Is Botox Really All That Wonderful?
An Alternative to Botox
Many people have tried to combat aging with facial peels, serums, and even toxins.
The bacterium, clostridium botulinum, or better known as Botox, can be injected into the muscles, causing them to become paralyzed. This paralysis, in turn, causes the skin around the wrinkles to soften and relax; making the wrinkles appear smaller.
Injecting Botox into the skin is a short term solution to fine lines and wrinkles. Lasting only four to six months, the muscles 'regain consciousness' and another round of toxin needs to be injected.
There are alternatives to needles in the face.
Creams and serums have been developed to improve the production of collagen within the skin, reducing the lines, and filling in the wrinkles.
Liquere© Cream is one such alternative. Liquere© is specially developed to penetrate deep into the skin and awaken the cells that produce collagen. The skin will look younger and more radiant. It contains peptides and Matrixyl to produce these results.
Peptides are small protein chains that absorb rapidly into the skin to help the skin rejuvenate, and Matrixyl has been shown to repair the damage of aged skin on real women, not just in the labs.
In June of 2013, Cosmopolitan magazine UK stated "Matrixyl has been found to almost double the production of collagen, the wrinkle busting protein that keeps skin plump and youthful."
Liquere©, containing both peptides and Matrixyl, is most certainly an alternative to Botox.
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