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Effective Ingredients In Anti Wrinkle Cream

 


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When it comes to evaluating an anti wrinkle cream some types have more credibility than others. This is because these anti wrinkle formulations have been proven to produce a change that can be visually noticed after using them over a period of time. In order for an anti aging skin cream to be effective make sure the label contains at least one of the following ingredients described in fuller detail below.

Antioxidants are more than just the latest trend when it comes to the ideal anti wrinkle cream. These nutrients are substances derived from natural food sources that defend our body against the ravages of free radicals. Free radicals mutate skin cells and are the result of natural aging, smoking, too much sunlight or a bad diet.

The most common antioxidants that you will find in anti wrinkle creams are Vitamin C and E. Vitamin C encourages healing and stimulates the growth of new collagen. Several studies have shown that in high enough concentrations (20%) can reduce the signs of wrinkles, especially when combined with vitamin E. However Vitamin C is not easily absorbed topically so look for fat-soluble derivatives such as ascorbate tetrapalmitate, which help the healing Vitamin C penetrate to the deeper layers of the skin more efficiently.

Vitamin E helps the skin repair itself, protects it from harmful bacteria and also creates a moisture barrier so that the epidermis is less likely to dry out. Try to find an anti wrinkle cream with both.

Vitamin A is in a category all of its own. When combined with vitamins C and E in an anti-wrinkle cream it packs a triple punch of antioxidant action. In anti-aging creams, various other types of vitamin A are also employed - retinol (pure vitamin A), retinyl palmitate (also called pro-retinol A or pro-vitamin A), retinyl acetate and retinyl linoleate. Opinions vary about the effectiveness of each type. Some say retinol has much stronger. These forms of Vitamin A make the skin stronger as well as inspire the growth of new collagen.

Green Tea is one of the latest antioxidants to be added to skin care formulations and it has value as a free radical fighter as well as diuretic. It helps speeds toxins from the surface of the skin to the kidneys where they are eliminated.

Also look for creams that contain either alpha-hydroxy or beta-hydroxy acids. These mild acids help dead skin cells slough off more easily. In high enough concentrations they also act in the dermis by stimulating the production of new collagen and elastin fibers and glycosaminoglycans (moisture-attracting molecules). This enables the skin to retain more water. These acids are thought to be especially effective when it comes to anti-aging. However keep in mind, that like Retinol A, AHAs are known to ‘irritate’ the skin, which triggers a healing response and cell renewal. Some cells are thought to have only limited potential for renewal, and overuse of products containing AHA could do more harm than good in the long-term. So like all good things use anti wrinkle creams like this in moderation.

Some ingredients in anti-wrinkle creams have special purposes. For instance if your wrinkling skin is due to dryness then choose one that has biotin in it as that helps keep dry skin hydrated. Ceramides, derived from cow's brains or pig's brains can also help lubricate the surface of the skin. Glycerin, which is a by-product of soap manufacturing, can help attract moisture to the skin and retain it there so it looks more dewy. The same is true of Hyaluronic acid, which is made from rooster's combs. Hyaluronic acid is a natural moisturizer that also helps attract moisture to the skin surface.

Other ingredients are also sometimes added to anti wrinkle ingredients to increase the efficiency of the main ingredients. Collagen and elastin may be added to a cream in the hopes that the skin will absorb it. Liposomes are a fatty substance that helps carry supplemental collagen elastin beneath the first layer of the skin where it can do some good.

For skin that looks dull or grey as the result of aging look for an anti wrinkle cream that contains provitamin B 5 or Vita Niacin. Both of these supplements have anti-inflammatory properties, encourage the growth of new skin cells and help to bring nutrient rich blood to the face to give it a fresher, pinker glow.

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