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The current beauty market is flooded with skin treatments. The primary focus of the beauty care industry is on aging, or should we say anti-aging. One serum/gel that endeavors to battle fine lines and wrinkles is Anti Wrinkle 55. This topical treatment is sold online through select dealers for a retail cost of $39.95 for one fluid ounce. Similar to countless other skin care products, Anti Wrinkle 55 aims to hydrate the user’s complexion, while combating fine lines, relaxing skin, boosting collagen levels and fighting free radicals. As you may have guessed, Anti Wrinkle 55 is pitched as an alternative to Botox injections.
It appears that customer reviews are offered on certain websites where Anti Wrinkle 55 serum is sold. This facial treatment contains primary active components like Argireline, Hyaluronic Acid (relaxes facial muscles allowing wrinkles to be smoothed out), L-Arginine and Acetyl Hexapeptide-3. Anti Wrinkle 55 cream is applied daily, morning and night, after cleansing the facial skin. Not only does this product aim to assist with collagen production, crow’s feet, deep wrinkles and dry skin, but Anti Wrinkle 55 may also prevent new wrinkles from forming. In a similar fashion to most ant-aging skin products, Anti Wrinkle 55 is marketed primarily toward middle-aged/aging women. It’s claimed that this treatment is “guaranteed for 45 days.” A before and after photo appears where this wrinkle cream is sold.
Anti Wrinkle 55 is essentially an anti-aging serum that’s applied to the user’s face daily to potentially assist with crow’s feet, frown lines, age spots, moisture loss, collagen loss and facial sagging. This treatment contains major ingredients like Argireline and Hyaluronic Acid to battle deep facial wrinkles and replenish moisture levels. While there is no clinical data offered to support the effectiveness of Anti Wrinkle 55, a number of success stories are provided. It’s even stated that this serum is recommended by plastic surgeons as a smart alternative to Botox injections or more invasive surgical procedures.
The full list of ingredients for Anti Wrinkle 55 are: Aqua (Water), Aloe Barbadensis (Organic Aloe) Leaf Juice, Acetyl Hexapeptide-3 (Argireline), Hyaluronic Acid (Sodium Hyaluronate), Vegetable Glycerin, Cucumber Extract, Carbomer, L-Arginine, Gold Flakes and Germall Plus.
- Some natural ingredients are offered in Anti Wrinkle 55.
- Anti Wrinkle 55 may moisturize the skin.
- This skin care treatment can be easily purchased online.
- Some ingredients found in Anti Wrinkle 55 cream may irritate the skin of some users.
- There doesn’t appear to be an official website for Anti Wrinkle 55.
- This skin care product comes in a 1-ounce container, which costs a retail price of $39.95.
- No background information is offered on the company that manufactures Anti Wrinkle 55 serum.
The Bottom Line
Like many other topical treatments available, Anti Wrinkle 55 serum may assist some users with issues like moisturizing, wrinkle reduction, increased collagen and minimizing crow’s feet. However, it would be nice to see some clinical trials supporting Anti Wrinkle 55 treatment cream, along with a smaller price tag. $39.95 may get a tad expensive in the long run; especially considering that this product is directed to be applied morning and night.