Ingredients To Look Out For In Anti Wrinkle Creams

Many anti wrinkle creams also known as anti-aging cream that is sold in both online and offline stores promise to reduce the appearance wrinkles and fine lines within a few days of use. The big question that many people ask is, do they really work as they claim? That often depends on the specific ingredients they are made of. It is therefore important that you know the ingredients that make them effective.

Here's is what to look out for in wrinkle and cellulite creams:

Retinol - Retinol comes from vitamin A found in liver and fish. When included in anti wrinkle creams, it provides two benefits. First, it softens wrinkle edges, making the lines to appear less deep. Secondly, it's antioxidant properties neutralize free radicals, which break down skill cells and cause wrinkles.

Hydroxy Acids - Hydroxy acids to look out for include, alpha hydroxy acids (AHA), beta hydroxy acid (BHA), and poly hydroxy acids. These are exfoliation ingredients that reduce the appearance of wrinkles by dissolving dead skin cells in the top layer of the skin, and stimulating the growth of new, smooth and evenly pigmented skin. 

When you check the ingredient list of most body skin creams, you may not find hydroxy acids, listed as such. Instead, you'll see one or more of these acids: citric acid (derived from citrus fruits), lactic acid (derived from milk), glycolic acid (derived from sugarcane), malic acid (derived from pears and apples), tartaric acid (derived from grapes), or salicylic acid.

Because these acids increase the skin's sensitivity to the sun, making it susceptible to sunburn, it is very important that you always wear a good sunscreen when using a cream containing any of them.

Coenzyme Q10 - This is an antioxidant that reduces the visible signs of sun damage on the skin, caused by free radicals. This ingredient works in three ways. It eliminates the existing wrinkles, slows down the speed at which new wrinkles form and increases your skin's elasticity and firmness by preventing collagen molecules damage caused by free radicals.

Tea Extract - Tea contains anti-inflammatory and antioxidant properties, and has been used for many years as a medicinal agent. As a result, tea extract (mostly green tea) is usually included in wrinkle creams. When applied topically, tea extract provides the skin with antioxidant benefits; it neutralizes free radicals and prevents further skin damage.

Vitamin C - Vitamin C is a potent antioxidant that helps to protect your skin from the damaging effects of the sun. When using a wrinkle cream containing vitamin C, be sure to store it in a way that protects it from sunlight.

When shopping for your next anti wrinkle skin cream, take time to check and make sure that it has some if not all of the above important ingredients. These ingredients when mixed or compounded in just the right way seem to work better than other products on the market. 

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