Anti aging cream
Goodbye skin aging!
Pretty much everyone dreams of having beautiful, firm skin. Anti aging creams can help with this. You can find out what else you should know about the cream here.
Pretty much all of us get wrinkles at some point, but of course nobody wants them. An annoying topic that will unfortunately come up at some point for better or for worse!
Numerous factors influence our skin, diet, our way of life as well as internal influences (e.g. genes) and external factors (e.g. UV radiation or pollutants in the air). If wrinkles appear despite a balanced and healthy diet, sport, little sunbathing, enough sleep and the like, that is by no means a reason to stop – on the contrary, because our skin has to endure a lot every day. Extensive care is required.
How do anti aging creams work against wrinkles?
Now is the time for one Anti aging cream, because they care for, regenerate and smooth the skin. So it's perfect to prevent the first small wrinkles as much as possible and to reduce existing wrinkles. Of course, we would like to have a visible result immediately after using an anti-aging cream, but for that we have to be patient first. Because in order to achieve a visible effect, the active ingredients must also be contained in the anti-aging cream in the right concentration.
You can read here which content is particularly important and why:
- low molecular weight hyaluronic acid is the so-called "water reservoir" of the skin, which ensures elasticity and resilience.
- Retinol (vitamin A) inhibits the breakdown of collagen, brightens age spots and helps build skin structure and cell renewal.
- L-ascorbic acid (vitamin C) is an antioxidant, so it neutralizes free radicals that contribute to skin aging, but also helps against age spots and relieves inflammation. Vitamin C also ensures a stable collagen structure, i.e. tightens the skin so that wrinkle formation is slowed down and the skin remains wrinkle-free for longer.
- Vitamin E. protects against free radicals that attack the skin structure, supports cell renewal and supplies the horny layer with moisture so that the skin does not dry out so quickly and becomes more elastic.
- Peptides there are many to achieve the desired antiaging effects, an optimal combination of peptides and antioxidants in antiaging creams is crucial. Peptides have the important function of smoothing out wrinkles and promoting the body's own production of collagens in order to look young and as wrinkle-free as possible and at the same time strengthen the protective barrier of the skin.
- urea binds moisture and retains it inside the skin to protect it from drying out.
When should we start using an antiaging cream?
Cell renewal usually slows down from the age of 25. The first small wrinkles often form from the age of 30 to 35, because the older we are, the more the skin loses its elasticity and elasticity. And the blood circulation and sebum production in the skin also decrease. Basically, wrinkles are to some extent also predisposed, which is why you can develop small wrinkles a little earlier. The moisture reserves of our skin are then no longer filled as well as they used to be and cell renewal is also slowed down. Anti-aging creams help us to reduce wrinkles, provide the skin with sufficient moisture, protect it from environmental influences and at the same time conjure up young and naturally beautiful-looking skin. If the creams contain a sun protection factor, your facial care is optimal, because this also protects your skin from UV radiation.
Welcome skin rejuvenation
Most women reach menopause around the age of 50, hormonal changes occur that can also be felt on the skin. The skin becomes drier every year and shows more and more deep wrinkles. Now at the latest – but preferably before that – it is important that you care for your skin accordingly, because – as you know, your skin becomes more demanding and dries faster with increasing age. Intensive care, like that of an anti-aging cream, provides the skin with adequate support, protects it against it and makes the skin look beautifully young.
From the age of 60 you will need particularly rich facial care products for mature skin. Numerous care products can be used for this. Anti-aging creams with the following ingredients are particularly recommended: vitamin A, vitamin C, vitamin E, urea, hyaluronic acid, coenzyme Q10 and minerals. Trace elements such as magnesium, copper, zinc, silicon, folic acid or phosphorus are also included.
Ingredients such as trace elements (copper, zinc, magnesium, calcium, silicon, folic acid or phosphorus) are also included.
Which Anti Aging Cream Is Right For Me?
Anti-aging creams should do one thing above all: provide moisture. In no case should they weigh down the skin. If this is the case for you, you can be sure that it is not the best facial care product for your skin.
Anti aging creams come in a wide variety. While with a Anti-aging day cream it is important that it is absorbed quickly and has a light consistency so that you can use it as a base for your make-up, yours Anti aging night cream come along a bit richer. Your skin type determines which one is best for you. Dry skin, for example, enjoys plenty of moisture, while oily or combination skin, on the other hand, has different needs and does not want to receive even more moisture.
Time for the perfect facial care
A Facial serum is the ideal complement to the anti-aging cream. If you use both creams, you will quickly notice that the combination and concentration are perfect for your skin and complement each other perfectly. The result: It will feel smooth and beautiful and look young and smooth.
Properties of a serum:
- Serums give the skin intensive care. Although they contain highly concentrated ingredients, they usually only provide the skin with sufficient nourishing ingredients in combination with a rich anti-aging cream.
- They have a light, liquid to gel-like consistency, but are by no means moisturizing.
- Facial serums are extremely popular, not least thanks to their individual applicability.
- Compared to anti-aging creams, they are absorbed into the skin relatively quickly.