Advice You’ll Never Get From an Anti Aging Skin Care Review

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Dear friend,

An anti-aging skin care review can fill you in as to what kind of results other people are getting with a certain product, but how can you be sure that the anti-aging skin care review is an honest and legitimate one? Instead of relying on an anti-aging skin care review, I take a more full-proof approach to finding the most effective anti-aging solution, which I’d like to share with you.

Instead of choosing a product based on an anti-aging skin care review, doesn’t it make much more sense to choose one based on what ingredients work best at preventing and eliminating ugly aging signs? Taking this approach will greatly increase your chances of finding the right anti-aging solution the first time around.

So what kind of ingredients work best at preventing and eliminating unwanted aging signs? There are three major causes of why skin forms aging signs, so ingredients must be included that counter and prevent these from happening:

1. Loss of collagen and elastin protein

As you grow older, your body loses more and more of its collagen and elastin protein. These proteins are responsible for keeping the skin firm, elastin, and tone. That’s why when you get into your 30s and beyond, it’s important to use anti-aging products that stimulate collagen and elastin production inside the body.

You may read an anti-aging skin care review that suggests you get a product that contains collagen and elastin protein as ingredients. However, this is not very useful because these proteins are too large to be absorbed by the skin. They just sit on your skin until washed off when you bathe or shower.

An anti-aging skin care review may also suggest using collagen and elastin supplements. But this is also not useful for skin health because your bones, joints, ligaments, tendons, and cartilage also utilizes collagen and elastin. In the end, the skin never gets the proper amount of these proteins to create visible results.

2. Low levels of hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronic acid is the ‘glue’ that holds collagen and elastin proteins together to form fibers. But there’s an enzyme in your body called hyaluronidase that continually breaks down hyaluronic acid, leaving insufficient amount for your skin to create strong protein fibers.

To prevent this, you need to get an anti-aging product that contains an ingredient that stops the activity of hyaluronidase so more hyaluronic acid is left for the skin to use.

3. Damage caused by free radicals

Free radicals love to reek havoc on your skin cells. Their sole purpose of existence is to destroy skin cells, collagen, and elastin. They come from various sources including pollution, UV radiation, and poor nutrition and diet.

To stop them from damaging your skin cells, you must use an anti-aging product that contains plenty of antioxidants that penetrate deep down into the skin. Antioxidants ‘gobble up’ free radicals in your skin and help it stay healthy longer. Just make sure to look for antioxidants that are especially useful on the skin, as some are better for other reasons.

This is the easiest way to get rid of and prevent unwanted aging signs from forming. Forget an anti-aging skin care review – if an anti-aging product does not contain ingredients that address these three key problems, then chances are it’s not the winner you’re looking for.

 

Written by: David Ranky

Martel Sharpe

Martel is a writer in Atlanta, who's cooler than a polar bear's toenail. He loves reading, writing, and brunch. Reach out to Martel through email, martel.kontrolhomme@gmail.com or follow him on Instagram and Twitter @markopolowe.