March 21, 2012

7 anti-wrinkle efficient ingredients

Weather we like it or not, wrinkles appear over time, due to different reasons; the body is not able to produce as much collagen, the skin is stressed, polluted, exposed to solar radiation, and its capacity to regenerate is increasingly diminished. Fortunately, there are ingredients that support skin to keep its healthy younger look longer, and you can usually find them in wrinkle creams.

 

1. Retinol

It is a derivate of vitamin A, considered by many experts the most effective wrinkle ingredient on the market. It eliminates the dead cell layer of the skin and helps cell renewal. Creams with retinol are available in different concentrations and can be used beginning with the first wrinkles that appear. Until the skin gets used to the vitamin A, it may feel that it is more sensitive and easily turns red. Retinol will make it sensitive to sunlight, so you can use a moisturizer with UVA and UVB protection throughout the day and keep the retinol cream for the evening.

 

2. Green Tea

It is a natural antioxidant that neutralizes free radicals responsible for aging. Consequently, it slows down skin aging. Of course, drinking a cup of green tea is good for you, but for the skin to be thoroughly supported in this process is recommended applying creams containing this antioxidant.

 

3. Vitamin C

Belongs to the category of antioxidants that help fight free radicals. Skin damage is, to a great extent, caused by radicals, which are encouraged by sun, smoking and pollution. Vitamin C acts by blocking them, and these delays wrinkles and prevents their appearance.

4. Resveratrol

It is an antioxidant derived from grapes, which can also be found in red wine. It increases the production of collagen in the skin, helps to improve its texture, while improving the existing damage.

 

5. Hyaluronic Acid

Is a compound found in the human body, which increases its weight 1,000 times in water. It is an excellent remedy against dry skin and deep skin wrinkles, because it manages to fill them in. Although hyaluronic acid creams are good, the results are truly remarkable when the substance is injected directly into wrinkles.

 

6. Glycolic Acid

It is an alpha-hydroxide acid (AHA) derived from fruits. It naturally exfoliates the skin, revealing a new, healthy surface. It is especially good for treating blemishes, scars and fine lines. Not very efficient when it comes to deep wrinkles.

 

7. Sunscreen with broad coverage

Sunscreen protects the skin from UVA rays that cause aging and UVB rays, which stimulate skin cancer. High sun protection helps fight wrinkles by stimulating existing skin antioxidants to fight free radicals.

 

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