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Do you look in the mirror and see signs of aging? Maybe you avoid looking in the mirror because you don’t want to see that you may have a winkle or two. If this is the case, you may want to consider purchasing an anti aging wrinkle crème. But before you just run out to the cosmetics counter and ask the girl behind the counter to hook you up with something, here are some tips that will help you buy the best product for your needs and not the one that gives someone else the biggest commission.

1. Know What You’re Trying to Fight

Okay, no one likes looking closely at skin that doesn’t look like it did 25 years ago, but you need to understand what problems you’re trying to correct. Are they age spots? Crow’s feet? Fine lines? You can’t choose an anti aging wrinkle crème without knowing what you want it to do. You want results, not just something to smear on your face to make you feel you’re doing something.

To get those results, you need to be clear on what specific signs of aging you want to address. So take the time to look in the mirror and get to know your skin a little before you go shopping.

2. Choose Ingredients That Address the Problem You Have

Now, when you look at anti aging wrinkle crèmes, restrict your choices to those crèmes that address the problems you have identified.

No matter how fabulous other products may claim to be, if they don’t fix what you want fixed, they’re not for you. They’re just glorified spackle, as far as you’re concerned.

When you keep in mind what you need help with and look for crèmes that target those problems, you will have much more success finding a real solution. Then the next three tips will help you locate those crèmes easily and purchase them.

3. Go Online To Search For an Anti Aging Wrinkle Crème

No matter how many great stores you have in your area, they can’t carry every solution and every product. The Internet gives you an infinite choice of skin care solutions and products. Plus you can find exactly what you need much more easily by shopping online.

If you prefer to shop locally, you may find something online and then locate a local outlet for it, but shopping online will help you find the perfect crème more easily.

4. Choose All-Natural and Organic Ingredients in Your Anti Aging Wrinkle Crème

There are two reasons for going with all-natural and organic ingredients.

The first is safety; many low-end products contain petrochemicals which can cause cancer, less serious but still harmful ailments, and skin irritation.

Natural and organic ingredients are also simply better for your skin. They are very close to the oils in your skin, so are accepted readily by your skin and absorbed easily, and are very healthful for your skin. If the goal is healthy skin, it simply doesn’t make sense to rub chemicals into it.

5. Do Not Make Your Decision Based on Price Alone

Certainly price is a consideration when buying anything, but if you simply buy the cheapest anti aging wrinkle crème you can find, chances are you will not get an effective product, and you have wasted your money. Your best option is to buy the most cost-effective product—a product which meets all the criteria described above, but is economically priced compared to the other crèmes that also meet those criteria.

When I say “top wrinkle creams” you probably think of the ones you see on television or at the cosmetic counter, the ones you see advertised by major celebrities in the glossy magazines. Those are the ones, right? They wouldn’t be so popular if they weren’t really good, would they?

If I suggested that you buy a lesser-known skin care product from a small company that advertises primarily on the Internet, you would probably balk and feel that the larger cosmetic companies are more reputable and you should buy their products. But here’s something you should know.

Those large companies are not thinking about your skin when they make their products.

They’re thinking about their own skins…and their bottom lines.

Here’s what goes into those top wrinkle creams: petrochemicals, acrylamides, parabens, alchohol, and other synthetic chemicals, including carcinogenic substances and neurotoxins.

At the very least, what you’re putting on your skin with many creams is not good for your skin; at the very worst it could make you sick.

Why would they do this? Because these ingredients are cheap. They can make a greater profit.

Why are these products so popular? Because, as I pointed out at the beginning, they’re on TV, they’re in glossy magazines; they’re advertised by major celebrities. The celebrities don’t realize what they’re advertising. They probably believe the products are good.

But they’re not.

So what is the alternative to these top wrinkle creams that are really not what they’re cracked up to be?

Remember the lesser-known skin care products from the small company that advertises primarily on the Internet?

These companies create natural, healthful products and care about their customers. Knowing that you need natural ingredients, you can seek out companies that make natural products that meet your needs.

Some ingredients to look for in real “top wrinkle creams” are Coenzyme Q10, Vitamin B12, Vitamin B12, Vitamin C, Vitamin E and Vitamin A. These nutrients will help reduce and protect against the effects of aging by protecting against the sun, defending against toxins that invade your body, and increasing collagen production to keep your skin smooth and firm.

Natural ingredients are always going to be better than synthetic; that’s the first key in finding a great wrinkle cream. The top creams, by revenue, are full of chemicals and your skin will not react well to that kind of treatment.

To get even better results, research your specific skin issues and find the best ingredients for your situation before choosing a cream. This will catapult your results into an even more successful realm.

 


West Palm Beach, FL, August 16, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Anti-aging skin care product retailer Mango Madness Skin Care, Inc. has announced Peptide 6™ wrinkle cream, containing six potent peptides for the ultimate anti-aging peptide wrinkle cream.


