When it comes to achieving younger looking skin, there are two camps of products. The anti-aging and the anti-wrinkle treatments. Both of them help your skin look smoother and more youthful, but they do it in slightly different ways.
Anti-wrinkle creams diminish fine lines and wrinkling of the skin. It focuses on regenerating the epidermis, sun protection, hydration, and hiding the signs of aging on the skin.
Anti-aging treatments on the other hand works by stimulating cell growth, moisturizing the skin and improving elasticity. They primarily work by preventing the formation of wrinkles, rather than removing already existing ones. They also contain retinol that sheds off dead skin cells, boosts collagen production, and prevents acne and clogged pores.
When Do Wrinkles Appear?
Contrary to what many believe, wrinkles can appear as early as in your twenties. Between twenty years of age and thirty is the norm, not later in life as is often believed.
In your twenties, wrinkles mostly show up as horizontal forehead lines, like what you get when you raise your eyebrows.
At around age thirty, collagen production slows down. Collagen is important for keeping your skin young, plump, and vibrant. Without enough collagen it's also easy for sagging and wrinkles to occur, especially in areas like the corners of mouth and eyes. In your thirties you'll start seeing crows feet from excess sun and squinting from time spent in the sun without sunglasses. Frown lines when you're not frowning is next.
In your forties the lines you got in your thirties deepen, and skin becomes looser. So the time to start thinking about anti-aging and wrinkle creams are your twenties, not your fifties.
What to Look for in a Anti-aging Cream?
You want to find a product that uses natural ingredients, as you don't want to keep clogging up your pores with artificial junk. Moisture is also paramount to keeping your skin looking as young as possible.
Our Rosy Radiant bioReverse is made with clean, natural ingredients, packed with powerhouse anti-agers like jojoba seed oil, and green tea leaf extract, and both hydrates and locks in moisture in your skin.
Regenerate Anti-wrinkle Cream
The formula in our RosyRadiant's regenerate anti-wrinkle cream is another great product for locking in moisture and diminishing wrinkles. In addition it supports collagen synthesis so that you can enjoy a soft supple complexion for the long term. It's the perfect choice if you want to strengthen and repair your skin barrier to prevent loss of firmness, rough, dull skin, or visible lines. It's also a great product for crow's feet, forehead creases, or dehydrated skin.
Six Tips to Prevent Skin Aging
Cigarette smoke contains toxins that expose your skin to oxidative stress. While quitting an addiction is never easy, avoiding the wrinkles, dryness, and other premature aging signs on your skin is so worth it.
Stay out of the sun.
Regardless of whether the rays penetrate your skin on a beach or in a tanning bed, UV rays cause wrinkles by hurting the DNA in your skin cells. No tan is worth that.
Watch your diet.
Eating too many refined carbohydrates and too much sugar damages your skin over time. You're better off reaching for some fresh fruit and water.
Get your Zs.
Sleep regenerates your cells, including your skin cells. Poor sleep quality diminishes your skin barrier and increases other signs of aging.
Careful with the alcohol.
It's no secret that alcohol dehydrates your body, if you drink excessively, the long term dehydration can give you saggy, shapeless skin.
Stress isn't good for your overall health, but it's also not good for your skin. Both inflammation and stress hormones can actually make your body older. Stress also damages your sleep habits and causes inflammation.
Frequently Asked Q&As About Wrinkles and Skin-aging
Does green tea slow down aging?
Green tea contains lots of powerful antioxidants and is well-known for its anti-aging effects, including the effects on aging skin.
Will quitting smoking reduce wrinkles?
Quitting smoking is one of the best things you can do to reduce wrinkles, since smoking puts a lot of stress on your skin.
Is turmeric good for anti-aging?
Turmeric is a powerful natural healer. It regulates digestive health, metabolism, and memory function. It's great for boosting brain function and slowing or even reversing age-related reduced brain function. If you want to explore the many benefits of turmeric yourself, we recommend HealthImpaq™ Turmeric Curcumin with Bioperine.
Is CoQ10 good for wrinkles?
Yes! CoQ10 is actually naturally found in the body, but it's common to have a deficiency. It is a powerful antioxidant that is super important for protein synthesis, muscle contractions, and energy. It supports brain health, skin health, and both energizes and protects cells. Because it's easy to have a deficiency, we recommend supplementing with this amazing antioxidant. The HealthImpaq™ CoQ10 Ubiquinone Coenzyme is a great one to get you started.
Aging skin might not be fun, but thankfully there are lots of things you can do to protect your skin and regain and prolong that dewy, youthful skin you deserve. Lifestyle changes like quitting smoking, getting enough sleep, protecting your skin against the sun, and laying off the carbs will have a great effect on your skin and appearance. The same is true for quality skin care products. In fact, armed with the right anti-aging products, supplements, and lifestyle changes you'll be one of those women who is mistaken for their daughter's sister.