New Delhi: They make lofty promises of taking the years off your face, of reversing the clock and making your partner fall in love with you "all over again". But be careful before reaching out to anti-ageing products. Dermatologists say that such products could actually end up harming your skin.Notwithstanding the fact that many such creams, gels and other products are medically proved to yield good results, doctors say that they should still be taken under medical supervision because sometimes the results can be disastrous - and one may actually invite a host of harmful side effects in the bargain."The lure of anti-ageing creams lies in the fact that they are seemingly less complicated than a cosmetic surgery, a botox treatment or some other procedure in the ultimate run to regain a youthful look. It`s also less expensive," said Shweta Mehra, a beauty consultant based in Delhi."But what people forget is that one`s skin is very specific to a person and you cannot expect the same results for everyone. While some creams do give visible results, there are also cases in which the skin texture of a person has changed over prolonged use of a particular product that didn`t suit her," she added.
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