As defined in skin care science, Peptides are short segments of amino acids that are formed when collagen breaks down. It is collagen that gives skin its structural firmness and provides the foundation for smooth, taut, younger looking skin. The presence of certain peptides resulting from the natural cycle of age-related collagen deterioration signal the skin that collagen has been lost and that more collagen needs to be produced naturally. Peptides are therefore the messengers of wrinkle repair for the body.


"The ingredients in our advanced peptide wrinkle cream, Peptide 6™, mimic the body's own collagen re-building process. When Peptide 6™ is regularly applied to your skin as part of a dedicated skin care regimen, it sends a message to the body that initiates the natural process of collagen production,” explained Rob Morrison, spokesman for Mango Madness Skin Care. "This action by peptides has been clinically proven to help reduce wrinkles measurably," he added.


In addition to being formulated without parabens, Peptide 6™ contains no talc, phthalates, sulfates, formaldehyde, or other harmful ingredients. The company performs no animal testing and all ingredients are animal cruelty free.


Mango Madness Skin Care manufactures a complete line of paraben-free skin care products including hyaluronic acid moisturizers, retinol and peptide wrinkle creams, glycolic acid, amber based and microdermabrasion type exfoliators, a vitamin K based under eye cream, gentle skin cleansers, and a new full spectrum sunblock. The company recently opened its newest retail store at CityPlace in West Palm Beach, Fla.


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Mango Madness Skin Care announces Peptide 6? wrinkle cream to help reduce wrinkles by promoting the process of natural collagen production for smoother skin.West Palm Beach, FL, August 16, 2011 --(PR.com)-- Anti-aging skin care product retailer Mango Madness Skin Care, Inc. has announced Peptide 6™ wrinkle cream, containing six potent peptides for the ultimate anti-aging peptide wrinkle cream.

As defined in skin care science, Peptides are short segments of amino acids that are formed when collagen breaks down. It is collagen that gives skin its structural firmness and provides the foundation for smooth, taut, younger looking skin. The presence of certain peptides resulting from the natural cycle of age-related collagen deterioration signal the skin that collagen has been lost and that more collagen needs to be produced naturally. Peptides are therefore the messengers of wrinkle repair for the body.

"The ingredients in our advanced peptide wrinkle cream, Peptide 6™, mimic the body's own collagen re-building process. When Peptide 6™ is regularly applied to your skin as part of a dedicated skin care regimen, it sends a message to the body that initiates the natural process of collagen production,” explained Rob Morrison, spokesman for Mango Madness Skin Care. "This action by peptides has been clinically proven to help reduce wrinkles measurably," he added.

In addition to being formulated without parabens, Peptide 6™ contains no talc, phthalates, sulfates, formaldehyde, or other harmful ingredients. The company performs no animal testing and all ingredients are animal cruelty free.

Mango Madness Skin Care manufactures a complete line of paraben-free skin care products including hyaluronic acid moisturizers, retinol and peptide wrinkle creams, glycolic acid, amber based and microdermabrasion type exfoliators, a vitamin K based under eye cream, gentle skin cleansers, and a new full spectrum sunblock. The company recently opened its newest retail store at CityPlace in West Palm Beach, Fla.

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Christine Mancini wasn't happy with how her skin looked at 54, so she opted to be the model for a demonstration of Pellevé, a new weapon in the arsenal of treatments for facial wrinkles without surgery.


She laid down in a treatment room at Sanctuary Medical Aesthetic Center in Boca Raton while certified medical aesthetician Cheryl Staurowsky first applied a layer of gel to her face. Then she used a small wand to produce heat from a machine, being careful to consult a temperature monitor so it didn't get too hot. The treatment uses continuous radio wave technology to heat the deeper layers of the skin, causing collagen to tighten and helping produce more collagen, Staurowsky explained.


The treatment didn't take long, and Mancini sat up and admired her new face in a hand mirror. So did everyone else. "The immediate results from heating up produces the swelling effect and is temporary," Staurowsky said. It may take more than one treatment, since they're progressive, and they're often used in combination with other treatments such as Botox or fillers.


Pellevé is used to treat sagging chin skin, wrinkles around the mouth and between the eyebrows, forehead lines, excess skin on the upper eyelid, crow's feet and nasolabial folds. They're the deep folds often called parentheses that run from the side of the nose to the corner of the mouth. The treatments bypass the top layer of the skin to avoid injury, according to the presentation and brochure.


Patients may be pink for 30 minutes afterward, Staurowsky said, adding that in the Food and Drug Administration clinical study, 93 patients were followed and 90 percent retained their improvement for six months.


The center does an extensive consult with patients before deciding on a course of treatment. And Dr. Jason Pozner, the medical director and a plastic surgeon, said the perfect patient for Pellevé is 35 to 65 with moderate wrinkles "who doesn't want plastic surgery and keeps well hydrated, well nourished, is a non smoker and uses sun block daily."


He called the typical patient a woman "who wants to look like a younger version of herself."


Mancini said she has had light peels and no injections in the past. She described the treatment sensation as pleasant and was thrilled with the results.


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