Yourwellness Magazine Details Key Ingredients in Anti-Wrinkle Creams

With a dermatologist launching two new skincare lines whilst branding himself the largest user of Botox in the world, Yourwellness Magazine gave readers a basic guide to choosing an anti-wrinkle cream.

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London, UK (PRWEB UK) 30 December 2013

Dermatologist Dr. Fredric S. Brandt has branded himself the largest user of Botox in the world, whilst also launching two anti-ageing skincare lines, The Miami Herald reported December 10th. The article, “Dermatologist 'largest user of Botox in the world',” noted that the two new lines are called "do not age" (DNA) and "xtend your youth" (XYY), but Brandt’s real pride seems to come from his work with injectables. Brandt commented, ‘I am the largest user of Botox and injectable fillers in the world and a well-known lecturer and innovator in the field on using all types of injectables.’ (http://www.rep-am.com/articles/2013/12/16/lifestyle/health/770570.txt)

With this in mind, Yourwellness Magazine gave readers a basic guide to choosing an anti-wrinkle cream. According to Yourwellness Magazine, ‘There are so many anti-wrinkle creams on the market that it can be difficult to know what to look for – gels, lotions, serums…where do you begin? There are specific ingredients you should be on the hunt for that could spell the difference between looking your age and knocking ten years off your appearance…The best anti-wrinkle creams are rich in active ingredients that can offer you even modest improvements in your skin.’ (http://www.yourwellness.com/2013/12/basic-guide-choosing-best-anti-wrinkle-
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Yourwellness Magazine pointed out that a vitamin A compound known as retinol neutralises free radicals that break down skin cells and lead to wrinkles. Another powerful antioxidant is vitamin C which helps to protect the skin from the damaging effects of the sun. Yourwellness Magazine explained that hydroxy acids are powerful anti-wrinkle substances that remove the upper layers of old and dead skin to revitalise complexion and encourage the growth of new skin cells. Yourwellness Magazine added that tea extracts, from green to black, have anti-inflammatory properties that could benefit skin enormously, while grape seed extract is commonly found in wrinkle creams and is yet another antioxidant, along with niacinamide, that reduces the water loss to improve the elasticity in the skin. Lastly, coenzyme Q10 could help to fight the wrinkles in the delicate eye area and protect the skin from the sun.

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