Top 6 Anti-Aging Skincare Ingredients And Their Benefits

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It is a well-known fact that people want to be beautiful; it has been that way since the beginning of time. There is little that the human race won’t try or buy in order to increase their beauty. The trouble is however, that the natural aging process is going to happen. Thank goodness for the fact that it can be slowed down,” if the right skincare ingredients are used”.

In the United States alone, people spent a whopping $33.3 billion dollars on cosmetics and skin care products last year to make themselves look more beautiful. There are many cosmetic brands on the market today that promise a more youthful appearance. They slow the signs of aging by reducing wrinkles, hydrating dry and damaged skin, and even help ease common skin problems like excessive oil, reduce acne and relieve sensitive skin.

Everywhere you look today you see advertisements for skincare products and cosmetics. These products have been specially designed using special skincare ingredients that you should know about. Learning about the ingredients in your cosmetics and skincare products will help you to always choose the best skincare and cosmetic choices for your type of skin.

Alpha Hydroxy Acid is a water-soluble exfoliant that works primarily on the surface layer of skin to remove dead skin cells that can cause the skin to appear dull and dry.

Beta Hydroxy Acid is also an exfoliant the difference being that BHA is soluble and works deeper than AHA removing dead skin cells that block the facial pores and can cause skin problems such as pimples or even acne.

Ceramide are used to rehydrate skin that has been dried from the use of other chemicals on the skin, exposure to the sun and wind, and from the simple act of growing older. Ceramide is often used in the treatment of eczema.

Hyaluronic Acid makes skin soft and smooth by sealing in moisture when rubbed on the surface of the skin. Hyaluronic Acid is also used as an injection to fill in wrinkles, erase tiny lines, and to fill in sunken areas of the body.

Peptides are one of the main ingredients in many anti-aging cosmetics. Peptides actually enter into the cells of s person’s skin causing reduced redness, relaxed muscles, and reducing wrinkles.

Retinol is another stronger exfoliant that is used to remove many layers of skin all at one time to help reduce the scaring caused by acne or clogged pores that have become large and unsightly.

Eileen Saw writes reviews and makeup tips for Cosmetics Thailand, an online beauty store for brands such as Dr Jart and Korres.

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