If you haven’t bought a concealer for a while and you’re a bit strapped for cash, choose one now with optical pigments. You’ll notice a big difference from the old-fashioned concealers, which were really just a matt pancake-type cream.
Optical Pigment ConcealerThe optical pigments in the newest concealers bounce the light off the skin and so minimize the appearance of wrinkles.
However, with a little extra cash, you can benefit from something even better than the newest concealer.
Wrinkle Remover Cream - Primer And FillerThere are now skincare products containing optical pigments too. The two types of "magic" wrinkle remover cream I refer to are:
You apply most products of this type, using a tiny nozzle, along the length of the line and then pat it in gently with your finger. You can use it under (leave for a few minutes to set) or over make-up.
Arbonne have a product called "Wrinkle Filler" but I don’t think this contains optical pigments (maybe someone can confirm or deny this). At any rate I noticed no immediate visible difference when I used it. I think it gives your skin an antioxidant charge to help improve its appearance.
A primer, on the other hand, is applied all over your face. At the moment I use one from I.D., which I like. However, I’m keen to try others and to hear your opinions of any you might try.
Like fillers, optically enhanced primers contain skin-smoothing silicones and light-reflective ingredients. Because they also contain skincare formulas, they have a texture of a moisturizer and unless you have extremely dry skin, you'll probably find that a primer is all you need.
At least that makes them a bit more affordable!
Regain Your Youth With Wrinkle Remover CreamYour skin will look more youthful certainly, even if all wrinkles don’t really disappear completely!
No, it’s not just your eyes giving out on you, the primer will make those wrinkles a little fuzzy looking, more like a soft-focus photo!
Any open pores are minimized and all in all a "wrinkle remover cream" will rejuvenate and smooth out the surface of your skin, prior to applying make-up.
When you try one of these line fillers or an optically enhanced primer, please let us know what you think about it at Anti-wrinkle Cream Reviews