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Scientifically Proven Anti-Ageing Facial Creams: Do Any Work?


BRISBANE, Australia February, 2013 – With women seeming to endlessly chase that youthful appearance of years gone by, it’s easy to get lost in today’s high tech world of lotions, potions and anti-ageing balms. They all say they give results, but how can the purchaser know if that $100 ‘scientifically proven’ anti-ageing moisturiser can actually deliver them a peachy-smooth complexion? How are the women willing to spend almost anything on looking and feeling better to know if that wonder serum really does erase fine lines?  And one question that’s on every one’s lips – does the budget $10 brand from Coles or Kmart do the job just as well?
Beauty companies love to blind consumers into buying anti-ageing face creams with ‘science’ in many tactical ways, including featuring scientists and vitamin charts in adverts for pricey products designed to make them believe a face cream can perform miracles. However, experts say many expensive products are no more effective than a tub of sorbolene.
So is there a hope of finding a scientifically proven anti-ageing facial treatment that actually works?  Can mere mortals get luminous movie star-like looks out of a bottle?
Well, there does seem to be a ray of common sense coming from a skin care company whose products have undergone an independent, scientific clinical trial. And the results of this trial were so significant; it was published in the prestigious British Journal of Dermatology.
The Medical Director for Embryo Singapore, Dr Victor Ong said, “Most creams have no real science behind them. So for a non-prescriptive skin cream to make this achievement is remarkable.
“Before you buy your next skincare product, ask the hard questions.  Where is the real evidence behind creams with AHA’s, peptides, vitamin C and all the other buzz-word ingredients?  Do they have independent clinical trials on the actual products? One thing is for sure, Swede Success products are proven to work in a way no other products on the market have before.”
The clinical trial for this scientifically proven anti-ageing face cream was conducted at the Karolinska Hospital in Stockholm, one of Europe’s leading university hospitals, and home of the Nobel Prize for Medicine. It is a world famous and highly respected research hospital, with a long history of academic excellence and the advancement of modern medicine.
Swede Success is the only non-prescriptive facial cream that has been proven to provide a reduction of wrinkles by an average of 51% (and up to 65%) over a 12 week period as published in the prestigious British Journal of Dermatology. It also reduces pigmentation, pore size and results in smoother-looking skin. To find out more about this scientifically proven anti-ageing facial cream, visit


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