ANTI-AGING PRODUCTS HOW DO THEY WORK?
www.lovesaranghae.com These days, we all have the option of aging gracefully. It's simply a matter of what approach you will take to do so. Thankfully, to aid us in our quest for eternal youth, there are now more anti-aging products on the market than ever before. So if you have been wondering how anti-aging products work, this blog post has been written just for you, as we break down the nitty gritty of anti-aging products.
www.lovesaranghae.com Anti-Aging Products: How Do They Work? Table of Contents 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. What Causes Wrinkles? How Do Anti-Aging Products Work? Getting Informed About Your Anti-Aging Products Common Ingredients in Anti-Aging Products What to Consider When Choosing an Anti-Aging Product Your Daily Habits Can Help Prevent Wrinkles
1. What Causes Wrinkles? www.lovesaranghae.com Smoking Facial expressions Photodamage (sun exposure) Understanding what causes wrinkles is the first step and is essential for their prevention. Multiple factors, including the following, can cause wrinkles. Photodamage is the leading cause of wrinkle formation. In fact, photo- damage (sun exposure) is responsible for 80% of skin aging, more so than biological aging. Does age play a factor? Of course it does, but it's not the primary reason for the lines and wrinkles you see on your skin. Smoking definitely increases wrinkles and can make them more
www.lovesaranghae.com noticeable. If you smoke, you should stop as soon as possible. Smoking issomething everyone should avoid. Facial expressions also lead to wrinkle formations. (We know right! Are we supposed to be expressionless?) Each time we smile, squint or make any facial expression, a line forms. If our skin is young and has plenty of collagen and elastin, the lines fade away but as your skin matures, the lines become permanent.
www.lovesaranghae.com topical products use antioxidants to help slow down the signs of aging and Free radicals come from UV exposure and pollution. These unstable cells can accelerate the aging process. Oxidative stress occurs naturally, however, uncontrolled oxidative stress antioxidants in the body, which can lead to cell and tissue damage. oxidative stress. Oxidative stress is an imbalance of free radicals and even prevent them. Antioxidants fight free radicals that cause cellular Anti-aging products work in different ways, depending on the type. Many 2. cellular oxidative stress Fight free radicals that cause structures of the skin Help protect the protein aging and even prevent them Help slow down the signs of How Do Anti-Aging Products Work? attempt to enter healthy cells and destroy them or alter their DNA.
www.lovesaranghae.com Antioxidants also help to protect the protein structures of the skin, preventing them from being broken down.
www.lovesaranghae.com Consider one does. Ensuring that you are purchasing from an ethical company who When carrying out research, focus on ingredients, and learning what each and most importantly - how it behaves on your skin. in the nature and quality of ingredients, the composition of the formula, you are purchasing from. Afterall, an anti-aging product's entire value lies important that you understand the values and practices of the company anti-aging product is purchasing without having done their research. It's One of the most common mistakes people make when searching for an price other client reviews 3. reference & look for Have a source of ingredients on the product Carry out research quality ingredients. likely means higher A higher-priced product Anti-Aging Products Getting Informed About Your sources their ingredients ethically, and in doing so strives to provide the $
www.lovesaranghae.com highest quality for their customers. In addition, having a source of reference for how the products you are considering have worked on others' skin is also important. Look for reviews from other clients and pay attention to what they say. Lastly, although price should never be the main driving factor for your purchase, keep in mind that a higher-priced product likely means higher quality ingredients and more complex formulas. Ultimately, a product that behaves the way you want it to on your skin.
www.lovesaranghae.com Matcha Tea has many important functions. It helps skin cells retain moisture, repair Ÿ Hyaluronic Acid or HA, is a natural compound found in human skin that damage. It also works to help ensure moisture remains in the skin. Ÿ Niacinamide is a powerful antioxidant and can help to prevent cellular may contain the following components. products you choose are going to be beneficial. The best topical creams Looking for the right ingredients is vital for ensuring the anti-aging Extract Mushroom 4. Sang Hwang or CoQ10 Co-Enzyme Centella Asiatica Hyaluronic Acid Niacinamide Anti-Aging Products Common Ingredients in damaged tissue, strengthen the collagen and elastin matrix and maintain
www.lovesaranghae.com your skin with essential CoQ10 is a must for every anti-aging skin routine. and even out skin tone. The antioxidants are also known for increasing epigallocatechin gallate (EGCG), which helps to reduce inflammation This extract is anti-bacterial, and contains incredibly high levels of Ÿ Matcha Tea Extract is also a component of many anti-aging products. world and it is the primary active ingredient in Saranghae. one of the rarest and most valuable natural healing ingredients in the and more, to heal, regenerate and protect your skin cells. It is known as free radicals are the catalyst to aging: wrinkles, age spots, sagging skin and antioxidant. It helps neutralize free radicals in your skin - in short, Ÿ Sang Hwang Mushroom is a powerful anti inflammatory, antibacterial hyperpigmentation, sagging skin or even cancerous lesions. Replenishing a protective barrier against micro-organisms. responsible for skin elasticity. This damage eventually leads to wrinkles, Exposure to Ultraviolet (UV) light erodes the collagen + elastin matrix layers of your skin from damage caused by ultraviolet (UV) light. your skin called the stratum corneum and works to protect the deeper Ÿ Co-Enzyme or CoQ10 is an antioxidant localized to the outer layer of tissues and reduces redness. firmness. It is also an anti inflammatory that helps to heal damaged in skin care, it promotes collagen production which improves skins' vitamin C, vitamin A, niacin and other rich phytochemicals. When used in an asian herb touted as a miracle skin healer. The leaves are rich in Ÿ Centella Asiatica , also known as Asiatic Pennywort, Tigers grass or Cica; skin elasticity.
www.lovesaranghae.com work for another. again. Consistency is key. cycle). And if you stop using the products, the signs of aging will reappear your skincare products for a few weeks, at minimum 45-60 days (a full skin the best results. You may not notice any actual changes until you have used 1. Yes, skincare products are useful, however, they need to be used daily for only purchase from trusted companies who are transparent. to keep in mind. Learn as much as possible about the manufacturer and Before you start looking for any anti-aging product, there are a few things What works for one person may not necessarily 5. 3 to avoid skin irritation. Patch test a product for 24 hours 2 daily at a minimum of 45-60 days (a full skin cycle). For the best results, skincare products should be used 1 an Anti-Aging Product What to Consider When Choosing 2. Some anti-aging products can cause skin irritation, especially in those
www.lovesaranghae.com with sensitive skin. It's wise to patch test a product for twenty-four hours before using it on your face. 3. Have you ever had a friend swear by a product, and you use it and see no results? This is because what works for one person may not necessarily work for another. Everyone has different skin types, so one product may work for you, but not for someone else. While skincare products cannot act to reverse time, they do aid and will stave off the signs of aging with consistent use and a skincare routine.
www.lovesaranghae.com high-quality moisturizer, and or sunscreen, with a high SPF of 30 or higher is skin and can even disrupt the DNA inside the skin cells. Wearing a 1. Protect your skin from the sun. The sun's UV rays can wreak havoc on your and help keep the unwanted signs of aging at bay. component. Here are some daily steps you can take to protect your skin the appearance of lines and wrinkles, being proactive is the most important anti-aging products you use! Although anti-aging products can help reduce Yes, your daily habits, and a daily skincare routine are as essential as the consistently moisturizer Use a 6. the sun skin from Protect your hydrating Start smoking Stop healthy diet Eat a Prevent Wrinkles Your Daily Habits Can Help recommended. SPF products will prevent future signs of aging such as
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