TASK: can cosmetics deliver oxygen?
TASK is a Swiss company (hence all the red and white livery, I suppose) aimed at men and its potions, such as TASK Eye Rescue 02, all have this special oxygen delivery system. I was prepared to be extremely skeptical. The delivery system is called perfluorodecalin and in medicine it is used topically to provide extra oxygen to a wound in order to accelerate healing. Perfluorodecalin seems to be a proven way of delivering oxygen and, in turn, oxygen has been clinically demonstrated to heal skin and grow cell cultures. So it may indeed be beneficial for wrinkles.
There are a couple of caveats. No one has proven that oxygen repairs wrinkled skin or prevents lines from forming. Indeed, too much oxygen may be a bad thing; it is unstable oxygen molecules that do all that free radical damage.
Anyway, I still think paying $13 for a water spritzer is pretty daft.