When it comes to my sensitive skin, I want to steer clear of anything with the word "electric" in it.

It makes me think of scary electric things like electric shock, electric eels, and gasp ... the electric slide.

Previously, people got their bioelectric pulses from a machine at the dermatologist. But a new form of "electricity" is hitting the beauty scene and popping up in anti-aging creams -- it's called Bioelectric

Basically, our cells communicate via electrical pulses. These creams release charges that mimic those cellular messages, which causes our skin to produce more collagen and elastin -- the stuff that keeps you looking 20.

Check out the newest products that are taping into this buzz-worthy effect.

Aveeno Active Naturals Ageless Vitality Elasticity Recharging System ($32.24) -- phew, that's a mouthful -- comes with a rejuvenating moisturizer with blackberry leaf extract and a biomineral concentrate that decreases lines and wrinkles and recharges elastin-deficient skin in four weeks. 

Neutrogena Clinical Facial Lifting Wrinkle Treatment SPF 30 ($31.99) wakes up sleepy skin with a silky SPF 30 moisturizer and a specially trademarked ion2complex gel serum. Word is it smooths and softens in one use, lifts and redefines young skin, and protects from future damage.

RoC CompleteLift Serum ($18.49) uses their own Protient Technology to increase firmness, improve elasticity, and lift and define facial contours. Clinical testing showed results in just one week.

I don't know about you, but I'm kinda sold on these. I'd like to try one as a preventative measure. Since I'm only 29, I don't have a huge problem with wrinkles and collagen depletion. But, I'd definitely try one of these rather than get Botox or other plastic surgery.

Would you try one of these bioelectric creams?

 

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