What You Should Know
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Wrinkle De-crease Collagen Filler is a product that is marketed by a skin care and cosmetics company known as L’Oreal. This product can be found in almost all drugstores nationwide. In this review we are going to examine the possibility of this product being as effective as the company claims for it to be.
L’Oreal’s Wrinkle De-Crease Collagen Filler Wrinkle Reducer may contain Shark Liver Oil, Vitamin E, Padina Pavonica Extract, Boswellia Extract, and Manganese Gluconate. Although there are more ingredients listed on the website, these are the ones that are thought to be the active ingredients. The claims that have been made about how this formula actually works is that the product is said to contain certain Collagen Bio-spheres that seeps deep into to the outer layer of the skin, then it seems to have a swelling effect that causes the Bio-spheres to fill in the wrinkles from beneath the surface. However we are not too sure about the clinical side of this claim. It seems that if this process actually worked that there might be more proof available that supports this claim.
When researching this product it was found that it may indeed prove to be a good moisturizer, but this is not what the company is promoting this product to do. For example: The Boswellia Extract that was shown that it is often used as an anti-inflammatory type medicine when taken orally, this bears no apparent use as an anti-wrinkle ingredient when applied to the skin, and no studies were found to support this theory at all. Shark Liver Oil theoretically improves the overall condition of the skin. Vitamin E is often used to help protect the skin from damaging sun rays. Padina Pavonica Extract has been said to be able to induce Collagen production. Manganese Gluconate supposedly helps to reduce the motions on your face that causes the expression lines. We don’t know why any of these are believed, because none of them prove to hold any type of merit when it comes to scientific research.
- L’Oreal is a well-known, established company.
- Contains ingredients that may have a positive effects on wrinkle reduction.
- The price could be considered to be very fair.
- There appears to be no trial offers at this time.
- Does not contain any known patented ingredients.
The Bottom Line
The L’Oreal Company has worked hard in trying to convince the potential consumer that this is an effective product that can reduce wrinkles and smooth away fine lines. Even when the process of this was being explained on the website, it seemed as though it was actually trying to say that it only gives the illusion of reducing wrinkles. The reason behind this is because of the statement that was made about the Bio-spheres swelling up to fill in the wrinkles. Does this mean that when the product wears off that the wrinkles and lines come back? If this is so, then there would be no long term effects for this product, possibly dissuading the potential consumer to buy this product. Although this product may have temporary benefits, if someone is looking of for long term effects, they may want to look elsewhere.