You will without a doubt encounter a huge variety of products when searching for the best anti-aging skin care creams. Many manufactures will claim that their anti-aging skin cream can do what no other product can do. How do you know what and what not to believe?
Many of these company representatives haven’t got a clue as to if the product actually works or not. It’s not his job to know, because he is nothing more than a ‘propaganda man’. He gets paid by convincing people to buy based on the belief that he has the best anti-aging skin creams ever created.
You don’t need a sales pitch; you need factual scientific data in order to have the necessary information to compare the different products out there. Has the anti-aging skin cream been clinically tested is a question you should ask, and if so where are the results of these tests?
Also never buy a cosmetic product through a magazine or from television. Of course the ad or the celebrity spokesperson will happily tell you about all of the natural ingredients that make theirs the absolute best anti-aging skin creams available.
What they won’t tell you is that the ad you’re currently looking at was paid for by money the company saved by using all of the expense cutting chemical additives they lace their anti-aging skin creams with. Many of these chemicals could possibly harm or irritate your skin. Others could simply kill you.
They didn’t forget to mention shipping and handling charges or about the 4 to 6 weeks you’ll have to wait for delivery did they? So how can the producers of the so-called best anti-aging skin care creams forget to tell you about the possibility of harmful side effects from using their products? Could the horrible truth be that they didn’t forget, they just don’t care?
The use of all natural, healthy ingredients would be better from a health perspective. These natural ingredients are more costly, and the makers of these anti-aging skin creams see it only from a financial perspective.
Besides, even though the chemicals in their product could possibly be harmful, they are not required by law to warn the buying public about them. These are health related products, how come the Food and Drug Administration allows them to get away with this? Funny you should ask.
Even though technically cosmetic goods are health related products, the makers of the “best anti-aging skin care creams” are not bound by FDA regulation. This is because even though these anti-aging skin care creams are absorbed through the skin and into the bloodstream, they are topical and not orally introduced.
Leave it to bureaucratic reasoning to come up with a distinction like that. Control actually falls to the Federal Trade Commission whose regulation of the industries under them is vaguely reminiscent of the Keystone Cops.