The answer is yes and no. It is actually both. One the most popular question we get quit often is using moisturizers prevent wrinkles? Some people swear by it, being them cost younger looking and better complexion while others says they have no effect at all.
Is true or not ? It is actually both. What high quality of skincare can do is to plump and hydrate the top most layer of the skin, called the epidermis. This could improve the texture and deduce the fine lines. Wrinkles occur when the collagen fibers in the skin break down. In the skin, collagen supports the epidermis, leading its durability. Aging, and environmental factors, such as sun exposure or smoking, cause wrinkles. Some of these factors like sun exposure, hydration, smoking, and drinking are controlled variables and can be altered by the individual.
Wrinkle creams only work on the outer layer of the skin but that is not where it matters more. All the good moisturizers are all transient, and do not prevent wrinkling or long term skin aging. Moisturizers cannot help to repair the breakdown of collagen fibers in your skin. Even face lotions and creams with collagen, their molecules are too big to pass through the skin's pores and so they are not able to penetrate the surface of the skin. So wrinkle cream can't get rid of wrinkles, it can help to reduce the appearance of fine lines by adding water to skin, get rid of dullness, making wrinkles appear less noticeable.
Moisturizers may not get rid of wrinkles, but it can definitely prevent and improve your skin condition. Let skin stay hydrated, drink a lot of water, use sun protection, and don't stay in the sun for more than 30 minutes daily ( 30 minutes daily will be great for your vitamin D production) .
Gelmersea Q10 Orchid Face Cream is very high quality moisturizer for dry and sensitive skin.