Disclosure: I got this product as part of an advertorial.
The longing to remain youthful is within all of us. Even if your a guy and keeping up with such things is “too girlie” for you-you aren't eagerly looking forward to looking like an old man old day. You may say you don't care or that is doesn't matter because it happens to everyone – but I know you really do.
We all want to look young and remain as attractive as we possibly can. Keeping our skin healthy is an essential factor for this. Everybody knows skin is the biggest giveaway when it comes to our age, so it's essential to upkeep it.
Luckily, in this day and age, we have many products that can help lessen the appearance of aging. They take time to work and often you won't see results instantly, but I think they are worth a shot. Can't hurt, right?
One such product is Ageless Derma Stem Cell and Peptide Anti Wrinkle Cream ($65). With the help of an apple stem cell extract, Argireline, Coenzyme 10, Matrixyl 3000, collagen and Botox alternatives, as well as other ingredients Ageless Derma Stem Cell and Peptide Anti Wrinkle Cream helps lessen the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles while increasing firmness and elasticity of the skin.
Being only 30 and having only used Ageless Derma Stem Cell and Peptide Anti Wrinkle Cream for a couple of weeks my results were not that grand. I'm more hoping it keeps me looking this way rather than getting rid of something I already have.
Test studies, however, have shown great results for people that have used ingredients that are in Ageless Derma Stem Cell and Peptide Anti Wrinkle Cream. For example, the makers of Ageless Derma Stem Cell and Peptide Anti Wrinkle Cream say:
23 volunteers aged between 39 and 74 applied Matrixyl 3000 to half of their face twice daily for 2 months. On the other half of their face, they applied a placebo cream. The skin that received Matrixyl 3000 showed a significant decrease in wrinkle density, depth, volume roughness compared with the placebo cream.
In one study, 10 healthy women applied a 10% Argireline cream twice daily for 30 days. At the end of the study, their wrinkles had decreased in depth by an average of 27%, with some women seeing a 50-60% decrease in the depth of wrinkles.
With such great results, I'm hoping to keep the appearance of aging at bay for years to come, hopefully!
Ageless Derma Stem Cell and Peptide Anti Wrinkle Cream comes in the exact same type of box and has the same pump mechanism as the Ageless Derma Skin Brightener I just reviewed earlier today. It's SO cool!
With just press of the white disc that's located on the top of the container the perfect amount of cream is dispensed. There is enough there to cover my face and even my neglected neck. I love that I don't have to worry about how many pumps of the product I should be using because it's done for me.
I apply this product to the areas that are most prone to wrinkles first (and with the leftovers I do my neck). Picture the shape of a star on your face that travels through the most prone wrinkle areas like crows feet, smile lines, and the forehead. This will make sure you apply the product to the most necessary areas. Such a great tip I learned from Wishtrend Star Cream.
Ageless Derma Stem Cell and Peptide Anti Wrinkle Cream has an herby type scent similar to the essential oils in the Dream Essentials Sleep Serum I've been using. Not a bad scent. Not my favorite either. Kind of neutral since the scent doesn't last long.
The texture of Ageless Derma Stem Cell and Peptide Anti Wrinkle Cream is how I would expect it to be – a normal cream consistency. I've been using it in combination with my Ageless Derma Skin Brightener as a base underneath my foundation and have had no problem with it causing clumps like photos in my Wantable Makeup Box review.
Fingers crossed that Ageless Derma Stem Cell and Peptide Anti Wrinkle Cream will keep people thinking I'm in my early 20's forever! One can dream.
Do you want to lessen the appearance of aging? Or would you rather not use any sort of facial product whatsoever and let nature take its course?