• 24-7 Instant Targeted Wrinkle Treatment Reviews

    Sunday, September 22nd, 2019

    by Kelly Morgan, Beauty Consultant

    If you want to do something about wrinkles and premature aging, but are afraid of Botox or cosmetic surgery, then the Freeze 24-7 may be the ideal solution. This new wrinkle cream has been called “Botox in a jar,” and is being snapped up by women in America and the United Kingdom.

    Following recent research reports claiming Botox injections may actually cause wrinkles, many women are scrambling for a safe Botox alternative. The Freeze 24-7 Instant Targeted Wrinkle Treatment has been scientifically shown to reduce wrinkles and fine lines in a matter of minutes.

    the-freeze-24-7-instant-targeted-wrinkle-treatmentInstant Targeted Wrinkle Treatment contains extracts of the Chinese miracle herb “Gynostemma Pentaphyllum,” known as “magic grass” in the Far East because of its anti-aging properties. Used in Chinese medicine, Gynostemma Pentaphyllum is an anti-oxidant that boosts circulation and the body’s immune system.

    The Instant Targeted Wrinkle Treatment was tested independently by AMA Laboratories, which found that individuals saw up to a ninety percent reduction in wrinkles in less than 15 minutes. While these initial effects are temporary, the clinical trials showed that women using the treatment for more than a month had facial lines that were softer, despite stopping their use of the product.

    Freeze Instant Targeted Wrinkle Treatment combines extracts of the herb Gynostemma Pentaphyllum with Gamma Aminobutryic Acid, a muscle relaxant found naturally in the body. Mixed together in this wrinkle cream, the GABA complex works in the short term to relax the muscles in the face, giving the appearance of smoother skin on the surface.

    At the same time, the Gynostemma Pentaphyllum helps longer-term to support and encourage the renewal of skin cells. Instant Targeted Wrinkle Treatment also contains tangerine and pomegranate extracts, two more anti-oxidants.

    A Safe Alternative to Botox?

    In recent months, there has been some negative press about the effects of Botox, and as a result many women are trying and find non-invasive alternatives. Botox, when not administered correctly or when overused, may actually make wrinkles worse according to some news reports.

    Celebrities Joan Collins, Kylie Minogue and Amanda Holden are but a few of the well-known people who have tried Botox and ended up discouraged by the pain or the undesirable results they ended up with. Like so many other women, they are seeking a safe and painless way to get rid of wrinkles.

    The Freeze 24-7 Targeted Wrinkle Treatment has won over beautiful women like Katie Holmes, Halle Berry, Penelope Cruz, Fergie and Marcia Cross. The almost instant improvement in their appearance is a big reason why.

    Instant Targeted Wrinkle Cream Reviews

    Women who have used the product have said that they notice a very rapid reduction in fine lines and wrinkles. Instant Targeted Wrinkle Treatment should be applied to clean dry skin before moisturizing and works rapidly to tighten and firm the skin, with effects lasting up to 24 hours.

    Many women report getting complimented on how young they look and how healthy their skin looks. Compared to cosmetic procedures, the Freeze 24-7 wrinkle remover delivers really good value.

    Some users say that they can look in the mirror and notice the improvement in their skin’s appearance almost immediately. Perhaps it’s time for you as well to give this latest wrinkle cream a try?

    Key Wrinkle Cream Ingredients

    It has been discovered that a compound known as Matrixyl can boost the production of collagen, the body’s anti-wrinkle protein that keeps your skin looking plump and youthful. Research has shown that when concentrations are high enough, Matrixyl boosts the amount of collagen produced by the body.

    Previous studies have questioned the efficacy of skin creams that contain collagen, claiming they cannot penetrate the skin. However Matrixyl, a peptide, stimulates collagen production from within the skin, helping to smooth wrinkles and give the skin a plumper look.

    Retinol is a vitamin A compound, and is the first antioxidant to be used generally in nonprescription wrinkle creams. Antioxidants are substances that neutralize free radicals (unstable oxygen molecules that break down skin cells and lead to wrinkles).

    Retinol is a less potent form of the vitamin A derivative tretinoin, a topical treatment approved by the FDA for treating wrinkles. Tretinoin is available only from your doctor via prescription.

    Alpha hydroxy acids, beta hydroxy acids and poly hydroxy acids are synthetic versions of acids derived from sugar-containing fruits. These acids are exfoliants, which is to say they are substances that remove the upper layer of dead skin and stimulate the growth of smooth new skin.

    Fruit acid facials are one popular means of taking advantage of these anti-wrinkle properties. But because hydroxy acids can increase a person’s susceptibility to sun damage, you should always wear sunscreen during and after your treatments. It’s best to avoid sun exposure for several weeks while the treatments are ongoing.

    (published March 26, 2012)