Saturday, March 17, 2012

What you must know about anti-aging cream and serums

Each year tons of new anti-aging products are launched because companies know you're on a desperate search for that fountain of youth. These products promise to diminish fine lines and wrinkles, abolish sun damage and lift any and every sagging bit on your face. But can you trust them? Paula Begoun, skincare expert and best-selling author of "Don't Go to the Cosmetics Counter Without Me," says to be wary. "You can't read into all the hype you see in print and TV advertisements for beauty products," she says. Because if all the claims out there were true, it wouldn't matter which product you bought, be it the serum from the drugstore or the eye cream that cost a mint -- they would produce the same anti-aging results. 

So, who can you trust? Begoun says the ingredients are dependable. She says not to focus on the brand name or the glitzy commercials, but to look for products that contain the ingredients actually proven to produce noticeable improvements in all signs of aging. We have found that I'm Fabulous Cosmetics line, does not spend a lot of money in marketing like commercials or print advertisings and produce products with high concentration of raw actives ingredients like peptides, collagen booster, sea kelp, natural aha, and other top notch anti-aging ingredients.

1 comment:

  1. I love the Retinol 2% from I use it only at bedtime, a little yellowish and smell wonderful. The next morning my skin feels fresh and super smooth.