This wrinkle cream buyers guide has been written to provide you with the knowledge required to enable you to make informed buying decisions, and not get ripped off.
Depending on what type of wrinkle creams you buy, you could be searching forever for one that actually works for YOU!
A bold statement perhaps, but it happens to be true!
How often have you stopped using one cream and then tried another? Don’t worry, you’re not alone, we’ve probably all done it sometime or other.
It’s the “looking for a quick fix” syndrome. Sometimes it’s down to looking for a cheap option. They’re both the wrong way to go about looking for a good anti aging cream.
Wrinkle Cream Buyers Guide ….
1. Buy cosmeceuticals, not cosmetics. Over-the-counter anti aging products are cosmetics. They contain weak anti aging ingredients because they are manufactured with two things in mind – the shelf life and the shelf price. In other words, they HAVE to be made cheaply so they will sell before they are out of date.
Cosmeceuticals is simply a name that has been given to products containing a mixture of cosmetics and pharmaceuticals. They are made with stronger, and more effective anti aging ingredients, and are normally only available to buy online.
2. Check the ingredients. Look for ingredients that have been clinically proven to work. Top ingredients include Matrixyl, Matrixyl 3000, Agireline, Polymoist-PS-Complex, and Retinol to name a few. Do some research on Wikipedia for more.
3. Check the money-back guarantee. How many times have you seen the words “comes with a full money back guarantee?” You have to check this on the terms & conditions page. Some companies will only honour a money back guarantee if you return products that are unopened. So, if you’ve opened a jar of cream, tried it, and decided it’s not for you, there’s no money back. Quite stupid isn’t it, considering YOU HAVE TO OPEN THE JAR TO TRY THE CONTENTS.
4. Don’t believe all you read. Making buying decisions is difficult, especially online. Reviews should be taken with a pinch of salt. They can sometimes go over-the-top with their praise of a particular product in an attempt to secure the sale.
Some are even more underhand. Some intermediaries, with no vested interest in a product, will write a review anyway. The review will be written in a manner that will discourage you from buying the product, but then you find at the end of the page there is a product that they DO recommend. Talk about reverse psychology!
This is a BLATANT attempt to manipulate the reader to buy product ‘B’ when they have searched for product ‘A’ and sadly, a lot of times it works.
5. Customer reviews. Always be aware that no one anti aging cream will work for every single person. What works for you may not work for someone else.
Obviously some people feel aggrieved if they have bought an expensive product and did not get the results they hoped for. This happens, but it’s not a good idea to go on public forums and vent fury at the company in question. The chances are that the product will deliver results for others, so don’t put them off by slating the company.
It’s sufficient to say that the product didn’t work for YOU.
6. Give the product a chance. The worst thing you can do is switch from product to product every few weeks. If you do this, it’s highly unlikely you’ll ever experience good results. You have to stick with ONE product for at least six months to let it do what it’s designed to do, and get the full benefits. It’s just common sense.
7. ALWAYS read the small print! If a company does not state clearly on their website what ingredients are in the product – don’t buy it! If the money back guarantee refers only to unopened products – think twice! If there is an autoship program at the end of a free trial, it’s really up to you. But at the end of the day, you KNOW it’s just common sense to read the small print before buying anything.