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Anti-wrinkle Creams and Firming Serums have become serious competitors to cosmetic procedures. Skin care products are designed to address specific tasks, and now every woman has the chance to choose for herself the ideal formula. Before you book a fashionable anti-wrinkle procedure or operation for rejuvenation, use less radical ways to reverse wrinkled skin.
Aggressive impacts of our environment result in changes to our skin. Moisturizing creams have an effective impact only on the upper layers of your skin. It temporarily relieves dryness and makes your skin look and feel softer. Plain moisturizers mask the look of dry damaged skin, but they do not fix existing skin defects and conditions.
Thin and delicate skin wrinkles and ages faster than other types of skin. Appearance of thin lines, which may appear briefly, can be reversed by using the proper anti-wrinkle creams. Unfortunately we do not always moisturize our skin with the correct products and ultimately those once fine, thin wrinkles deepen, and remain forever.
Using anti-wrinkle products based on the principles of mechanical and chemical peeling will renew aged skin. As a result, aged layers are replaced with fresh, new skin surface.
Relax facial wrinkles and stop their future development.
Skin on face becomes smoother, softer, elasticity is increased and facial wrinkles are decreased.
Eliminating wrinkles naturally.
For Dry skin – use a anti-wrinkle complex of Hydroxy Acid peeling with enzymes, creams-exfoliants (Gentle Scrub), Face Firming Serum.
For Oily and wide pores skin – use a anti-wrinkle complex of Hydroxy Acid peeling with enzymes, creams-exfoliants (Gentle Scrub), Anti-Oxidant Toner (pore minimizer), Face Face Firming Serum.
For Sensitive skin – use a peeling with enzymes, creams-exfoliants (Gentle Scrub), Face Firming Serum.
For Mature and Wrinkled skin – use a anti-wrinkle complex of Hydroxy Acid peeling with enzymes, creams-exfoliants (Gentle Scrub), Face Firming Serum.
What is hydroxy acids? Alpha hydroxy acids in various concentrations are used in chemical peels. Alpha hydroxy acids, the most common of which are glycolic acid and lactic acid, have been used for skin rejuvenation by destroying the contact between dead cells, and providing a uniform peeling of skin flakes. These chemical peels give results that are similar to microdermabrasion – erasing fine lines and giving the skin a smoother appearance with 1 to 3 applications. As a result it improves skin tone and increases elasticity of the skin. Use of the products should be limited to 1-2 times per week.
The difference between Alpha and Beta hydroxy acids: there is only one Beta hydroxy acid – salicylic acid. The main difference between alpha hydroxy acids and beta hydroxy acid is their lipid (oil) solubility. Alpha hydroxy acids are water-soluble only, while beta hydroxy acid is lipid (oil) soluble. This means that beta hydroxy acid is able to penetrate into the pore, which contains sebum, and exfoliate the dead skin cells that are built up inside the pore. Because of this difference in properties, beta hydroxy acid is better if used on oily skin with blackheads and whiteheads. Alpha hydroxy acids are better if used on thickened, sun-damaged skin where breakouts are not a problem.
Alpha hydroxy acids are found in a variety of skin care products including moisturizers, cleansers, under eye creams, sunscreens, and foundations. Here are some guidelines to use when trying to decide which alpha hydroxy acid formulation to use:
·It is best to pick one product that contains the proper formulation of alpha hydroxy acid to use as your exfoliant, and then choose other skin care products or cosmetics that don't contain alpha hydroxy acids to reduce the likelihood of skin irritation.
·Using an alpha hydroxy acid in a Rejuvenating Facial Gentle Scrub may be the best combination of anti-wrinkle products.
·Cleansers containing alpha hydroxy acids are not very effective because the alpha hydroxy acid must be absorbed in the skin to work. Cleansers are washed off before this absorption occurs.
·Alpha hydroxy acids work best in a concentration of 5% to 8% and at a pH of 3 to 4. Enzyme peelings that have dissolved cells on the surface of the skin, unlike hydroxy acids, they do not penetrate deep in to a skin layers, therefore, they are suitable even for sensitive skin.
Fine particles mechanically scrub and peel off dead skin cells. Scrub operates very gently, not damaging the surface of the skin.
Wrinkles – the most significant sign of aging skin.
First, there are mimic wrinkles, caused by the steady decline of muscles and a characteristic of facial expressions.
Laugh-lovers, over the years get «crow's feet» wrinkles around the eyes and mouth.
Short-sightedness, by virtue of constantly squinting, promotes wrinkles around the eyes and deepens the creases between the eyebrows.
The holders of the ‘’blue‘’ and disappointed facial expressions look older, because of the declined corners of the lips and contracted eyebrows.
Second type is age-wrinkles, resulting from the loss of collagen in the skin.
The first, fine wrinkles usually appear between the eyebrows, between 18 and 30 years of age. Then there are «crow's feet» around the eyes – at 38% of women that occurs between the ages of 25-35 years old. Close to 40 years of age, the corners of the eyes begin to disband causing once fine wrinkles to deepen (72% women) and may appear as pigment spots.
At the age of 40 most begin to see wrinkles in and around the corners of the lips, there might be a double chin, and other folds of skin seen on and around the neck. The appearance of wrinkles in various parts of the face become more prevalent due to contributing factors arising from the peculiarities of the way of life, and the use of inappropriate type of skin care and cosmetics.
After 40 years of age, severe dehydration of the skin occurs, increasing skin folds appear, skin becomes excessively tender and change of color pigmentation becomes more noticeable. There is also progressive skin thinning, and skin can no longer, as before, be quickly restored. Minor injuries, such as scrapes, scratches, and burns do not heal as well as they did before. Skin begins to become especially sensitive to the environmental factors, causing destruction of the lipid process, and slows down rehabilitation.
Dehydration is one of the major problems of skin aging. Particular attention must be given to the protection of the lipid barrier of the skin, which arises from the adverse effects of external factors. Aging also reduces the effects of protective skin oils, which leads to increased dryness of the skin, and increases the number and depth of wrinkles.
The aging of the skin begins to progress at a much faster rate after the age of 45-50. Aging effects become most visible on the skin of the neck, especially among women. Men’s aging processes are far less noticeable.
In order for the skin to resist aging around the neck area, it must have strong muscles. Even expensive cosmetics and daily massage will not protect your skin from wrinkles. The skin of the neck requires care and concern: it dries easily and ages quickly, especially due to prolonged exposure to sun, wind and frost.
All aspects of these external factors have a huge impact on your skin at this age. We must avoid severe stress, follow a well balanced diet, and avoid bad habits such as smoking and consuming alcohol. It is therefore necessary to pay more attention to nutrition, get adequate sleep and engage in optimal physical activity.
Age changes in the skin are a manifestation of biological processes of aging, and we are all subjected to the laws of basic gerontology. Certainly, at the present stage of development of medicine, we cannot prevent aging of the body. However, to resist the development of age, cosmetic corrections of the skin have been developed to be realistic.