Top 5 Ingredients To Look For In An Anti-aging Serum
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Here is our latest blog by Cynthia Chapman. She has given us her knowledge and research around ingredients to look out for in an ant-aging serum. I thoroughly enjoyed the read!
Top 5 ingredients to Look for in an anti-aging serum
Retinoids reduce signs of aging such as fine-lines, wrinkles, hyperpigmentation that the skin will inevitably develop and how retinoids anti-aging properties work by stimulating the production of collagen. They also encourage the production of new blood vessels in the skin, which in turn improves skin color that acts as Judas to the hyperpigmentation I mentioned within this example.
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2. Hyaluronic acid:
This substance is naturally produced within the body and lingers in connective tissue with the largest quantities being found in your skin and eyes. Hyaluronic acid's glaring function is to retain water inside of the skin and act as a lubricant to those delicate tissues. Both biological and environmental influences such as aging exposure to ultraviolet light from the sun, tobacco smoke and pollution can decrease the amounts and/or the efficacy of our bodies own biological manufacturing of it.
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3. Tea extracts:
Tea extracts especially green tea are an ingredient that you should keep your eyes peeled for when you are searching for an anti-aging serum as tea even the form that you may consume on a daily basis has anti-inflammatory properties so purchasing a serum with tea extract(s) would give you the same benefit that you achieve internally while casually drinking tea such as the anti-inflammatory properties that have been proven through studies over the years to show benefits to those suffering from illnesses borne from inflammation. People often neglect to consider that the skin is also an organ and the largest organism that the body has so to apply a serum with tea extracts would elicit the same benefits as one would when sipping on their morning or nightly tea (though externally). Tea extracts calm irritation on the skin (owing to its inflammatory properties) as well as repairing skin damage.
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4. Vitamin C:
The reason to scout out vitamin C as an ingredient when looking for an effective anti-aging serum is because of the potent antioxidant values that this vitamin has, when an ingredient is an antioxidant your skin will reap countless benefits such as a decrease in redness which ultimately results in an even complexion. Vitamin C also increases blood flow which results in a glowing complexion as well as smooth, plump skin that every age demographic would not only enjoy as a means of self-care but benefit from in a dermatological sense as well.
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Peptides work well in combination with other ingredients, including vitamin C and hyaluronic acids.
This final ingredient isn't frequently discussed despite how well Peptides work well in combination with other ingredients, including vitamin C and hyaluronic acid as some find that with vitamin C infused products that the skin can feel tight and peptides work act as a barrier thus locking in moisture to prevent that possible affect as well as still allowing you to experience the benefits from Vitamin C without that pesky tightness that may occur. How Peptides operate as a skin barrier as well is because peptides encourage the growth of collagen and collagen is a skin barrier so applying a serum with all of these ingredients that are listed in this passage the desired outcomes would be amplified as the root of aging and many skin maladies is the disintegration of collagen.
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