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Hydroface Anti Aging System – Could Hydroface Be an Alternative to Botox?

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Aging is inevitable. With age comes experience, maturity, but also wrinkles and fine lines. You can’t skip aging, but if you want to, you can definitely protect your skin from aging. Every year people around the world opt for anti-aging treatments such as laser resurfacing, microdermabrasion, chemical peels, botox or various injections or even more specific means such as cosmetic cosmetic surgery. Staying young with stunning skin doesn’t mean you have to do it and go under the knife for cosmetic surgery. More and more people are trying to find non-invasive, safer ways to achieve the same goal: “Be wrinkle-free,” but without surgery or potentially harmful chemicals.

Botox injections are often recommended to reduce fine lines and wrinkles around the eyes and mouth, but this anti-aging treatment is expensive and can occasionally have side effects. These are the main reasons why so many people are looking for a Botox alternative. Although the age indicator is ticking every second, you can stay young and beautiful by using products that prevent the signs of aging by using nature’s most powerful nutrients for your skin.

Do you want to look young with healthy skin and are you looking for a non-invasive, safe anti-aging treatment that works? Then read on.

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All the media are talking about the extraordinary results on wrinkles of the Hydroface anti-aging system and one of its components: Argireline.

What is the Hydroface Anti-Aging System?

The Hydroface system consists of 2 creams:

  • Hydroface AM/PM Anti-Wrinkle Complex, a night and day face cream that stimulates skin cell renewal, promotes elasticity and helps to tone, hydrate and tone your skin.
  • Hydroface’s advanced under-eye formula removes dark circles, eliminates puffiness under the eyes and reduces crow’s feet around the eyes.

Both creams should be used twice a day. According to clinical studies, the Hydroface Anti-Aging System should produce amazing results in the first month of use. The firmness and elasticity of your skin is increased, dark areas under the eyes are reduced, your skin is highly hydrated and you get an even skin.

Along with these benefits, hydroface products are less expensive than botox injections and can be an effective alternative, or at least the first solution you can try.

What are the active ingredients in the Hydroface Anti-Aging System?

Hydroface creams consist of well-known active ingredients such as Hyaluronic Acid, Matrixyl, Evening Primrose Oil, … but the one everyone is talking about is Argireline, a newly developed product.

What is Argireline?

Argireline is a synthetic anti-wrinkle cosmetic ingredient (acetylhexapeptide-3) manufactured by the Spanish company Lipotec. Argireline is a key ingredient used in a wide range of makeup and skin care anti-aging creams. When Argeline is applied to the skin, it relaxes facial tension by inhibiting reactions that move or contract muscles, these effects are similar to Botox injections. Clinical studies show that it can reduce the depth of wrinkles by up to 30% in 30 days of use at a 10% concentration in anti-aging creams.

Argireline was developed relatively recently, and as such, the benefits and effects of long-term use are unknown.

Products containing Argeline undergo extensive testing to ensure their safety, but side effects can occur. The remarkable effect you can experience is minimal sagging of your skin caused by muscle relaxants. When Botox injections target specific muscles, Argireline is likely to relax your entire face and may contribute to facial sagging. People prone to facial sagging should approach Argireline with caution. This effect can be prevented by reducing exposure to Argireline.

Also, remember that changing the way your skin looks and feels is about more than just applying a cream twice a day. Healthy, youthful skin starts with a healthy lifestyle, diet and exercise.

Thanks to Laurent Serbanne

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