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Wrinkle response is an anti-aging product that is produced by a company in spring, Texas known as Young Again Nutrients. It appears as though the company may have been introduced in 1999. The company website claims that this product contains state of the art ingredients that could make it superior to other products. In this review we will try to determine if the claims that are being made about this product are based on scientific facts, or if they are purely based on hype.
Wrinkle Response appears to be available in a capsule form at a 365mg dose. Usually, when researching a product such as this, it is often made clear whether or not it can be an effective product by examining and researching the ingredients that are included in the product. Here we will list the ingredients that are thought to be in the Wrinkle Release Capsules: Alpha Lipoic Acid, Grape Seed Extract, Coenzyme Q10 with DMAE and Vitamin C Ester.
While DMAE is thought to have a positive effect on the mind when taken orally, the external effects of this are virtually unknown, although one source claims that it could be used as a skin firming agent with clinical studies to prove it. However the source does not mention whether the DMAE was taken orally or applied topically. The Alpha Lipoic Acid, Grape Seed Extract, and the Coenzyme Q10 are all considered to be antioxidants, things are necessary in order to fight off free radicals.
Vitamin C is thought to promote Collagen production, however studies show that this is solely based on how well the Vitamin C was preserved during the making of the product. In fact, if it is thought that if it is not preserved properly then it could actually harm your skin instead of helping it. The reason for this is because studies show that when Vitamin C is not properly preserved then it can actually aid in the production of free radicals through its oxidation process. It is most recommended that if you want to use Vitamin C to enhance Collagen production then it is probably best to make it yourself (recipes available online) and then use it immediately, only keeping the left overs for a certain amount of time before discarding them.
- One source found that backs up DMAE as a skin firming agent.
- Seems to contain antioxidants to fight off free radicals.
- Unknown grade level of the Vitamin C used in the making of this product
- No evidence of free trials or samples were found
The Bottom Line
Although one source claims that DMAE used as an anti-wrinkle agent has clinical studies to back it up, the location of their information is unknown. This could possibly lead one to believe that this information may be false.
What also raises a concern is the presence of Vitamin C. Although it has been proven to promote Collagen production, this fact depends on whether or not this is a high level grade that was used in this product. We would like to say that this is a good product, however it appears that we may not know for sure unless the company decides to run clinical studies on this product and then release the results.