Everyone wants to grow old gracefully and continue looking and feeling young for as long as possible. As baby boomers begin to see the first signs of aging, a variety of anti-aging protocols have become available. Bio-identical hormones, Botox, dermal fillers, facelifts, and other anti-aging options have become more popular as the population of aging individuals increases. But not everyone wants to go to extremes to maintain their youth. Some people are willing to grow old gracefully, using topical and injection-based products that merely address the aging process making use of the latest in advances in products, creams and fillers.
Natox is a new anti-aging cream that has been developed from completely organic and natural ingredients. It is free of toxins, which allows the skin to rejuvenate itself, ultimately creating a younger, more vibrant look. The results of using the cream are reliable, according to some people, given that it is included in a daily beauty regimen. Some resources report that patients report seeing results that are on par with Botox treatments, without the pain and inconvenience of seeking out a clinician to do an injection. But do skin creams really work?
Some topically applied cosmetic anti-aging creams are said to provide the same wrinkle-smoothing, age-defying effects as dermal filler or Botox injections. But some experts aren’t so sure. In fact, experts claim that if skin creams were able to accomplish the same kinds of goals as cosmetic surgeries such as eyelid surgery or a facelift, they would be considered drugs, not cosmetics. Prospective skin cream consumers are urged to consider the claims attached to the various containers found in the cosmetic departments. More often than not, skin care creams offer mixed results. Sometimes, they may even do more harm than good.
Consumers who are in the market for anti-aging surgeries or skin care creams need to think for themselves and not just go after a “quick fix” because it sounds like something that couldn’t possibly go wrong. Skin care creams that contain pentapeptides, long chain amino acids found in small groups that work throughout the body as chemical messengers may offer the biggest hope to people hoping to turn back the clock using skin cream. These products include Olay’s Regenerist line, Wrinkle Relax by DDF, and the Principal Secrete –Reclaim line.
Doctors are quick to point out that there are no medical studies published today that demonstrate beyond a shadow of a doubt that these products work. However, experts who work in product testing know that the science and technology around these skin care products is rock solid. Believe it or not, skin care products do often incorporate some fairly respectable scientifically proven ingredients into the mix. Pentapeptides, for example, have been researched in their relations to wound healing. As part of what the body naturally does in response to healthy, published studies demonstrate that these pentapeptides can help to increase cells in the targeted area of the skin, while simultaneously encouraging the development of more collagen.Tweet