Anti-aging can be a difficult topic to address: a war is currently fought over the meaning of the term in research and medicine, and as a brand for products in an energetic and often fraudulent marketplace. Even mentioning anti-aging medicine is likely to prejudice many readers, but I will try to put this all into context.
Anti-aging now has a number of quite different common meanings and connotations, each of which is championed by a particular group or loose coalition of interests. Advocates for these groups have a way of diving into the fray without defining their terms, and this tends to make reading about the surrounding debates somewhat confusing for a newcomer. In the scientific community anti-aging research refers exclusively to slowing, preventing, or reversing the aging process. While the future is looking very promising, there is presently no proven and available medical technology that slows or reverses aging in humans. (Although the jury is still out on the practice of calorie restriction and regular exercise). Nor is there any currently available method short of waiting for people to die to accurately measure the effects of an alleged anti-aging therapy. In the medical and reputable business community, anti-aging medicine means the early detection, prevention, and treatment of age-related diseases. This is quite different from tackling the aging process itself, and a wide array of strategies and therapies are currently available. Calorie restriction, for example, lowers the risk of suffering a wide range of age-related conditions. In the wider business community - which includes a great many fraudulent or frivolous ventures - anti-aging is a valuable brand and a demonstrated way to increase sales. At the worse end of the scale, this leads to snake oil salesmen, "anti-aging" potions that may or may not make your skin look younger, and infomercials that tout the "anti-aging" benefits of various foods. Broadly, and very charitably, we can look at these varied definitions of anti-aging as meaning "to look and feel younger in some way." This has no bearing on how long you live or how healthy you actually are, and many of these products simple do not achieve the results claimed. The confusion of greatest interest here is between the first two definitions above: treating the disease of aging versus treating aging itself. Many interventions can lengthen an individual's life span by preventing or curing specific age-related diseases that would otherwise prove fatal. For example, ask yourself whether a method of preventing heart disease or type 2 diabetes is anti-aging medicine. The therapy in question might have no effect on the underlying aging process, but it would nonetheless help many people to live comparatively longer, healthier lives.
For some women may already be familiar with the use of anti-aging cream. But some of them may not know what the content of the cream used. Here it is the main content of anti-aging cream. The content or materials contained in anti-aging cream is useful to diminish the skin on the face and makes skin look younger. Among the many content, the most important ingredient is an antioxidant like vitamin E and vitamin C, vitamin A and glycolic acid.
Vitamin E is known to heal wounds because of sun burn, inflammation and other damage that occurs in the skin. It also can protect the skin from free radicals that attack cells and increase the effectiveness of other antioxidants such as vitamin C. The content of the most frequently listed in the product label is tocopherol.
The content that is not less important is vitamin C, because it can help the formation of new collagen, smoothing the skin, stop or diminish sun damage like brown spots, making skin look younger. The content is written on the product label usually L-ascorbic acid, but it has a limited period of use is only for 6 months. Therefore the experts recommend to keep the cream in order to truly sealed, so that did not diminish the effectiveness of this vitamin when exposed to air.
Vitamin A is usually referred to as retinol, is a peeling agent that can trigger peroduksi collagen so the skin becomes smoother and more toned. But usually will make the skin more sensitive to ultraviolet light (typically used for night cream), and its use must be careful because sometimes can cause irritation.
Benefits of anti anti-aging:
1. Reduces wrinkles and fine lines
Use anti-aging creams to reduce your wrinkles and fine lines quickly. These serums and potions are lightweight and gentle on your skin. Use them twice a day for the best results. Apply an anti-wrinkle cream after washing your face during the day and again at night before going to sleep. Let the cream work on your skin while you doze off. The best quality anti-aging creams have ingredients such as Shea butter, green tea, vitamin E and B5, axerophthol, and jojoba oil. Using an anti aging cream regularly will give you visible results. These creams reinforce your cells that fight the free radicals causing harm to your skin. The potions come with ingredients that help in collagen creation that protects your skin from sunburns. Anti-aging creams also help in the development of elastin.
2. Prevents flaking and peeling:
When it comes to the advanced anti-aging creams, they besides fighting wrinkles, also prevents skin flaking, drying, and peeling. It stops the aging process, making you look young and attractive. Natural ingredients like vitamin E, green tea, and mucopolysaccharide fight the aging process not only in women but also in men. These potions leave no oil in your skin and absorb quickly. Even if you have sensitive skin, you can use anti-wrinkle creams after consulting a dermatologist. Remove dark circles around your eyes and make your neck skin look firm with the use of anti-aging creams. You can also prevent crepe skin when you use anti-wrinkle creams regularly.
3. Hydrates, brightens and tightens your skin:
Use anti-aging creams to moisturize, brighten, tighten, and lift up your sagging skin, especially the skin around your eyes and neck. These potions do not have synthetic colors, scents, and parabens. The moisturizing effect of these creams will work wonders on men and women’s skin. The major anti-aging formulas include hip seed oil, vitamin C, and natural mallow extract that help in nurturing your skin. These creams are effective and not over-priced. Use these creams regularly for the best results in no time.