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Noticing new wrinkles but not quite ready to explore hefty procedures and pricey skincare creams? The Doctors put a new anti-wrinkle product to the test that claims to reduce the appearance of wrinkles in just two minutes.
Peptide 10 claims to provide an instant lift. Caryn and Kimberly join The Doctors to see if we can notice a difference in their facial wrinkles in just a couple minutes.
The products is made of 10 different nano-peptides, which are meant to reduce crease memory. Peptides are amino acid links that serve as building blocks for protein, and can help stimulate production of collagen, stimulate skin cell turnover, and fight wrinkles.
But can this product minimize facial wrinkles and fine lines, and help with overall texture in just a couple minutes? Plastic surgeon Dr. Andrew Ordon is not convinced that we're going to see any real results.
Caryn and Kimberly apply the serum with the help of lifestyle and beauty expert Alison Deyette. Check out Kimberley's before and after pictures...
Even Dr. Ordon is impressed with the difference we can see in just a couple minutes. Heather Dubrow is also impressed, however is wary of the product only lasting 12-hours. She jokes, "But Drew, even if it worked, especially as a woman you'd have to be very careful with your timing to put this on. You're going out on a date and you want to look 40 and then he wakes up with you and your like 80! That's not good."
Peptide 10 costs $79 for a 2-month supply. Results last up to 12-hours with frequent use. ER Physician Dr. Travis Stork says, "Allison, save a bottle for me."
Would you give it a try?