Do Wrinkle Creams Work?
Find out if you're wasting your money on your wrinkle cream.
Do wrinkle creams work? This is something all American women have wondered about at some point in time. If you're considering shelling out a considerable amount of money on wrinkle cream, you need to read this first.
It happens to all of us -- the gray hair, the weight gain, and the dreaded wrinkles. We can color our hair. We can exercise and diet to lose the weight, but we can't make those wrinkles disappear. One would think that modern science could come up with something that would make them go away.
And that is exactly what each of us is thinking when we decide to take the plunge and buy our first jar of wrinkle cream. After extensive testing of the top wrinkle creams, the results are the following facts:
Price did not make a difference in the effectiveness of the cream. It didn't matter if the cream was a $325.00 jar of La Prairie Cellular or a $19.00 tube of Olay Regenerist; they performed the same.
The wrinkle creams tested only reduced the average depth of wrinkles by 10%. The naked eye cannot detect this amount, but examining the test subjects with a high-tech optical device showed the teeny bits. In other words, your skin may be a little bit smoother, but it isn't going to be a noticeable difference.
Some products work better for some women than others. Just as no two people are alike, your skin isn't going to be like your best friend's skin. Even if she swears by her wrinkle cream, she may have some success with it but it doesn't mean that you will have the same results.
This report probably wasn't what you wanted to hear. I'm sorry. Look on the bright side -- you don't need to spend a lot of money on wrinkle creams, and you no longer need to wonder, "Do wrinkle creams work?"