Can this be done? The answer is yes. Yes, one can soften their existing wrinkles or prevent new wrinkles! How? The answer is Vitamin A or Retinol. Decades ago Retinol was used as prevention against acne. Skin specialists discovered that Retinol not only fought acne, but also banished wrinkles as well as sunspots.
If you are using an anti-aging cream check your ingredient list to see if Vitamin A is in the list. Retinol attaches to skin cells and forces them to behave like younger, healthy skin cells. Forcing a skin cell to behave like a younger skin cells reduces existing wrinkles, softens fine lines, unclogs pores, strengthen aging skin, and banishes sunspots.
How does Retinol work?
The skin converts topically applied retinol to retinoic acid or tretinoin, which is the same as the prescription drug: Retin-A.
Studies have shown that topically applied retinol reverses the aging signs both physiologically and photoaging, including: wrinkles, thinning of the underlying dermis, and loss of skin elasticity. Retinol is also proven to stimulate collagen production and the formation of Hyaluronic Acid, which keeps the skin tissue plump and hydrated. In addition, Retinol is shown to improve cell turnover and cell renewal.
Retinol is a necessary ingredient to reverse effects of time on the skin. This is the ingredient soften existing wrinkles and prevent new wrinkles from occurring.
Diligence is necessary when using an anti-aging product with Retinol, results are not magical, however, with continued use, visual results will occur.