Products That Contain DMAE

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Products That Contain DMAE
DMAE provides anti-ageing benefits to skin. (what a face image by Kelly Kane from Fotolia.com)

DMAE, also known as dimethylaminoethanol, is a substance that occurs in nature, in foods such as sardines and anchovies. Ingesting DMAE is beneficial for those with attention deficit disorder. Using DMAE topically on the skin also has anti-ageing benefits such as tightening sagging skin and folds. Thus, if you are noticing signs of ageing skin, consider using products that contain DMAE.

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Rejuvenex

Rejuvenex, an anti-ageing skin product, contains DMAE. You wear this skin cream during the evening while you sleep for maximum anti-ageing benefits. In addition to DMAE, it contains ingredients such as glycolic acid, aloe vera and ginseng extract. It contains 25 of the most potent restorative skin agents on the market today. As of 2010, the standard price for Rejuvenex is £25.3 for approximately 56.7gr.

Neuropeptide Facial Conformer

Neuropeptide Facial Conformer by Dr. Perricone also contains DMAE. It's touted as a revolutionary anti-ageing product that will dramatically change the look of the skin. The DMAE in this product helps to improve the elasticity in your skin. The Neuropeptide Facial Conformer also contains phospholipids that repair the skin. It's available in a 56.7gr. size, and as of 2010, retails for £321.

Citrus Face Wash

Dr. Perricone's Citrus Facial Wash also contains DMAE. While face wash is not on your skin as long as skin cream, anti-ageing ingredients can still provide benefits. The Citrus Facial Wash removes make-up and improves skin tone at the same time. Along with DMAE, it contains vitamin C, which improves clarity. As of 2010, 170gr. costs £22.

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