When one realizes that the wrinkle cream he is using is just not working anymore, he begins to look for something new, preferably something better. He then begins to ignore the previous product and start putting on the new one on his face. This is perfectly normal, yes, but there are unknown risks associated with jumping from one product to another quickly. Even good wrinkle cream products may need some time to show the results on your face, and if you replace them with another one in less time than they need, then it simply will not work.
You will be back to zero with another wrinkle cream, and this time it might have made you feel some tingling here and there. You interpret this as a sign that the product is working properly and soon enough you begin to see tell-tale signs of wrinkle reduction. However, once you take a look at your pictures and see that there really is no change at all, you automatically decide to drop the product and find yet another one. Do you see what it is doing to your face? By using one wrinkle cream after another, the ingredients of the previous one might blend with those of the new one.
This may be harmless or even helpful in wrinkle removal, but sometimes it can also be very dangerous. When the ingredients are not compatible, they can damage your skin even further. And what will you do then? You would end up looking for an ever better cream in hopes that you will finally get rid of wrinkles plus the additional problem you incurred from being to brass with looking for a new cream. Instead of risking that, you should make sure that your skin is safe even when you have to switch from one product to another.
How will you be able to do that? The simple answer is by giving your skin some rest after you have stopped using a wrinkle cream. Do not immediately put on a new unfamiliar product on your face the next day. Give it a week or so to make sure that no residue of the product is left on the skin. With that in mind, you will not have any problems with incompatible products and what they might cost you. The only results that you will get are good ones, which you would have seen in time if you stuck around with the cream long enough. Sometimes a little more patience can be rewarding.