Let me tell you about an anti wrinkle face cream which took me years to find the best. It cost me a shot when I found it, but I was determined to make time in my life to fit in and take care of my skin. It’s unbelievable how much time I wasted with mediocre products that never gave me the result I was looking for. My search began with a recommendation from a friend, and I began to tries all over the Place. Nothing worked. As with an alternative such as dermal filler treatment.
That’s when I finally decided to quit all those gimmicks that didn’t work and start using the best anti wrinkle face cream I’d ever seen. I’d never really had a secret to my collagen and elastin issues. I just didn’t think they’d matter to me any more. You know the deal, they say skin is forever. Well these days I am in my mid-forties and my skin isn’t as saggy as it once was. I figure I’ve done enough damage to have them for good.
No more trying out every last face cream product, I’ll say to myself. I finally did it. And this time I’ll tell you about the product I used.
Yes, I finally found a product that matched my skin and proved to me, it was the best anti wrinkle face cream ever made.
My friend recommended the product because she uses it herself. She’s seventy-nine and just completed her seventh unsuccessful attempt to get rid of wrinkles. She uses the day cream in the morning and the night cream at night. She also recommends that I use the cream at least five days a week, but no more than twice.
It has nice big molecules, just what I needed to break down those big molecules that keep those wrinkles and fine lines away. I’ve always been on the move a lot, so I didn’t mind that the big molecules would eat through my skin barrier in a matter of minutes.
I gave it a try, and lo and behold, it worked. What was that? Three days. That’s shorter than I expected. For me, that was an accomplishment. It made me confident again. I’d repeated the whole process twice to get the results I wanted.
My friend also said that she’d seen a difference in her neck line and wrinkles. She was so pleased that after only a month; her wrinkles and fine lines were so much diminished that you could hardly see them. She flashes me a “How?” every time that I ask her about her results. She’s had them for years. I asked her about the product she’s using for maintenance, and she hadn’t mentioned any.
Granted, her condition seems to be exacerbated by the fact that the set of anti-ageing creams she uses has a built-in sunscreen. She doesn’t want to have to wear SPF 30 (her wrists are already) and she’s been burning her hands on the stove. She also has no problem with the amount of time she spends in the sun. But the sun also gave her those wrinkles and sagging skin. It also played a role in her run-down skin.
It’s fun when someone lashes out at you from across the room. It’s even more fun when they’re not trying to sell you anything, but to sell you a book. Yes, I’d say I have a new friend. And my new friend is a Trouble Magazine writer. In addition to being a TV and movie actress, she also wrote the book about how she turned herself into a 900-year-old virgin. It’s calledreating Your Skin to Please the Holy Family.
I bring this up because one of the things that I’ve always done is avoid the fights. It’s easy to take the easy road, but the truth is it’s not the path to success. If you find yourself getting into a argument with someone over something at work or in the world, take the time to cool down and read some Troubles; they’ll give you peace of mind.
Speaking of Troubles, my old aggressive alter-ego used to call customers “Trouffruits” and used to refer to men as “Finkles.” I had to stroke my forehead and smile every time he would say those things. Of course, he was referring to me, but I wasn’t going to change my name. Anyway, I did brush my teeth every day.
I was already getting older, and I noticed I had some wrinkles on my forehead, but I didn’t go around and say, “Oh my gosh, what is going on with my face!!!” I just figured everyone looked at me like I was some lost cause or something. So I didn’t go out and spend a fortune on plastic surgery until I was about 30. I bought some face cream, too, but I didn’t use it on my face more than twice a day.