Advanced Skincare For Aging Skin

Today’s anti-aging face products are better than ever, thanks to advances in science’s understanding of how skin ages. New technologies created from these findings help keep you looking young, smooth, and healthy.

The Science Of Anti-Aging Creams

Past generations used skin creams that reduced the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles by temporarily plumping up the skin. Today’s most advanced multitasking moisturizers and facial serums use multiple compounds to turn back the clock and change the skin at the cellular level.

Vitamin A and retinol are the most sort-after ingredients in any age defying cream. Products for advanced skin care typically use retinol, or vitamin A, in combination with other ingredients such as proteins and botanicals.

Soaps And Cleansers That Won’t Dry Your Skin

Soaps can dry your skin. Most bar soaps contain sodium lauryl sulfate, which strips away natural oils from the skin. (Some organic soaps and brands do not.)

More recently, companies have started making “moisturizing” soaps and liquid non-soap or soap free facial cleansers that moisturize your skin as you wash. These dual-use cleansers get rid of the face dirt and bacteria and trap moisture in the outer layer of the skin.

These soaps and cleansers work by using ingredients such as hyaluronic acid, an essential nutrient that helps retain water in the skin’s lipid layers. Some contain sustained-release ceramides, which help keep the skin moist. Some cleansers may contain ingredients such as benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid to help prevent breakouts in an oily or acne-prone skin.

Hexamidine is a disinfectant that’s often used in the lining of disposable diapers. Because of its ability to lock in moisture, it’s now being used in skin creams and moisturizers.

Preventing Wrinkles With UV Protection

The best anti-aging strategy for your skin is to prevent sun damage. Dermatologists say that about 70% of the visible signs of aging can be prevented by limiting exposure to ultraviolet radiation (UV), which includes both UVA and UVB rays.

In the past, you had to apply thick, pasty zinc oxide to prevent harmful ray exposure. Few people wanted to wear that white ointment every time they ventured outdoors.

Now, there are broad-spectrum sunscreens that protect against the sun’s UVA and UVB rays. They can help prevent sun damage — patchy and uneven skin, shallowness, wrinkling, and age spots. They do not, however, eliminate signs of aging completely.

Use of Age Defying Product like Spa Elixir Cream

Spa Elixir Cream is a blend of some of the best ingredients like Shea Butter, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice, Sweet Almond Oil, Sesame Seed Oil and Aloe Barbadensis Leaf Juice to reverse skin aging from the cellular level. Fast absorbing to the deep layers of your skin, this cream rejuvenates your skin, giving it an energetic glowing look.

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