Anti-Aging Tips and Facts You Should Know
As we age, so does our skin. It looses it elasticiaty, develops fine lines and wrinkles and spots, sometimes referred to as 'age spots'. Below are some tips and facts about again skin.
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What Does Collagen Do?
Can skincare products actually boost your collagen levels? Collagen, which keeps our skin looking young, can be enhanced or boosted by skincare products that contain retinoids. The concentrations required generally mean that these will be prescription products.
Careful With Your Eyelids
Eyelids can easily become irritated, so moisturizing at bed time can protect them. This diminishes water loss which can cause cracking of the skin.
Options for Fighting Fine Lines and Wrinkles
Concerned about wrinkles? There are a number of options for fine lines and wrinkles. First protect yourself from further sun exposure. Medical treatments include creams containing retinoids, chemical peels or lasers. Cosmeceuticals may also help if they contain vitamin or botanical antioxidants or if they use substances that can influence cell regulation such as growth factors and molecules called peptides.
Cream or Lotion?
If you're over the age of 50 or work outside, you may find yourself with dry and itchy skin. Choose a moisturizing cream rather than lotion to replenish your skin's moisture levels and reduce the itch.
Does Your Hair Style Date You?
Feel like you're 'looking your age'? Try an updated hair style or get your eye brows tweezed. Both of these can take years off your looks and make you feel better to boot!
Help to Reverse Wrinkles from Sun Damage
Coenzyme Q 10 can help you reduce your wrinkles. Ubiquinone (Coenzyme Q 10) is synthesized in all cells. It is antioxidant. It can reduce cell damage from Ultraviolet A. It has been shown to reverse wrinkles of the skin caused by sun damage.
Fighting Crow's Feet
Hoping to avoid crow's feet? You can minimize the likelihood of developing wrinkles around your eyes by applying sunscreen (but remember, not too close to the eye) and wearing protective eyewear, such as wraparound sunglasses. Some wrinkles are produced by repeated movement of the skin.
Getting Rid of Wrinkles
Can any skin care products actually get rid of wrinkles? Unfortunately, no. Moisturizers can reduce the appearance of wrinkles, but they won't make them go away. Embrace those laugh lines!For more tips on healthy and beautiful skin, visit www.dermatologycare.ca/signup/signup.html.
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