Sunday, January 19, 2014

Dr. Oz And Argireline

Argireline (Acetyl hexapeptide-3) Anti Wrinkle Cream

Did you watch that Dr. Oz program on TV where he takes Diana on the road and asks people to guess her age? Average guessed age came out to be 54 years. What a shame. Diana is 44. Dr. Oz recommended her Argireline. Dr. Oz  calls this magical cream "hope in the jar". Its scientific name is Acetyl hexapeptide-3 and it is marketed by a Spanish company Lipotec. It has proved to reduce wrinkles on forehead and around eyes. Because of its these properties, it is being termed as Anti Aging cream also. Since its discovery, thousands of  companies have come out with various versions of creams having Argireline. Argireline works like botox and it has come as a great news in the cosmetics industry. Sadly, all the creams are not able to create the same affect as demonstrated by Dr. Oz. We decided to find the reason and found that any cream which has less than 10 % of concentration of Argireline is not at all effective. So read the contents of the cream thoroughly and if you find Argireline's content to be less than 10%, do not buy it.
Argireline & Antioxidant Serum - 2
Argireline & Antioxidant Serum - 2
 
We recommend, Argireline & Antioxidant Serum - 2 oz marketed by The Skin Savers. This products has 15% of Argireline concentration and has proved to be the most effective.