Anti Aging Ingredients
Let's talk about the ingredients you need to use for anti aging, which is every person's nightmare. Keep reading to find out.
We all resort to moisturizing creams or lotions to prevent or slow down the effects of aging.
Well, have you ever thought about what is good for us in these moisturizing creams and lotions? With this article, you will learn about anti-aging ingredients and start making more accurate product choices. Just moisturizing will temporarily improve the appearance of your skin.
Plumps the skin, making lines and wrinkles less visible. However, this is for a temporary period. So your skin will be back to its original state in a short time. In this case, it is clear that humidification is an effective method on its own.
Moisturizing creams and lotions contain components such as water, various oils, proteins, waxes, glycerine, lactate and urea. Wrinkle creams, which are a sub-type of moisturizers, contain active ingredients. In this way, they provide more benefits. These active ingredients treat fine lines and wrinkles, skin tone and texture. How well the product you will use will work depends partly on your skin type and more on the active ingredients in its content.
Now we will tell you about the most effective active ingredients.
We use the term retinoids for vitamin A compounds such as retinol and retinoic acid. Since experts discovered these incredible ingredients, we've been using them to repair our sun-damaged skin and smooth out wrinkles. And this goes back years. We are grateful to the experts even for retinoids alone.
- Vitamin C (ascorbic acid)
Next up is a powerful antioxidant. Yes, you got it right, vitamin C. Antioxidants protect the skin from free radicals and external factors. So what does this mean? Unstable oxygen molecules break down skin cells and cause wrinkles. Antioxidants protect us from them. Now let's come to vitamin C. Vitamin C, like retinoids, protects the skin from UV rays and improves wrinkles and pearl lines.
It is useful to leave a warning for use. Before and during use, you should store products containing vitamin C from air and UV rays.
- Hydroxy acids
Alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs) are glycolic, citric and lactic acid. So what are they good for? You should use it to shed your dead skin cells. Yes, hydroxy acids exfoliate dead skin. So why is this necessary? Because the presence of a dead skin layer on your skin causes your skin to be airless. Also, your skin cannot absorb the products you use.
If you use an AHA product regularly, your skin will absorb other products better and become smoother. Also, AHAs stimulate the growth of evenly pigmented new skin.
Recently, experts have proven that beta hydroxy acids and polyhydroxy acids along with AHAs also remove fine lines and wrinkles.
- Coenzyme Q10
We are sure that you have heard this component very often in recent years. There is a reason for this. Because Coenzyme Q10 reduces fine wrinkles around the eyes and effectively protects your skin from UV rays.
Other Anti Aging Ingredients
You should already be familiar with these molecules from your own body. Because peptides are naturally present in every living organism.
Now let's get to what peptides do. Some peptides stimulate collagen production. This makes your skin more supple. Peptides also work to hydrate your skin. Moreover, in addition to these, peptides also prevent wrinkles. How much more efficiency could we get from one ingredient?
- Tea extracts
We all know the antioxidant properties of tea since our childhood. It is purifying. It is healing. Moreover, before the development of technology so much, it had a place in alternative medicine. As a result of their studies, experts found that especially green, black and oolong teas have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. And so the century-old mystery was solved.
We couldn't accept the absence of this wonderful ingredient in wrinkle creams, could we? It is especially abundant in green tea wrinkle creams.
- Grape seed extract
Some of you may know. Grape seed extract has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. But we're sure you don't know this. In addition to all these features, it also supports collagen production. Thanks to grape seed extract, we can regain the collagen we lose in old age. This is great!
Here is another powerful antioxidant! This substance works together with vitamin B-3 (niacin).
Niacinamide reduces water loss in the skin and increases skin elasticity. It is therefore an indispensable ingredient for anti-aging products.
A Few Tips And Warnings
In this article, you have learned what anti-aging products should be in order to get the most effective results. Now after a few tips and warnings you will be ready to buy the right product for you.
Here is a fundamental caveat: the price you pay for the product has nothing to do with the benefit you will receive from the product. For example, a more expensive wrinkle product may not be more effective than a cheaper one.
Wrinkle creams not prescribed by doctors contain lower concentrations of active ingredients than prescription creams. Therefore, the efficiency you will get from these creams will be limited.
Here's another tip for you. Wrinkle products that contain a few of the components listed above, contain only one it doesn't have to be more effective than products. Yes, it's surprising, but that's how it is.
Moreover, we do not recommend using more than one wrinkle cream in the same process. Because retinol has irritating properties.
Let's make another warning in terms of side effects. Some products may have different effects from person to person. Some may cause skin irritation, redness and burning in others. For this reason, you should make sure to read the section about the side effects before purchasing the product.
Finally, let's mention that not every product may have the same effect on everyone. So a product that works for someone else may not work for you. And it can even harm you. You should discover the best product for you. Good luck!