Reprint Anti-aging Cream
Reprint Anti-aging Cream was created by an ordinary wrinkle cream user in her very own kitchen. After researching which products were proven to reduce wrinkles, the creator developed her own product that advertises the ability to reduce wrinkles’ appearance in twenty-eight days. Not only are wrinkles said to be reduced in less than a month but their appearances are to be diminished by ten to fifteen years.
Reprint Anti-aging Cream advertises the ability to reduce fine lines and crow’s feet as well as skin discoloration and age spots. It also is said to improve the feel and overall texture of skin. With the inspiration of Swiss cosmetic manufacturers, Reprint Anti-aging Cream may just be the secret that the world has been looking for.
The main component in Reprint Anti-aging Cream is its Stemplex mixture. Stemplex contains green tea, two kinds of peptides, and apple stem cells. These plant stem cells are from Swiss apples, yet plant stems cells have not been proven to stimulate collagen or elastin production in the skin. Human stem cells have reportedly stimulated their production but not plant stems cells.
Green tea contains caffeine, an ingredient that can reduce puffiness in skin. Peptides are the only ingredient in Reprint Anti-aging Cream that has proven results of reducing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. However peptides are required to be present in high amounts and multiples to be effective. Since only two peptides are in Reprint Anti-aging Cream, their ability to stimulate elastin and collagen production is quite minimal.
Reprint Anti-aging Cream also contains orange fragrance, shea butter, and water. Unfortunately Reprint Anti-aging Cream does not list all of its ingredients, which may lead to allergic reaction in some consumers.
Because Reprint Anti-aging Cream does not list all its ingredients and does not include sufficient amounts of the right ingredients, its probability of reducing wrinkles is quite low. There is currently no proof to show that Reprint Anti-aging Cream actually does it advertises.