Posted 10 November 2005 - 11:02 PM
One can have different views about the cosmetics industry producing "anti aging" appplications. Some products might actually have some superficial rejuvenation effect, eg. by cleansing aggregates, supplying antioxidants or stimulating blood flow.
This product blocks neurotransmiters which cause muscle contraction to supress wrinkles (similar to Botulinum neurotoxins). That, to me, is no anti-aging application at all. They also claim that their product stimulates production of collagen which might be closer to the borderline anti aging applications described above.
In terms of product, it would appear to be a rather nice alternative to Botox parties, but true anti-aging medicine it is not.