June 18, 2013
DDF Wrinkle comes from Doctor’s Dermatologic Formula. They claim quite literally that you will relax away wrinkles with a peptide complex and soften lines and wrinkles as well as the skin in general. They use no animal testing at this time, and it apparently minimizes lines, wrinkles, and restores collagen to the skin at large.
History of DDF Wrinkle
DDF Wrinkle is currently marketed by a Dr Howard Sobel MD. It has always been made in the US and was introduced only in the 90′s. DDF products have been famous, more so than other products, because being formulated by a doctor, they have actually shown greater results than your average. Unfortunately, this isn’t saying much all things considered. However, consumers still appreciate it.
DDF Wrinkle does use the peptide known as argireline which “relaxes away wrinkles” as they say. It relaxes the muscles in the face that are contracted with certain facial expressions, and therefore you can get rid of existing wrinkles rather quickly. The problem is the fact that they easily come back. You can protect and nourish your skin with antioxidants and moisturizers. But they are missing some of the best peptides that actually rebuild your skin and ensure that the results will stay. So that is one thing that definitely brings up concern. From what we’ve seen, they don’t seem to provide the results you would expect, and they are really only temporary.
Possible side effects
Some of the ingredients in DDF Wrinkle can cause redness, irritation, burning, itching, flaking, burning sensations, dry skin, rash, inflammation, sensitivity to the sun, peeling, and dryness.
We would not recommend using DDF Wrinkle. It doesn’t have the right ingredients, let alone in the right amounts, and it is very much lacking in various departments. Some have used it with rather temporary success. But if you ask them after they have stopped using it for a month or so, the story would be entirely different. We would not recommend this temporary solution to a long term problem.