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Anti Aging Skin Care And Acne
If you are between the ages of ten and fourth then starting a anti aging skin care regiment will provide you with the best results if you begin now. People aged between ten and forty are usually most affected by acne, which manifests itself as congested pores, black and whiteheads, pimples, papules, pustules as well as cysts, nodules, or rosacea. There are a number of anti aging acne skin care products available that can effectively treat the condition if you start early enough.
The skin of men and women should be properly moisturized so that signs of aging will diminish and along with a good sun block will go a long way to accomplish your goals. There are a number of different products available but not all of the products you try will provide satisfactory results and in some cases may actually worsen you acne problem.
Consulting a skin care expert or a dermatologist should be your first step before using any type of anti aging acne skin care regiment. There are many kinds of acne scars that may have appeared on the surface of the skin, which may prove to be resistant to the anti aging acne skin care product you may use. A professional can tell you which products would give you the best results based on the type of skin problem you have.
A good choice for anti aging acne skin care is glycolic acid peels, salicylic acid peels, as well as TCA peels that are often recommended by dermatologists because they work well on not only acne scars, but also takes care of age spots as well as fine wrinkles. Another product you can use is Bi-phasic peel.
You need to take timely action when the first signs of acne or aging appear. Any delay would only lead to a worsening of the condition. Applying good anti-aging acne skin care products will not only help remove wrinkles, but also may have a positive effect on the acne scars since the products used contain Retinol, which is a form of vitamin A and it has considerable rejuvenating effects on aging skin.
Vitamin A in the form of Retinoid and Retinol are used in the cosmetic industry to improve the skin replacement rate. The effects of acne and the scars from acne can be markedly reduced by this higher skin cell replacement rate. The anti aging chemicals also found in vitamin A are absorbed through the skin and can increase the collagen level giving the skin a more youthful appearance.
Regular application of retinol can make the skin soft and smooth. The pores will be cleaned and less visible and wrinkles will be less pronounced thus the signs of aging would be reduced. Retinol has been found to improve skin texture, tone and color.
Common Vitamins and over the counter products can help with aging such as Vitamin A, Antioxidants, Vitamin D, Vitamin E, and Aloe Vera.
Substances called Antioxidants can neutralize free radical by pairing up or binding with the free radical elections thus inhibiting them from damaging cells in the human body. Natural Antioxidants are abundant in fruits and vegetables such as, apples, blueberries, broccoli, cherries, cranberries, Grapes, spinach, and Spirulina a blue-green algae.
Vitamin D is manufactured in the skin following direct exposure to sunlight. Many studies show that Vitamin D production decreases in older people and in those who are housebound. Vitamin D is needed by the body to absorb calcium, which makes your bones stronger and helps prevent factures.
Vitamin E is also clinically proven as an effective antioxidant. It also improves our skin's moisture and content, but also has skin protection properties and is good in smoothing our skin.
Aloe Vera will help rejuvenate and tone skin all over. A naturally cooling gel, the Aloe Vera botanical ingredients work together to stimulate the blood circulation and naturally soften the skin.
If you just feel that you need vitamins, supplements or herbs to fight the aging process then find a good health care professional prior to starting any type of home treatment.
Always consult your doctor before using this information.
This Article is nutritional in nature and is not to be construed as medical advice.
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