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Best Anti-Aging Skincare Product Ingredients

 

 

By Tiffany Moore

With the beauty industry blooming with seemingly endless kaleidoscope of innovative breakthrough wrinkle-stoppers and skin rejuvenators, choosing the best anti-aging skin care products can be really confusing.

 

Many people are often persuaded by clever marketing and advertising to turn back the hands of time while some women are seduced by alluring packaging and scents, and most relied on recommendations from friends and family to restore their skin’s natural youthfulness and radiance.

 

Unfortunately, these are not necessarily the best way to go about picking age-defying beauty products for your face. You could end up paying more for overhyped outrageously expensive de-agers that fail to deliver visible results or worse, products containing ingredients that don’t agree with your skin.

 

Therefore, it is important that you take into consideration a few factors like the product’s active ingredients and individual differences. We all have different skin types so what works amazingly well for your best friend might not be a good choice for you. And, always read the ingredient list on on the back of the products very carefully and make sure you know what it is that you are actually buying. Some so-called high-performance miracle wrinkle-fighting products are nothing more than creams that temporarily plump out creases and wrinkles until you wash them off.

 

Every one of us is aware that our skin naturally changes as we get older. In your 30’s and 40’s, your skin’s cellular metabolism begins to slow and signs of ageing starts to appear on your face. You might find yourself dealing with age spots or patches of uneven skin tone (dyschromias), or wrinkles around your eyes (rhytids) and mouth (marionette lines). Your once supple and dewy skin can become dehydrated and less plumped out due to the decline in collagen and elastin production. This explains why you want to look for products that contain active ingredients that actually stimulates the production of collagen and elastin to repair damaged cells, and rejuvenate wrinkled aging skin from the inside out.

 

So what are the best anti-aging skin care ingredients that can help increase skin firmness and elasticity, and stave off pesky crow’s feet, wrinkles and fine lines? And, do over-the-counter wrinkle-smoothing creams really help regenerate dry mature skin? Let’s look at some of the most popular and effective wrinkle-reduction ingredients for aging skin that will fight off DNA-damaging free radicals for a luminous and plumper-looking skin complexion without paying huge sums of money.

 

 

What Are the Best Ingredients for Aging Skin Care?

 

Retinol

Retinol is a derivative of Vitamin A that is widely used in a broad variety of nonprescription wrinkle creams because of its potent antioxidant properties. Antioxidants mop up free radicals caused by environmental aggressors such as sun, pollution and smoke, which can wreak major havoc on skin. Free radicals deplete your body’s hyaluronic acid, resulting in skin problems like wrinkles and fine lines, loose sagging skin, uneven pigmentation and believe it or not, dark under eye circles.

 

Topical application of retinol not only helps stimulate collagen production within the skin cells but also prevents the breakdown of the existing collagen. In addition, it also increases the thickness of the outer layer of the skin (epidermis), making the skin smooth and soft to the touch.

 

Always start out with products that contain 1% retinol and then use increased concentrations as your skin gets used to it. Try Roc Retinol Correxion Deep Wrinkle Night Cream or Skinceutical Retinol 0.5 Refining Night Cream.

 

Be aware that retinol may cause slight skin irritations, especially on sensitive skin, and it will increase the skin’s susceptibility towards sunlight. So make sure to use a broad spectrum sunscreen when you are using retinol-based skin care products.

 

Take note: Retinol is less strong than Renova (tretinoin), which is a medical prescription drug approved by FDA for treating wrinkles, skin pigmentation as well as sun brown spots. Avoid Vitamin A derivatives if you are pregnant or intend to become pregnant as they may raise birth defect risk.

 

 

 

 

Hydroxy Acids

Hydroxy acids – alpha hydroxy acids (AHAs such as such glycolic acid, citric acid and malic acid), beta hydroxy acids (BHAs such as salicylic acid) and poly hydroxy acids (PHAs such as lactobionic acid, galactose and gluconic acid) – are proven to provide skin-regenerating effects on skin that is showing signs of aging.

 

Hydroxy acids work as exfoliants to peel away the top layer of old dead skin while stimulating the growth of new skin beneath for a glowingly smoother and evenly pigmented facial complexion. Try Skin Effects Glycolic Day Cream SPF 30.

 

Like retinol, hydroxy acids will also increase your susceptibility to sun damage.

 

 

 

 

Coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q10 (ubiquinone) is a naturally-occurring antioxidant found in the body, but it can become depleted with increasing age. It protects your skin from damaging free radicals to combat premature aging while stimulating cell growth. Futhermore, Coenzyme Q10 also helps skin retain its elasticity and vitality so skin feels firmer and looks brighter.

 

When applied topically, studies have shown that beauty creams containing CoQ 10 significantly reduce the apperance of fine lines and wrinkles. Try Avalon Organics Coq10 Ultimate Skin Firming Lotion or Nivea Visage CoEnzyme Q10 Plus Wrinkle Control Lotion.

 

 

 

Aside from retinol, hydroxy acids and Coenzyme Q10, you might also want to consider these active ingredients when purchasing anti-wrinkle creams – copper peptides, kinetin and tea extracts.

 

Copper peptides are small skin-penetrating amino acid chains that stimulate fibroblasts and accelerate the production of collagen and elastin fibers, and may boost the action of antioxidants to improve skin’s clarity and glow. You can find out more about copper peptides from Dr. Pickart of Skin Biology.

 

The super antixoidant, kinetin is well-loved and well-known for its ability to improve hyperpigmentation and reduce the depth of fine lines and wrinkles by helping the skin retain up to 25 percent more moisture. Check out the highly popular Kinerase Ultimate Regimen Kit. It comes with day moisturizer, night moisturizer, C6 peptide intensive treatment and intensive eye cream that synergistically work together to revitalize, rehydrate, and recondition aging skin.

 

Black, oolong and green tea extract contain compounds that have antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties to reduce photodamage and prevent future wrinkles.

 

 

Having said that, it is worth to take some time to compare anti-wrinkle skin care products that claim to regenerate cells and leave skin as soft as baby’s bottom.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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