Rare Flower ERASES Your Wrinkles
I’m going to let you in on a secret.
If you want to look younger on the outside, it starts with what’s going on the inside.
And if you’re already seeing signs of aging, you might be tempted to try an anti-aging cream.
Most of these creams have an active ingredient called retinol – a type of vitamin A – which can give you some results.
But if you really want to ERASE those deep, set-in wrinkles you should try something else.
You see, researchers have found that creams made from a rare Indian flower are even more effective than retinol-based products at turning back the clock on your skin.
Plus, you can get your hands on them today!
There’s no doubt that retinol improves the appearance of your skin.
But there one ironic downside.
For some people it can cause irritation and skin sensitivity, causing your skin to turn red and peel off.
Thanks… but no thanks.
In a recent study published in the British Journal of Dermatology, scientists put retinol in a head-to-head test against a new, practically unheard-of ingredient.
The ingredient is called bakuchiol, and it’s found in the seeds of an Indian flower called the babchi plant.
Bakuchiol has been used in Chinese and Ayurvedic medicine for centuries for soothing rashes, healing cuts, and calming redness.
Now, this ancient plant could take the modern skin care world by storm.
In a study that included 44 women, researchers gave half of the women a retinol-based cream, and half used one with bakuchiol. They used it twice a day for 12 weeks.
After three months, BOTH creams improved the appearance of wrinkles and pigmentation, specifically leading to a 20% reduction in wrinkle texture.
But that’s where the similarities ended.
More people using the Indian plant cream were able to significantly reduce the size and intensity of any skin pigmentation. And just as importantly, the retinol group experienced far more scaling and stinging.
In other words, bakuchiol produced greater benefits and fewer side effects than what is considered to be the “best” anti-aging cream available.
Bakuchiol is essentially a gentler alternative to retinol.
If you’d like to give bakuchiol a try for yourself, there are no shortage of options out there. I have not tried any of these myself, but here are a few selections to get you started:
Both are available on Amazon.com.
To a brighter day,
Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
Written By Dr. Richard Gerhauser, M.D.
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