Wednesday, January 11, 2012

Protecting Your Skin - Beware of the Average Skin Care Marketer by Laurel Levine

You’ve probably heard this before, but beware of the average anti aging skin care marketer, because he or she is likely to tell you just about anything in order to sell you a product. This includes lying to you about the contents of the formula, the safety of the ingredients being used, and the effectiveness of the product. The cosmetic companies are in it to make money, and it seems as though most of them don’t care whether or not their products are effective, or even safe for you to use.

That is not to say that there are not highly ethical companies within the cosmetic industry, because there certainly are. The unfortunate thing is that ethics when it comes to the development of effective anti aging skin care formulas is the exception, and not the rule. This is why you must be very selective in your quest for a productive formula, because many of these products you don’t want anywhere near your skin.

Look at the label of the average product that the anti aging skin care marketer touts as safe and effective. The label will more than likely state that the formula contains parabens, acrylamide, DEA (diethanolamine), MEA (monoethanolamine), TEA (triethanolamine), dioxane, phenol carbolic acid, polyethylene glycol, toluene, triclosan, or any of a variety of other chemical agents. These substances are mostly carcinogens, and many are toxic.

Why do you think it is that the cosmetic companies that use these substances in their formulas do so, instead of using all natural ingredients that do a better job than chemical agents do? It really shouldn’t surprise you that the choice of developing their formulas using highly questionable chemical agents as ingredients is a cost saving measure. Mixing chemical agents together is simply cheaper then processing all natural components.

Not only are most of the products they sell unsafe, but the crowing by the average anti aging skin care marketer over the effectiveness of their formulas is also false. Have you ever tried a product containing collagen, elastin, or hyaluronic acid in it that radically improved your appearance? The fact is that all three of these commonly used compounds are many times too dense for your skin to be able to absorb them.

The natural components that you will find in an effective anti aging skin care formula provide you with antioxidants that repair oxidative damage to your skin. Ingredients like Babassu wax, Maracuja passion fruit extract, grape seed oil, Phytessence Wakame kelp extract, Nano-Lipobelle H-EQ10 nano-emulsified coenzyme Q10 variation, and the protein and enzyme fusion Cynergy TK provide all of the antioxidants that you need.

An honest anti aging skin care marketer will tell you that grape seed oil, Phytessence Wakame, Nano-Lipobelle H-EQ10, and Cynergy TK are the answer to smoothing and firming your skin. Grape seed oil and Phytessence Wakame help keep the skin firm and full by diminishing the decomposition of your collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid. Nano-Lipobelle and Cynergy TK cause a sizeable increase in the amount of collagen and elastin being produced.

Bottom line, an anti aging skin care marketer that tells you a formula with these ingredients is safe and effective is someone you can believe.

You can learn more insights by visiting my web site and discovering more natural ingredients I personally use daily.