Hydrating Anti Wrinkle Skin Cream

Have you ever tried an anti-wrinkle cream that made your skin feel uncomfortable or dry? I have!

Some anti-aging creams have tightening agents to help reduce the appearance of wrinkles, but those ingredients usually irritate my skin and make my face feel tight and dry.

Shouldn't an anti wrinkle skin cream hydrate too? Wouldn't that make sense - since a dry complexion looks more wrinkled? 

My search for a
hydrating anti-wrinkle cream

So let me tell you what happened to me............... 

During my research I tried a lot of different anti wrinkle skin creams to take care of all my needs - I started getting wrinkles and crow's feet in my early twenties -  so, I've tried LOTS of products!

The one I was most excited about were those new Botox alternative ones - I think were touted as a Gaba Cream Anti Wrinkle Treatment.......

GABA - Stands for gamma amino butyric acid. This ingredient helps reduce the transmission of nerve impulse in the central nervous system.

As a topical skin care cream it was supposed to have an anti-wrinkle effect by reducing muscle movement which - in theory  - prevented skin folding and therefore wrinkles.

Sort of a topical Botox, but not nearly as effective as Botox.

But GABA really did was irritate and dry out my my skin. Within a few days my skin was so irritated, I had to go to a dermatologist and get a prescription for cortisol cream.

So needless to say finding an effective anti-wrinkle cream that also hydrates is difficult. Most products I've seen and tried seem to come in two formulations:

  • Either they help relieve dryness
  • Or help reduce the appearance of wrinkles

I’ve been searching for an anti-aging Cream that does it all…..

  • deeply hydrates
  • reduces the appearance of wrinkles
  • repairs current wrinkles
  • fine lines
  • helps to increase collagen stimulation to prevent future wrinkles. 


Copper peptides - in the right combination with moisturizers - can not only help boost collagen, but increase the ability hold moisture within the dermis. 


NOTE: Increasing the ability to retain moisture is key for a healthier looking complexion! That's why many women over 40 often feel the need to keep re-applying a anti-wrinkle cream or moisturizer.

Take a look at a baby’s skin….so how “plump”it looks? That’s because a younger complexion has lots of collagen and the ability to hold so more moisture – giving it a soft full, firm look. 

Now, while we’ll never get back that baby smoothness, but we can “heal” the dermis by stimulating DNA to increase collagen production AND add moisture back ………..all at the same time. 

It’s nice to not have an entire draw or bathroom cabinet dedicated to tons of creams too.

One anti wrinkle cream that hydrates and firms is all you need. 

Additional Reading - Anti Wrinkle Skin Cream

Collagen Induction Therapy - See why this facial can not only help unclog pores, reduce the appearance of scars, spots, and wrinkles, but help increase collagen production. This inexpensive facial last forever and gives you professional quality results.

Get a Lower Face Lift - with simple exercises you can do at home. Watch this video.





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