3 Things to Avoid in Anti Aging Skin Care

3 Things to Avoid in Anti Aging Skin Care

Anti aging skin care has come a long way over the last twenty years. With cutting edge research, there are a variety of products released recently that have proven effective in clinical trials. Is your skin care regimen keeping up with the latest and best effective ingredients?

When looking at whats in your product, there are three things to avoid, that unfortunately, are all too common. Petroleum, parabens and mineral oils are commonly found in both high and low end antiaging products, but they have few positive benefits. These chemical ingredients that are added to creams and lotions are not especially effective, and can actually cause problems for sensitive skin.

What’s the alternative? More and more, people are turning to natural ingredients that are proven to be beneficial, even for those who have sensitive skin. Ingredients such as grape seed oil, vitamin e, and jojoba oil are being incorporated into the latest skin care products.

One of the major concerns that cause people to start using skin care products is to try to minimize wrinkles, sagging and fine lines. One of the most powerful ways to achieve these goals is to increase the production of collagen and elastin.
Two newer discoveries that have shown encouraging results are Cynergy TK and Phytessence Wakame. Instead of just providing filler, they actually help the body produce elastin and collagen, two compounds that break down as we age. As a result, skin is healthier, firmer and more youthful in appearance. By creating healthy skin from the inside out, the effects tend to be longer lasting.
Know that you are armed with more knowledge, its time to find out what’s right for you. If you aren’t seeing results from your anti aging skin care, it may be time to reevaluate what is actually going into your product.

Is it helpful or harmful?

3 Things to Avoid in Anti Aging Skin Care

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