There are several types of wrinkle creams you can buy in the marketing place. Not just brands, but also how they work and the results and time frame they have as well. I want to explain to you the differences between Instant wrinkle removers and regular anti wrinkle creams to ensure when you’re buying an anti aging product you’re going to get the results you expect.
How to Instant Wrinkle Creams Work
Instant wrinkle removers are creams that hide wrinkles almost immediately after application. They give your face some what of an instant face lift and hide the look of fine lines and wrinkles for normally a complete day.
A couple of products that produce this results are Athena 7 Minute Face lift, which takes 7 minutes to hide the look of wrinkles on your face after application. Also, Freeze 24/7 does a similar thing by freezing the muscles in your face to help you look healthy and younger for a day.
The PROS and the CONS
The downside to both of these products is that at the end of the day when you rinse your face you’re left with what you started with that morning. Of course, the upside is that there’s no waiting 4-6 weeks to see results from a cream you’re applying once or twice a day.
What about Conventional Wrinkle Creams
The other type of wrinkle creams focus more on combating the causes of aging such as free radicals, sun damage, lack of collagen and blood flow. Creams like Revitol, Hydroderm and even Lifecell Skin care take this approach to repairing and improving the appearance of wrinkles on your face.
The benefits of using a cream like this over an instant wrinkle remover is that the results are longer lasting once they start to appear. They don’t wash off at the end of the day. Of course, the down fall is that time it takes to see results.
To help you choose which wrinkle cream is right for you check out our Wrinkle cream reviews [http://www.thewrinklereport.com/] and if it’s an instant wrinkle cream you’re interested read about the unique features of this cream in our Lifecell review [http://www.thewrinklereport.com/lifecell-review.html].