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Safer And More Effective Than Botox? Shocking Results


Are the new Argireline Wrinkle Relaxing Creams as effective as Botox?

For many women, wrinkles and fine lines are the bane of their lives. Looking into the mirror and seeing a face filled with wrinkles, sagging skin, and fine lines can be very disheartening, but it's all a part of growing old, right?

Well, yes and no. Of course, our skin will age as we grow older, but in this day and age we can take steps to reduce the appearance of aging and facial wrinkles. Recent surveys indicate that 70% of the female population over 35 will look for answers to their aging faces. Many will opt for plastic surgery, Botox® or chemical peels. Countless others will search for youth in a jar in the form of a cream. Up until recently some of these so called wrinkle creams have gotten mixed reviews. While they may have offered quality moisturizing and protection from the elements their impact was not as great in eliminating or reducing the appearance of fine lines or wrinkles.

Wrinkle fighting breakthrough: Rejuvinol? and Rejuvox? with Argireline

Recently Argireline, a unique new peptide ingredient that reduces the degree of existing facial wrinkles and has been demonstrated to be effective against their development, has been added to the formulas of the newest dermaceutical wrinkle creams. The Argireline containing wrinkle creams in controlled studies have demonstrated that facial wrinkle depth can be reduced in the forehead and around the eyes. These results validate the prevention of apparent facial skin aging. Skin topographic analysis done on healthy women validates the biochemical mechanism of action for these Argireline containing creams. The physical results have been amazing.

Nancy, a youthful 42 year old administrative assistant from Pompano Beach, Florida used a popular AM/PM Argireline based skin care system for three months. The product Rejuvinol? was used in the morning and the Rejuvox? was used just before bedtime. These formulas contained 5% high grade Argireline with additional anti-aging ingredients such as hyaluronic acid and glycolic acid. "I noticed a difference right away" Nancy stated, "My skin seemed to tighten up and by the second month the crows feet were dramatically diminished. I can't imagine stopping the use of these products."

Many of these Argireline based products can help people take years off their face, without resorting to Botox® injections or costly chemical peels or face-lifts. Products like Rejuvinol? and Rejuvox? are setting the standard for future Argireline based skin care products. Argireline wrinkle relaxing creams are definitely worth a try. They may not have the impact of plastic surgery but the risk to reward ratio is much better. You can get a bad face lift or have an expressionless face with Botox® while these new creams offer quality results without taking unnecessary risks.

About the Author

Deanna is a licensed dermatological skin care and cosmetic chemistry specialist. Her writings have been featured in many skin care journals and medical abstracts. Deanna has just completed a book titled "The Science Of Skin Care Beyond Today."


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