Thursday, December 15, 2011

Protect Your Skin – Rate Anti Aging Creams by Laurel Levine

Let’s face it. The only way to truly rate anti aging creams is to understand which ingredients in these formulas are safe and effective, and which are potentially dangerous and ineffective. Until you have an understanding as to what should and shouldn’t be included in a product, then you can’t make a knowledgeable buying decision. Most people don’t know enough about the formulas they are using on their skin.

This is a fact that can get you in a lot of trouble, aside from the frustration that these products can cause. Ineffective is one thing, and filled with potentially harmful toxic and carcinogenic chemical agents is another thing all together. The sad thing is that it is not even necessary for the companies that include these chemical agents in their formulas to use them, as natural ingredients work just as well as preservatives, and antibacterial compounds.

When you rate anti aging creams you have got to be aware of the presence of chemical compounds such as parabens, phenol carbolic acid, acrylamide, dioxane, toluene, triclosan, and polyethylene glycol. There are many other chemical agents to be aware of as well, and these are just some of the more popular ones. There are roughly 4,000 different chemical used in the creation of fragrance alone, and many of them can be harmful as well.

The reason that chemical agents are such a common presence in skin care formulas is because they are much cheaper to use than all natural ingredients are. Natural compounds require special processing in order to ensure that all of their necessary properties remain intact. With chemically created compounds you pretty much just mix them up and go, which is a lot easier to do.

When you rate anti aging creams be sure that the products you are looking at contain the right type of ingredients for helping you be a success. You want plant based compounds in your formula, nutrients like natural vitamin E and a nan0-emulsified form of coenzyme Q10 called Nano-Lipobelle H EQ10, protein complexes, and enzymes in the formulas you are going to use. What you don’t want is natural ingredients like livestock derived collagen, elastin, or hyaluronic acid.

I understand that increasing the presence of these substances is important in returning the firmness and elasticity to your skin, but applying them to you skin is not the way to go about doing it. Collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid are all three much too dense for the skin to be capable of absorbing them. The answer to more tissue and polymer lies in a quartet of natural compounds.

A formula that contains a combination of grape seed oil, Phytessence Wakame kelp extract, Nano-Lipobelle H EQ10, and Cynergy TK are what to look for when you rate anti aging creams. Grape seed oil and Phytessence Wakame dramatically slow the breakdown of your collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid perpetrated by enzymes, while Nano-Lipobelle and Cynergy TK increase the production of collagen and elastin.

Make no mistake about it. When you rate anti aging creams, you have to put products with safe and effective ingredients like these at the top of the list.

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