Scientists inched closer as they discovered an enzyme keeps wrinkles at bay and keeps the skin looking younger
There are hundreds of thousands of creams on the market that promise consumers everlastingly youthful looks. But can they really make a difference? Previously, there's been little scientific evidence to back their effectiveness against crow's feet or frown lines. However, researchers from the University of Reading claim that they have found that a chemical used in some anti-wrinkle cream really does work. Apparently, this "miracle chemical" produces clear anti-aging results by doubling the amount of protein collagen produced by the skin.