Middletown, CT (PRWEB) April 17, 2012
The prospect of young women seeking to prevent the effects of age is hardly a new one. American culture has long been obsessed with youthfulness and physical beauty, and anti-wrinkle products crowd store shelves. However, a new report from ABC News reveals that some of these anti-aging efforts may be reaching new levels, both of extremity and expense. The report claims that there is a growing trend of women in their 20’s seeking costly and sometimes major medical treatments to prevent wrinkles from forming. The manufacturers of an anti-aging skin cream called DermaVeratrol, meanwhile, say that these measures are largely unnecessary.
The ABC News report highlights two non-surgical treatments in particular. The first is Botox injections, long a staple in celebrity beauty regiments. The second is a newer technology called thermage, essentially a radio frequency treatment that is designed to tighten and lift the skin. But as both ABC and DermaVeratrol note, these treatments can prove enormously expensive.
Indeed, the makers of DermaVeratrol say that their product is not only a less costly option, but that it is every bit as effective in keeping skin youthful and vibrant. Bryan VanAlmkerk, the President of DermaVeratrol, says the product is well worth the consideration of young women seeking preventative beauty techniques. “Rather than spending 3500 per application, consumers can try a product that is paraben free and works fast on the skin, based on consumer testimonials,” he notes.
DermaVeratrol has long been known not just for its anti-aging effects, including tightening and moisturizing of the skin, but also for its toxin-free chemical makeup. The product’s lack of parabens is one of the many chemical facets that set it apart.
The ABC News report does not go as far as to say that young women should abandon preventative beauty treatments. In fact, ABC claims that the key to good skin is early engagement. However, the report does claim that the Botox and thermage treatments are far too costly, and that young women can find affordable methods that are every bit as effective.
Some of these less expensive beauty tips involve the prevention of skin damage. The article notes that one of the best ways young women can affordably cut beauty costs is to avoid prolonged sun exposure or tanning beds.
ABC quotes one dermatologist as saying that Botox and thermage are not ineffective, but that they are simply major investments that are typically not necessary. Products like DermaVeratrol are priced much lower, and mere avoidance of tanning beds does not cost a dime.
DermaVeratrol is an anti-aging product that reduces the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. The product is made with a variety of vitamins, antioxidants, and naturally occurring ingredients, among them resveratrol. Additionally, DermaVeratrol is able to moisturize the skin, improving the health of the complexion and safeguarding against new signs of aging. To learn more about DermaVeratrol, or to order a sample of the product, visit http://www.dermaveratrol.com.