Looking For the Best Wrinkle Reducer Cream ? Reverse The Cause Of Wrinkles Rather Than The Effects.

Peter AlbertonachNov 07, 2009 | edited Nov 07, 2009 - by @PeterAlbertonach

Reducing wrinkles is one of the major concerns of women as they age. As women age they start to notice the signs of skin ageing and they start to notice a the formation of fine lines around the eyes and mouth, skin sagging under the chin and the formation of wrinkles. If this describes you and you're looking to find the best wrinkle reducer cream then you're tackling the effects rather than the cause.

Ageing produces a range of problems to the skin including the loss of collagen and elastin. These are 2 skin proteins essential to maintaining skin health and skin elasticity and their loss results in a reduction in skin health and skin elasticity.

It's skin elasticity that helps keep your skin looking good and free of wrinkles. Lose skin elasticity and your skin starts to sag, and wrinkles are an expression of that, namely poor skin health as a result of ageing.

The obvious solution, if loss of elastin and collagen in the skin is the cause of the problem, is to increase the amount of collagen and elastin in the skin and this should help reduce wrinkles. This is in fact the case however even skin care products which are advertised as the best wrinkle reducer creams rarely achieve this.

If you take a bottle of a popular wrinkle reducing cream and look on the label will probably see collagen and elastin listed there. It would seem that this should be the best approach to wrinkle reduction but it is not in fact successful. It has been known to science for quite a long time that molecules of collagen and elastin are too large to get into your skin and just remain on the surface.

So why would any skin care company put collagen and elastin in the bottle if it doesn't work? There's a very good reason. This allows them to list collagen and elastin in the ingredients and this helps sell thousands or millions of bottles of wrinkle reducing creams.

But there is a way to help improve the levels of collagen and elastin skin and there are skin care products that will do this successfully. One range of natural skin care products does this very well. It combines a range of natural ingredients known to improve skin health and increase the skin supply of collagen and elastin. These ingredients are naturally occurring ingredients like essences of sheeps wool and seaweed and also a range of other natural oils such as Shea butter and Babassu oil and others. These products stimulate the skin to produce more elastin and collagen itself, thereby restoring skin health.

This tackles the cause of wrinkles, namely loss of skin elasticity and poor skin health. When these factors have been properly reverse wrinkle reduction is a natural consequence of improved skin elasticity. And the results will also show in how good your skin looks.

Despite the fact that these products have been available for some time they are not well-known. The reason is that they are made by a company cannot compete with the big name skin care brands in marketing, and it cannot afford to advertise on television. For this reason it's natural skin care products are not a household name but they have a small but dedicated and growing band of loyal customers who have tried the products and understand that it is perfectly possible to reduce wrinkles in this way.

So the very best wrinkle reducing cream is not a wrinkle reducing cream at all but is in fact natural skin care products aimed at improving skin health and improving skin elasticity and the inevitable consequence of doing this is to reduce wrinkles and help skin look better.

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anit aging cream Author Dec 05, 2009

there are lots of creams but few of them are effective esp for those who have sensitive skin.

edited Dec 05, 2009 - by @anitagingcream28087
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