The truth about anti-ageing products
January 23, 2007 2:07am CST
Womankind's obsession with youth is legendary. Cleopatra used to take milk baths to keep her skin young and wrinkle-free. And modern science reveals that lactic acids in milk do actually contribute to removing fine wrinkles. In ancient times, women used a multitude of products in order to keep the ageing process at bay, without knowing the scientific basis. However, today it is not fair to accept any promise at face value -- you have a right to know what goes into your anti-ageing creams and lotions, and how they work. What products or methods according to you provide anti-ageing effects
23 Jan 07
I'm using the albumen or white of chicken egg as a facial mask at night it is best for skin firming, leave it for a couple of minutes and wash it after. It really feels smooth and it is proven and tested safe with no adverse effect. 1 egg white can be used for 4 days just keep in refregirator.
23 Jan 07
I think anti ageing works to some extent but u cannot fool ageeing.what is part of nature has to pass with the nature . I have a frien who used different creams to hide her wrinkles but ended up damaging her skin permanantly. these products are better and more powerfull then the chemicals available in the market