High-street anti-aging creams proven to work!


Wednesday 29th April 2009

Scientists claim to have proof that some anti-aging creams on the high street actually work successfully in smoothing out fine lines and wrinkles.

Professor Chris Griffiths and the team at the University of Manchester found evidence that products that contain peptides, retinyl palmitate and white lupin extract, have a fantastic anti-aging effect on the skin. Boots No7 Protect and Perfect Intense Beauty Serum appears to be the preferred choice, however DON’T just buy it and expect miracles until you’ve read the rest of this post!

We have always said that it is wrong to say that face creams simply do not work. Some of them do work, but the important factor in deciding which cream to go for is finding a cream that suits your skin’s pH, moisture content and any damage that has been done to the skin, eg. from the sun.

“But how do i find all that out?”… i hear you ask!

It’s quite simple really. Some of the better skin clinics will provide a skin analysis on your first consultation, for example ours is called the ‘Expert Skin Analysis’. Before a customer receives any anti ageing treatment, they should be fully aware of their in-depth skin type so that they can make an educated choice about what treatments they are subsequently going to pay for.

Come and see us for a free Expert Skin Analysis. In the meantime, there are things you can do to prevent wrinkles from the start… mainly staying out of the sun and moisturising. We all like to get a bit of a tan, however none of us like wrinkles, so whilst you don’t need to hibernate this summer, you must be careful and wear a high factor suncreen on the face and neck at least.


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