Can Wrinkle Creams Really Help Aging Skin?

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Yes, high quality anti-wrinkle creams actually can help reduce fine lines by hydrating the skin and rebuilding collagen. 

But, not all products are created equal. If you want to avoid potentially adverse side effects, you must be picky about your products.

3 Ingredients to Avoid

Parabens
Parabens are a common  additive used to increase the shelf life of cosmetic products. It is widely known that parabens are linked to cancer. Parabens appear on the label as methyl, ethyl, and butyl or propyl paraben. This ingredient can  also cause skin reactions, allergies, rashes and even mood swings.
Alcohol
If youthful looking skin is what you’re after, avoid products with alcohol, as  they can leave your skin feeling tight, itchy, and irritated. Your face may be left looking older because it is far less hydrated and this will not help with the appearance of fine lines or deep wrinkles.
Human Growth Hormone
HGH has been shown to be affective in treating wrinkles; however, experts say it may contribute to the development of diabetes. Trading in a minor problem for the possibility of a major one, is probably not a  good idea.

Avoid these three harmful ingredients. Be observant, read ingredient labels, and choose products with only natural ingredients.

Wrinkles are both inevitable and continually occurring. Don’t get discouraged; with a little extra care on a regular basis, your skin can begin to look and feel younger. Take care of your skin from the inside out by taking preventive measures, eating a balanced diet, drinking an adequate amount of water and choosing an all-natural anti-wrinkle cream.

Editor's Pick

I use Tree of Life Organic Coconut Oil (cold pressed) as a daily moisturizer. It nourishes my skin without leaving it greasy. Coconut has been shown to help prevent sagging skin and age spots. As part of your night time routine, massage your face and neck with a small amount of fresh coconut oil. Your skin will feel soft and smooth, and there are no known side effects.

 

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