how to reduce wrinkles in 2023

How to Reduce Wrinkles in 2023

Niacinamide Skin Rejuvenation Formula with Vitamin E, Algae Extract, and Hyaluronic Acid

As we age, the million-dollar question becomes, “how do we reduce wrinkles?” The answer is different for everybody, as we each have different skin types and needs. If you have dabbled in skincare, you know there isn’t a one size fits all approach.

The media will have you believe that reducing the appearance of wrinkles requires face lifts, Botox, laser resurfacing, or other invasive procedures, but happily, that isn’t always the case.

Often, wrinkle reduction requires a few effective ingredients, which we will discuss shortly.

It is important to note that products that work for some may not work for all. Additionally, you should never expect immediate results, but if you don’t see some improvement within a few weeks of using the following ingredients, then it may be time to change your skincare game.

Glè for Wrinkles

Glè for Wrinkles is an all-natural solution to repair the steady signs of aging. This anti-wrinkle formula targets fine lines, sun or aging spots, and stubborn wrinkles along the forehead and mouth.

Glè formulated their anti-wrinkle cream to slow down the signs of aging with effective ingredients, which include antioxidants, vitamins, hyaluronic acid, and niacinamide to reverse the hands of time while protecting the skin from future damage.

Key Ingredients  

This highly concentrated niacinamide anti-wrinkle cream improves skin elasticity and encourages new cell growth to minimize the signs of aging.

In combination with niacinamide, other key ingredients include:

Vitamin E – an omega-3 fatty acid, esteemed for protecting the skin against UV exposure and inflammatory damage.

Hyaluronic acid – this naturally occurring substance is found in the body and retains moisture to keep the skin hydrated.

Algae extract – an extract of various algae, including seaweed, this ingredient acts as a humectant and emollient.


Niacinamide, a form of vitamin B3, has become one of the most popular skincare ingredients on the market, next to retinoids, AHAs/BHAs, and hyaluronic acid – to name a few.

It performs best in the following areas:

  • Hyperpigmentation (darkening of the skin)
  • Acne (a common inflammatory skin disorder)
  • Fine lines 

Clinical studies reveal that niacinamide applied topically can improve signs of aging (wrinkles, yellowing, etc.), increase elasticity and reduce hyperpigmentation, and blotchiness.

This miracle ingredient is gentle on the skin, which makes it ideal for all skin types, and plays well with other ingredients

Vitamin E

Vitamin E is a well-known antioxidant for skin health. It comes with a host of benefits, including its primary role, to protect the skin against free radical damage. It doesn’t act like sunscreen (and shouldn’t be used as a replacement), but studies show that its molecules can absorb UVB light – but not light from the UVA spectrum.

Consider the main causes of premature aging. Sun exposure tops the list, but so do free radicals caused by lifestyle choices, such as cigarette smoking. Your skin needs all the protection it can get, which is why vitamin E has become a formidable ingredient in skincare products.

Hyaluronic Acid

Niacinamide and hyaluronic acid have become two of the most popular ingredients in the skincare industry. But did you know your body naturally produces hyaluronic acid and that this compound is mostly found in the skin?

The main purpose of hyaluronic acid is to retain moisture. In fact, this compound can hold 1,000x its weight in water! As we get older, our body steadily loses moisture. By replenishing the skin with hyaluronic acid, fine lines, wrinkles, and loose skin are less likely to occur.

Never underestimate the anti-aging ability of moisturized skin. 

Algae Extract

Not as popular as other antioxidants, algae extract plays a significant role in improving skin texture. Containing omega-3 fatty acids, amino acids, and essential skin vitamins, it’s a wonder this ingredient isn’t found in more skincare products.

Not only can algae extract help reduce wrinkles, but it also soothes the skin by reducing oxidative stress in the skin (caused by external free radicals, like air pollution and UV rays).

Additionally, this antioxidant contains organic compounds called secondary metabolites, which work to brighten the skin and promote radiance.

These powerful ingredients come together in the Glè for Wrinkles anti-aging formula to help you win the battle against wrinkles. 

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