What is the best wrinkle treatment?
Sure there are several ways to treat wrinkles. There are some very invasive, expensive ones, such as Botox. Botox is a very popular wrinkle treatment that doesn’t always please people. Sure, some people swear by it, but I for one am not a needle person and I have heard some stories of people have bad reactions to Botox, so for that reason I shy away from it. I know that doesn’t sound like a resounding endorsement for something that certainly does work, but I tend to use wrinkle creams and spot treatments in my quest to reduce wrinkle depth.
Wrinkle creams combined with spot treatments, such as an eye serum, are the best wrinkle treatments. Furthermore, there are many systems of products out there that work well as a team to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and promote an overall more youthful look. Wrinkles are a nuissance and make us look older, so it’s important to start thinking of wrinkles at an early point in life. Skin care experts maintain that wrinkle treatment should start as young as age 14. That may sound weird to most people, as nobody wrinkles at such a young age, but as the acclaimed Dr. A.F. Kalil, of the South Beach Vitality Institute says, “An inch of prevention is better than a mile of correction.”
This statement looms large in the skin care world, and anti aging formulas are being introduced to people at much younger ages for this reason. Skin care is becoming “dentalized,” which means that people are starting to see a skin care specialist as much as they are seeing a dentist.
Please check back soon as I intend on making some reccomendations of the best wrinkle treatment systems available on the market.