Today people can’t go anywhere without seeing or hearing about the advancements made in the area of the anti-aging skin cream. The anti-aging skin creams are everywhere, and each one is supposed to be much more better than the others. Microscopic fibers, collagen, tea extracts, vitamins, minerals, and just about everything can be found in anti-aging skin cream. So what is it a person should really look for in an anti-aging cream?
People with more serious skin concerns may wish to take their skin treatments to another level. For many people, basic maintenance anti-aging skin cream isn’t enough to deal with the wrinkles or skin damage they have accumulated through life. But again, be specific when looking for a more serious anti-aging skin cream. Some creams are made specifically for revitalizing the skin giving it a less dull look and feel, while others are made for particular parts of the body, like eye creams for dealing with those pesky crow’s feet and hand creams for wrinkles on the hand.
(Ellen Wadel from Beauty Affections)
Here are some tips for keeping the skins natural aging process under some control
It’s best to treat the skin regularly and carefully, little and often.
Cut down or even eliminate those pesky processed foods containing too much salt and refined sugars, it’s actually not as hard as you think once you identify the yummy foods to replace them. The sugars in processed foods tend to promote a biochemical process that upsets the normal production of dermal cells.
Drink water or watery drinks (not soda) often and regularly but avoid too much alcohol. Even though tests have shown the benefits of small amounts of red wine for their antioxidants, too much can cause dilation of the blood vessels, leading to a ruddy-faced complexion called rosacea that happens especially to woman in and after their 40s.
As you age it’s very difficult to stop the natural process of the skin drying up, where the subcutaneous layer of skin that keeps moisture in gradually gets thinner however eating plenty of omega-3 and omega-6 fatty acids will help decrease the drying out process.
Getting your source of omega oils is always best from a natural source like olive oil, flax seed and fish such as mackerel, herring, sardines and salmon. You can also get fish-oil supplements to help protect the skin’s moisture layer. .