So you thought Botox only came in needles. You were right – but wrong at the same time. Because although Botox injections remain the raison d’etre of the anti-aging elite, and get rid of wrinkles fast, and with shocking efficiency, Instant Wrinkle Reducer is formulated with a peptide from those famous injections.
The peptide, called Argireline, gives Instant Wrinkle Reducer the same effect as Botox, albeit to a less (and less invasive) degree. That makes the product of interest to women and men who want to look young quickly.
Like Botox, the results are not permanent with Instant Wrinkle Reducer. And yet you get a similar result: use Instant Wrinkle Reducer to make wrinkles fade quickly – as in while you watch. Then enjoy the gift of looking younger for up to eight hours.
Instant Wrinkle Reducer ™
Instant Wrinkle Reducer ™ is a topical cream from the Skinception ™ line of skincare products. Like you’d expect with a product with that name on the label, it’s on the cutting edge of skin care science.
Admittedly, Instant Wrinkle Reducer ™ is not the product you’d buy for ongoing wrinkle reduction; this is to look young now. You’re paying for fast results with Instant Wrinkle Reducer ™, and that’s precisely what you get, thanks to its combination of two ingredients that quickly get rid of wrinkles and help make facial skin look youthful and resilient.
Those ingredients are:
- Argireline – A peptide fragment of SNAP-25, Argireline is a substrate of Botox and works in a similar manner, but has a short term effect.
- Hyaluronic Acid – A substance that occurs naturally in human connective tissue, synovial fluid and the eye, hyaluronic acid binds to water in skin and keeps it hydrated. Hyaluronic acid tends to decrease with age, which contributes to aging with the passage of time.
These two ingredients pack an instant anti-aging wallop to facial skin; the Argireline prevents the facial muscles from contracting, and the hyaluronic acid binds to water in your skin. The latter helps to restore two skin proteins, collagen and elastin, which gives skin its thick and resilient qualities present in young people.
What to Expect
Expect what the name implies. Instant Wrinkle Reducer gets rid of wrinkles instantly, for up to eight hours, so you look radiant at work, out for the evening, or other times and places where you want and need to look your best.
Use Instant Wrinkle Reducer ™ for:
- A Quick Fix – The real reason you’re buying Instant Wrinkle Reducer. You won’t be disappointed – the product is formulated to fade wrinkles while you watch, and keep skin looking youthful for close to a full-work day (or long night out!).
- Painless Wrinkle Reduction – One of the biggest selling points of Instant Wrinkle Reduction is the fact that it’s topical. No needles here – Instant Wrinkle Reducer does not hurt (and it absorbs quickly).
- Awesome Results – You’re getting the same mechanism as Botox with Instant Wrinkle Reducer. That may not last for three months, but you should see a huge difference regardless.
90 Days to Get Your Money Back
Instant Wrinkle Reducer ™ is a Skinception ™ product. You know what that means. Aside from the reassurance of a quality label, it also gets you 90 days to try the product and return it for a complete refund minus shipping and handling if you’re not happy.
Very few clients are returning the product, but that certainly helps. You wouldn’t get that for the $800+ you’d plop down for a Botox injection, but you get it with Instant Wrinkle Reducer – and the immediate and dramatic results that go with it.
The gist of things with Instant Wrinkle Reducer is you’ll look younger, fast, and get your money back if you don’t. That’s reassurance, and a nice touch by a company that cares about its clients.
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References & External links
- Ruiz, M. A., et al. “Evaluation of the anti-wrinkle efficacy of cosmetic formulations with an anti-aging peptide (Argireline®).” Ars Pharm 50.4 (2010): 168-176.
- Blanes‐Mira, C., et al. “A synthetic hexapeptide (Argireline) with antiwrinkle activity.” International journal of cosmetic science 24.5 (2002): 303-310.
- Wang, Yuan, et al. “The Anti-Wrinkle Efficacy of Argireline, a Synthetic Hexapeptide, in Chinese Subjects.” American journal of clinical dermatology 14.2 (2013): 147-153. “Argireline is a synthetic peptide that is patterned from the N-terminal end of the protein SNAP-25 and has been shown to reduce the degree of facial wrinkles. It is reported to inhibit vesicle docking by preventing formation of the ternary SNARE complex and by interfering in catecholamine release. The anti-wrinkle efficacy of argireline has not been studied in Chinese subjects.“
- Wang, Yuan, et al. “The anti-wrinkle efficacy of Argireline.” Journal of Cosmetic and Laser Therapy 15.4 (2013): 237-241. “This study revealed that Argireline could improve the histological structure of skin tissue and rejuvenate the aging skin.“
- Skinception™: https://www.skinception.com/
- Ruiz Martínez, María A., et al. “Evaluation of the anti-wrinkle efficacy of cosmetic formulations with an anti-aging peptide (Argireline®).” (2010). “The purpose of this research was to evaluate, by means of in vivo studies, the efficacy of new cosmetic active ingredients which effect of botox, called Argireline®), so that width and depth of wrinkles could be established. For this, it is prepared two formulations: an emulsion with an external aqueous phase for normal to dry skin, and a gel for oily skin. We likewise study the water content of the skin after the application of both formulas, as this must be one of the priority functions of facial treatments in general, as well as the level of satisfaction from the subjective point of view, fundamental for patients and their continuation of the treatment. After the designed tests, it is possible to verify that there is a remarkable diminution of the wrinkles size tested in each patient during the month of treatment. Besides, it is possible to review how the moisturizing capacity has been increased in all cases. At the end of the visual test, all the volunteers experienced a reduction in the depth of wrinkles, and from the subjective point of view, the appearance and elasticity of the skin were improved. Finally it is possible to conclude that Argireline® (acetyl hexapeptide-8 ) shows a great antiaging capacity in all the cases that have been studied and the tried compounds have increased moisturizing power.“
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