What You Need to Know About Anti-Aging Ingredients
People tend to buy anti-aging products that they’ve heard from someone else; it could be their neighbor, their friends or even from an influential individual, just hearing how effective the product is pushes them to do so. What they do not know is that anti-aging product brands should not be the basis of its effectiveness; specialists claim that it’s actually all in the ingredients label of a product.
Each ingredient differ in what it does for our skin, that means if you are allergic to a specific ingredient you can just pick a product without it and be able to know what’s ideal for your daily use. Most products specify their active ingredients, which is very convenient to those who have certain anti-aging ingredients working best for their skin.
Here is a list that indicates the ingredient and what it can do for your skin, this way you’ll be able to know which works best for you.
· Retinol. This can give you a firmer and healthier look, it aids in the production of collagen and other supportIng substances in the skin. Its effect on skin can also improve skin texture and barrier response, a big plus to looking young and beautiful.
· Vitamin E. An ingredient that does not appear as ‘Vitamin E’ on some product labels, it could be tocopheryl succinate, tocopheryl acetate or tocotrienol. If paried up with Vitamin C it can work wonders on your skin, it can affect your skin in various ways such as protecting collagen and skin cell membranes from damage which will prevent your skin from sagging.
· Vitamin C. As mentioned above, Vitamin C and E is a powerful tag team, so be sure to remember that when choosing anti-aging products. Vitamin C is known to prevent wrinkles due to its property to increase the production of collagen. Your skin’s ability to repair itself rises, reducing any inflammation, pigmentation and even the sun’s damage on your skin.
· Resveratrol. Skin products with resveratrol aid in protecting the skin cells from the harmful rays of the sun, improving collagen production, all which contributes to healthy skin.
· BHA. This is ideal for those with skin prone to breakouts; it decreases the redness and good for normal – oily skin.
· AHA. It evens out skin texture and ideal for normal – dry skin types, also aids in moisturing and creating healthy collagen in the skin.
· Niacinamide.Able to lessen skin pigmentation and acne, also lighten the skin. This is a known component found in a vitamin called B3 that decreases water loss in skin which makes it good for dry skin.
· Grape Seed Extract. Its effectiveness rises if paired with another antioxidant, it increases our skin’s ability to repair and make our skin firm, and this reduces wrinkles.
· Ceramides. This is already present in our skin and if left to lessen at a certain point, our skin becomes sensitive to damage. Restoring lost ceramides aids in making us look younger and at the same time protects our skin from harsh environments.