One of the best way for you to protect your skin from wrinkles and sunspots is by wearing a sunscreen (Re-applying of sunscreen for every 2 to 3 hours is a must to keep your skin well protected, too.) and not to forget to use a daily moisturizer with an SPF of 30 before going out and exposing your skin to the sun or any types of indoor radiation.
As recommended by most dermatologist, you should be start using an anti-wrinkle cream at the your early age of 20’s as most of fine lines, sun damage and visible signs of aging starts to appear mostly 25.
Before buying yourself any anti-aging cream do take note of certain type of ingredients that any anti-wrinkle or anti-aging cream should consist of. Well, it’s a given fact that it should have an SPF of 15 or more as sunlight exposure is one of the major causes of premature aging.
Here are 6 Common Ingredients an Anti-Wrinkle Cream should have:
Retinol – A Vitamin A compound and is the first antioxidant widely used in nonprescription wrinkle creams.
Hydroxy acids – This ingredient helps removes the upper layer of old, dead skin and stimulate the growth of smooth, evenly pigmented new skin.
Coenzyme Q10 – It is a nutrient that helps us in regulating energy production in our cells.
Copper peptides – When applied to the skin, it enhances would healing. It also stimulates the production of collagen and may enhance the way antioxidants take action.
Kinetin – It improves wrinkles and uneven pigmentation giving our skin minimal irritation.
Tea extracts – Commonly found in any Anti-Wrinkle creams
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