Hope in a Jar?

There are many moisturizers and anti-wrinkle creams on the market today that promise some unrealistic results, such as offering a “face lift in a bottle.” While some of these products might firm the skin, they will not produce the same results as dermal fillers, BOTOX® Cosmetic, or face lift in Dallas.

Despite the marketing hype, very little scientific research has been conducted on the effectiveness of many common ingredients found in these lotions. In fact, because the FDA classifies creams and lotions as “cosmetics,” they are not regulated as medical products like JUVÉDERM® Injectable Gel or BOTOX Cosmetic (which are considered “drugs”).

Even though no over-the-counter product can produce the same benefits as surgical facial rejuvenation procedures or minimally-invasive treatments, good quality skincare products can improve your skin. By maintaining a consistent skincare routine using quality products with proven ingredients, you can help improve the tone, texture, and overall quality of your skin.

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