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The Best Hypoallergenic Anti-aging Products
Getting older. Most people would agree it's a double-edged sword, meaning there are a lot of good things about it and a lot of bad things as well. You typically get wiser as you get older, and may experience some contentment about your life and the world like never before, but at the same time, when you look in the mirror you realize that this wisdom comes with a price! Is it any wonder that anti-aging products today are a multi-billion dollar industry? Getting older isn't the problem; looking older certainly is! Probably no one wants to see the fine lines and wrinkles that are common with growing older.
And along with anti-aging, many people are concerned with hypoallergenic products and those that are made for sensitive skin as well. Regardless of how well any product performs and what it promises to do for your skin, if you're very sensitive to the ingredients and even allergic to them, you're just going to find that while you have fewer wrinkles, you have more breakouts and irritation as well. Thankfully there are many anti-aging skin care product lines that are hypoallergenic and made for sensitive skin as well.
One such product is Vinosource anti-aging wrinkle cream by Caudalie of Paris. This cream is made for dry skin and smoothes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles with antioxidants such as grapeseed oil and vitamin E. It is made without parabens, animal ingredients, or artificial colorings.
Another recommended anti-aging product that is also hypoallergenic is Harmonie Gentle Soothing Cream by Decleor. This cream is meant to calm sensitive and easily irritated skin with its balance of essential oils. It advertises that one application of it will immediately calm red and irritated skin by protecting it from harsh elements. It is fragrance free for those who are sensitive to these ingredients as well.
Arbonne is a company that has created its own line of anti-aging skin care products for decades now, always using only natural, botanical ingredients. Many women who try these products are so impressed that they actually become independent representatives!
Revitol also has a full line of anti-aging skin care products that are made without unnatural ingredients but rather with vitamins and other antioxidants. They are also relatively affordable and have their own program or skin care regimen.
Many of these products are available on their own website, or you can find them at stores such as Sephora or Macy's. Of course, no matter what anti-aging product you try you're going to want to give it a week or so before you give up on it - sometimes even the most natural, hypoallergenic product can still be a bit irritating at first. You need to give your skin a few days to get used to it before you decide whether or not it's right for you.
Common Vitamins and over the counter products can help with aging such as Antioxidants, Vitamin E, Aloe Vera, Green Tea
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 vegetables and fruits such as, apples, blueberries, broccoli, cherries, cranberries, Grapes, spinach, and Spirulina a blue-green algae.
Vitamin E is also clinically proven as an effective antioxidant. It 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 the skin. A naturally cooling gel, the Aloe Vera ingredients work together to stimulate the blood circulation and naturally soften the skin.
Green Tea contains antioxidants that may protect against heart disease, several types of cancer, and skin damage. Used tea bags are good for the dark circles under the eyes.
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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