A physician specialised in esthetic medicine can help you create a personalized skin care plan by assessing your skin type, evaluating your skin’s condition and recommending products likely to be effective
An anti-wrinkle cream may lessen the appearance of your wrinkles, depending on how often you use it, the type and amount of active ingredient in the wrinkle cream, and the extent of the wrinkles you want to treat.
The effectiveness of anti-wrinkle creams depends in part on the active ingredient or ingredients. Here are some common ingredients that may result in improvement in the appearance of wrinkles.
- Retinol. Retinol is a vitamin A compound, the first antioxidant to be widely used in wrinkle creams.
- Vitamin C. Another potent antioxidant,
- Vitamin E .Another potent antioxydant reducing skin damage
- Tea extracts. Green, black and oolong tea contain compounds with antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties.
- Grape seed extract. An antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties,.
- Niacinamide. A potent antioxidant,
- Hydroxy acids. Alpha hydroxy acids, beta hydroxy acids (Salicylic acid) and poly hydroxy acids are exfoliants — substances that remove the upper layer of old, dead skin and stimulate the growth of smooth, evenly pigmented new skin.
- Hyaluronic Acid. Ensures the Skin stays hydrated, and remains nicely filled.
- Coenzyme Q10. This ingredient may help reduce fine wrinkles around the eyes.
- Glycerin. Provides a natural and lasting moisture level of the skin.
- Squalene. Is part of our skin’s own natural moisture