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Eucerin Q10 Anti-Wrinkle Face Cream Sensitive Skin Fragrance Free -- 1.7 oz

Eucerin Q10 Anti-Wrinkle Face Cream Sensitive Skin Fragrance Free
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Eucerin Q10 Anti-Wrinkle Face Cream Sensitive Skin Fragrance Free -- 1.7 oz

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Eucerin Q10 Anti-Wrinkle Face Cream Sensitive Skin Fragrance Free Description

  • Dermatologist Recommended
  • Non-Comedogenic • Fragrance Free
  • Alcohol Free
  • Dermatological Skin Care
  • Coenzyme Q10 enriched formula firms and moisturizes for softer, smoother looking skin.

EUCERIN® Q10 ANTI-WRINKLE FACE CREAM is an anti-wrinkle moisturizing creme made for dry, sensitive skin. It is specially formulated to be non-irritating and to gently reduce the look of wrinkles and the signs of aging.

  • Reduces the look of fine lines and wrinkles within 5 weeks
  • Firms and moisturizes for softer, smoother skin
  • Can be used alone or under make-up
  • Fragrance-free, alcohol-free, non-comedogenic

What is Coenzyme Q10? Coenzyme Q10 occurs naturally in the body to defend against the aging process. As you age, the amount of Q10 in your skin decreases


EUCERIN® Q10 ANTI-WRINKLE FACE CREME helps to replenish this naturally occurring enzyme which is vital to healthy looking skin. Together with Vitamin E and Beta-Carotene, it also forms a powerful antioxidant complex to help protect against the damaging effects of free radicals.


Apply to face and throat area. Use morning and evening.

Free Of
Fragrance, alcohol.

*These statements have not been evaluated by the Food and Drug Administration. This product is not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent any disease.

Ingredients: Water, glycerin, ethylhexyl cocoate, hydrogenated coco-glycerides, stearyl alcohol, butylene glycol, cetyl alcohol, caprylic/capric triglyceride, butyrospermum parkii (shea) butter, glyceryl stearate citrate, octyldodecanol, tocopheryl acetate, ubiquinone, biotin, biosaccharide gum-1, sodium ascorbyl phosphate, zea mays (corn) oil, beta-carotene, tocopherol, 1,2-hexanediol, carbomer, sodium hydroxide, trisodium EDTA, dehydroacetic acid, phenoxyethanol.

For external use only. Avoid contact with eyes. Stop use if irritation develops.

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What Causes Crepey Skin (and How to Get Rid of It, Naturally)

Crepey skin is skin that appears thin and wrinkled, bearing a resemblance to crepe paper. It also exhibits a loss of elasticity; when stretched, it does not return to its normal state as quickly or fully as it once would have.

The thin, loose skin also tends to develop brown “age” or “liver” spots and red broken capillaries. It most commonly occurs in areas of frequent sun exposure (e.g., under the eyes), but shaded parts of the body, such as the insides of the upper arms, may also adopt a crepey appearance.

Woman Aware of What Causes Crepey Skin Applying Lotion to Arms as Preventative Measure |

What causes crepey skin?

Crepey skin is more common with age, generally appearing in one’s 40s. However, the skin condition is not necessarily caused by aging. In fact, most crepey skin results from photodamage, long-term exposure to ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun and/or tanning beds. Over time, UV radiation breaks down collagen and elastin, which help prevent skin from thinning, stretching and wrinkling. Individuals with fair skin are especially susceptible to skin damage from UV radiation, including crepey skin.

Other common causes of crepey skin include:

  • Genetics
  • Smoking
  • Pollution
  • Dryness (dehydration) of skin
  • Substantial weight loss or gain
  • Inadequate sleep
  • Improper nutrition
  • Certain medications (e.g., prednisone)

How to prevent crepey skin

Fortunately, there are many steps you can take to help prevent crepey skin, including:

  • Using gentle cleansers and soaps. These tend to be less drying. Look for products labeled for sensitive skin.
  • Moisturizing skin daily. For deeper penetration, choose a lotion that contains ceramide.

  • Exfoliating skin weekly. Use a loofah to help shed those dead skin cells.

  • Protecting skin from sun. Wear protective clothing and a broad-brimmed hat and apply sunscreen with an SPF of 30+ in northern regions and 50+ in tropical climates, mountains and water.

  • Avoiding tanning beds. Get your glow on with a sunless tanner

  • Maintaining a healthy diet. Be sure to include antioxidant-rich foods (e.g., berries, nuts, leafy greens and whole grains) and foods containing omega-3 fatty acids (e.g., eggs, fish, flax seed, spinach and soybeans).


Crepey skin starting to make an unwanted appearance? Not to worry! There are many things you can do to treat loose, flaccid skin.

For starters, consider one or more of the following home remedies:

  • Reducing stress (e.g., meditation)
  • Exercising regularly
  • Massaging areas of thinning (e.g., arms, face and neck)
  • Exfoliating skin with homemade scrub (try using equal parts sugar and olive oil!)

Other treatments for crepey skin differ based on the cause, location and severity, but may include vitamins (C and E contain antioxidants that combat cellular damage) and over-the-counter products containing retinol, glycerin or hyaluronic acid. Moisturizing oils, such as cocoa butter, coconut oil and olive oil can also help repair crepey skin.

A dermatologist may recommend a prescription medication, such as Tretinoin, a topical cream that can be applied directly to the affected area. Other dermatological treatments for crepey skin include face peels, use of an ultrasound or radiofrequency device, laser treatment, fillers and skin removal surgery.

*Consult your dermatologist before beginning any treatment regimen.

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