Revealed: The "miracle" ingredient Matrixyl in wrinkle cream that DOUBLES the production of skin-plumping collagen

Anti-wrinkle creams that really work… but only with a magic ingredient A chemical called Matrixyl used in some anti-wrinkle creams may double the amount of collagen in skin Collagen is needed to keep skin elastic and give it a plump, youthful feel – but production declines with ageScientists say Matrixyl can help the skin produce more By Fiona Macrae and Ryan Kisiel PUBLISHED: 11:48 GMT, 6 March 2013 | UPDATED: 02:24 GMT, 7 March 2013 It is news that will put a smile on the face of plenty of women of a certain age – and stop them worrying about the lines it may leave.

Anyone for Heinz Stitchup or Tabasew Sauce? Artist creates woollen versions of classic dishes and treats

Anyone for Heinz Stitchup or Tabasew Sauce Artist creates woollen versions of classic dishes and treats | UPDATED: 03:29 GMT, 21 December 2012 Ever fancied some Hotdogs in Wool with a bit of Tomato Stitchup and a dash of Tabasew Sauce Some of the world’s most famous food brands have been given the woollen treatment by a British artist with a penchant for crocheting. Kate Jenkins, 41, spends hours turning balls of wool into well-known brands and packages, including Heinz ketchup, Campbell's tomato soup, Coca-Cola, and Starbucks. Cola knits: The artists spends hours with her crochet hook and wool to re-create iconic food and drinks brands such as Coca Cola Ms Jenkins, from Brighton, East Sussex, incorporates wordplays into most of her works, turning your average tins and tubs into 'Crochet Cola', 'Tomato Stitchup', and 'Woolin' Donuts', works which sell for over 600 each.