by Tina Hunter, Beauty Consultant
If you want to have beautiful skin like the Duchess of Cambridge and her sister Pippa Middleton, then you are in luck. A new wrinkle cream called Lancome Visionnaire looks to be a big hit among celebrities and the jet set.
In fact, Kate and Pippa Middleton were the first among a lucky few in the United Kingdom to give this new miracle beauty cream a try. They were sent Lancome’s Visionnaire anti-wrinkle serum, a new anti-aging skin care product in high demand across Britain.
Kate and Pippa – along with Emma Watson, who is a spokesperson for the skincare brand – managed to bypass the months-long waiting lists and were shipped samples of the wrinkle serum directly from Lancome. The anti-wrinkle product works so well at correcting wrinkles and imperfections that proponents believe it is a viable alternative to Botox.
Visionnaire by Lancome contains the beauty molecule LR 2412, a new and unique wrinkle-removing ingredient. The serum’s molecule LR 2412 was tested by independent dermatology researchers at Manchester University in the U.K. and found to be quite effective in removing wrinkles and fine lines around the mouth, as well as crow’s feet around the eyes.
News reports say that researchers called the results convincing and said they were impressed with the product’s ability to improve the skin’s appearance. Furthermore, the scientists claim that this new wrinkle treatment is safe for almost any woman to use.
The LR 2412 contained in Lancome Visionnaire works just as well as retinoic acid, a wrinkle remover which is only available by prescription. But the good news about Visionnaire anti-wrinkle cream is that is does not have any of the side effects of Retin-A, which means it can safely be sold over the counter.
Visionnaire by Lancome has been so effective in early trials that many women are now reconsidering whether or not to have Botox injections. As an alternative to Botox, this new skincare treatment has already made believers out of many. The Lancome Visionnaire reviews have been overwhelmingly positive.
The best wrinkle creams are those that remove fine lines and wrinkles on the forehead, around the eyes and in the corners of the mouth. By all reports, Lancomme Visionnaire wrinkle serum does a great job in all these areas.
For women who are hoping to rejuvenate their skin without the need for Botox or other forms of cosmetic surgery, Visionnaire by Lancome is seen as a natural form of wrinkle removal. Undoubtedly, other skincare brands like Maybelline, Estee Lauder and Clinique are scrambling to come up with their own wrinkle creams.
But for now, Lancome Visionnaire seems to be the best wrinkle cream on the market today, and women around the U.K. are standing in line to get their hands on it. If you are lucky enough to get a hold of some, you certainly will be rewarded with younger and more beautiful skin.
Even if you don’t want to spend a fortune on laser cellulite treatments, you can still look younger and more attractive. Find out for yourself why Lancome’s Visionnaire has been called a “miracle wrinkle cream.”
If you are seeking dramatic changes to your skin, you are probably going to need products prescribed by a doctor. The most well-known anti-wrinkle products available by prescription include Retinoids like Avage and Renova.
Retinoids are essentially vitamin A derivatives, and are currently the only topical prescription for wrinkles that is proven to work. Dermatologists believe retinoids work by stimulating the growth of more collagen and possibly new skin cells.
Research has shown that retinoids can smooth fine lines and wrinkles but won’t eliminate them completely. Unfortunately, retinoids don’t work well on frown lines and other deep wrinkles, although they may help to fade dark age spots on the face.
Users of retinoids should be aware that these compounds can be quite irritating to the skin. Patients should expect their skin to be red, itchy and peeling during the initial weeks of use.
Eventually the irritation goes away, but some patients complain of chronically dry skin for as long as they use retinoid products. Users must also take great care to avoid overexposure to the sun, as the skin becomes highly sensitive to UV exposure.
Applied in low concentrations, hydroxy acids like glycolic or lactic acid are contained in certain over-the-counter wrinkle creams and skin exfoliators for home use. Much stronger acids are used by doctors to do chemical peels. The theory of chemicals peels is that when the skin grows back, it will be smoother and younger-looking.
Patients should be aware that their skin can be red and sore for many weeks after a chemical peels, as well as being extremely sensitive to UV light. Moreover, research has not shown chemical peels to be consistently effective for wrinkle removal.
(published September 2, 2011)