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Skin Care That Really Works (and What Doesn’t)

Whether you are a regular subscriber to one or more of the myriad of fashion mags on the market, or the sum total of your exposure to these highly competitive periodicals is to be found during time spent in waiting rooms and at the grocery checkout aisle, you at least “get” the headlines. Wherever you see them, it’s virtually impossible to find such magazines without at least one if not more beauty tips right on the front cover for keeping your skin looking its best and for how to take care of your skin in order to fool others into thinking you are 10 or more years younger than you really are.

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Finding skin care products that really work can be like playing roulette. While there are many things you can do to keep your skin looking its best, the avalanche of new tips, ideas and products can tend to make knowing just how to go about it entirely confusing. Rest assured, many of the products sold for skin care are absolutely worthless, wasting your time and money and leaving you with no benefits from having used them faithfully. Despite all of the eloquent claims of how well they work and all of the assertions about “clinical testing” and supposed ratings, a good many of the skin products commonly sold are a lot of hype and without substance. You have got to understand the key factors about skin care and how it works, and then you will be more qualified to make wise purchases in shopping for the best skin care solutions for you and your skin type.

Dermal Fillers for Wrinkle Removal
Botox is a leading fix for a number of facial issues, and there is no other skin care product that comes even close to doing what Botox,Restylane and Artecoll injections can do. It is important to understand that in order to “do its thing,” these products must be injected. A lot of people might read one or more of these ingredients as being listed in a skin care compound and immediately assume that the product is superior, however such dermal fillers are only effective when administered in specific ways. Include them in a product that simply sits on top of your skin and you get nothing-nada-zero. Topical application renders them incapable of helping. Some skin care products even try to incite fear among suitable consumers with scary stories about adverse reactions to the 30+ dermal filling products currently in use, many of which are simply not true.

Collagen
The collagen molecule must be first reduced in size enough to be able to penetrate into skin. It’s too large, otherwise. And even when reduced, it can’t bind with the collagen already present in the skin. It is, however, a great moisturizing agent.

Different Creams for Different Facial Features
Every part of your facial skin is the same stuff, so if a product works for your eyes, it will work equally well on the area around your mouth, and anywhere else. Specially formulated products for lips, eyes and the neck are simply industry hype intended to sell products.



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