and be conscious of what ingredients provide the best results.

Ingredients to Avoid

Product developers sometimes look for ways to cut corners in production of their skin creams. Some of the ingredients can cause skin irritation and actually be harmful to your skin.

  • Mineral oil is one ingredient to avoid. Mineral oil goes on heavy and can prevent skin from the getting access to the air. This can cause pores to clog, bringing on acne and skin irritation.
  • Parabens come in several different forms and almost all are bad for the skin. While they are inexpensive, they can cause skin irritation and, in some studies, have been linked to cancer.
  • Many creams include a fragrance. Including an aroma with a skin care product is generally a bad idea because the ingredients that emit an aroma can cause issues with the skin and some have been serious health conditions.

Ingredients You Want

There are several different ingredients to look for when evaluating a wrinkle remover cream. Some of these ingredients simulate the natural factors in the skin that are being depleted over time as we age.

  • Ingredients that simulate the role of collagen in the skin are the best ingredients. CoQ10 is a powerful antioxidant and can help reverse some of the damage done to the skin by age and exposure to the sun.
  • Phytessence Wakame is an exotic ingredient to look for in wrinkle creams. It is derived from a rare kelp found in the Japanese Sea. This kelp blocks a harmful enzyme that breaks down collagen and elastin in the skin.

Many new wrinkle creams have the ability to reduce the effects of wrinkles. Knowing what ingredients to look for can help you find the perfect cream for you as you seek a youthful appearance.

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