I'm sure some of you are interested in seeing if one of these products work for you.
Many products that claim to help with cosmetic appearance have questionable scientific studies behind them. A product can be good if it has a strong and reliable scientific basis. I'll start by taking a look at some of the research behind some of these products. For more, check out this article: Cosmetic Science Review: Cosmetic Scams - What Is a Cosmetic? Many companies that market cosmetic products claim to reduce the number of acne breakouts or other acne scars. In a study done by the University of Miami (a top academic research center in the United States), those products that had a stronger effect on acne scars did not work as well as those with a weaker effect. The study also found that products that caused fewer acne breakouts also did not reduce the risk of breakouts. Some of the cosmetic products for acne are also promoted as being anti-aging and/or anti-wrinkle. They may have ingredients that may actually make the skin appear older or thin. Here are some examples of cosmetic products that don't appear to be as effective as others. The research cited in the research has found that even though they were able to reduce acne breakouts, they didn't appear to reduce the skin's overall age or appearance.