Aging Skin Moisturizes - Which Ingredients Should You Look For?
Before you can make a good decision on which ingredients to look for in an aging skin moisturizer, you have to decide whether you want to use all natural or alternatively chemical/synthetic based ingredients.
They can just about synthesize anything these days, however many skincare experts believe the synthesized substances are not as powerful and effective as their natural counterparts.
On the other hand some chemically based creams and lotions can be pretty effective. But there is lingering doubts about their safety if used on a long-term timeframe.
Do you have any idea about the long-term effects on your health using petroleum-based substances like mineral oils, parabens and even some fragrances? Who knows what these substances may do to your skin and body over many years use?
I certainly don't, however the scientists who develop these products always try to alleviate our concerns by reinforcing the positives about their products.
But if you're at all like me -- somewhat skeptical about these claims, you will be reluctant to use their creams and lotions for long periods of time.
On the other hand you can't really go wrong using plant-based natural substances that are the same ones we often eat every day.
Aging skin moisturizes should be used regularly -- maybe even daily if possible, particularly as older people's tissue cells tend to dry out more quickly.
Your skin thins and damages more easily as you age because the living tissue structures mainly found in the dermis -- like collagen and elastin fibers, blood vessels and nerve endings start to degrade. Unfortunately your body doesn't produce as many of these living structures as it did in your youth.
Replacing natural oils and emollients every day is an essential moisturizing and hydrating necessity for your skin.
Some ingredients used in the most recently developed creams and lotions contain collagen and elastin stimulating properties to help increase the number of these proteins in your dermis. By building their numbers you have a very real chance of reducing your fine lines and wrinkles as well.
Some of the better natural oils to look for on the product ingredients label when you're researching and evaluating your next aging skin moisturizes purchase are.
Jojoba, grapeseed and avocado oils, and lets not forget Shea butter. There are no better natural oils around that I know about that can deeply moisturize and hydrate aging skin as effectively.
Emollients like Crodamol CP and Cetiol PLG are very effective at helping to smooth and soften the skin. D-Panthenol is a pro-vitamin (B5), which acts as an emollient, moisturizer and humectant.
If the aging skin moisturizer contains the ingredients functional keratinÂ® and nano-lipobelle H-EQ10 as well, you will more than likely have found the best one available on the market today.
To help you learn and understand more about the excellent aging skin moisturizer ingredients mentioned above.