We’ve all spent money on moisturizers, firming creams and other facial skin tightening products. Like many of you, my facial skin has its good points and some not so good. It’s not very wrinkly or lined, but I do have some mouth and neck sag. Genetically, I was blessed with oily skin in my younger years, but in the last couple of decades I’ve tended to be pretty dry.
Needless to say, I’ve spent tons of money on trying to keep my skin plumped up, firm, lifted and moist. Some of the products do work. Some are just a waste. So, short of a surgical face lift, I’ve been wondering if I could find an expert on the Web that has done enough research to give us some answers as to which products or non-surgical procedures really work…and which ones don’t…so I could share them with you.
I’m happy to say I found an article that doesn’t appear to be promoting any one particular product. It’s giving a straightforward view of the good, the bad, and the ‘this really is a waste.’ I not only learned something about elastin and collagen that I didn’t know, but I also learned what will help me narrow my facial product choices in the future to give my skin the best chance possible to look its best.
I hope you will find nuggets of information that will help you too. Click the article below for the details…