Many wrinkle creams and lotions sold in department stores, in drugstores and on
the Internet promise to reduce wrinkles and prevent or reverse damage caused by
Do they work? Some research suggests that wrinkle creams contain ingredients
that may improve wrinkles. But many of these ingredients haven't undergone
scientific research to prove this benefit.
If you're looking for a face-lift in a bottle, you won't find it in over-the-
counter (nonprescription) wrinkle creams. But they may slightly improve the
appearance of your skin, depending on how long you use the product and the
amount and type of the active ingredient in the wrinkle cream(......)
The FDA classifies creams and lotions as cosmetics, which are defined as having
no medical value. So the FDA regulates them more lightly than it does drugs.
This means that products don't need to undergo rigorous testing for safety and
effectiveness before going to market.!!!!
Because the FDA doesn't evaluate cosmetic products for effectiveness, there's
no guarantee that any over-the-counter product will reduce your wrinkles or
even contain any of its advertised ingredients!!!!
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