Today most of the womens have wrinkles under eyes because of using wrong anti aging products. before buying any of the skin product you should know what to consider in that products, so it will not hurt your skin.
Know Your Skin!
The skin changes over the years. The appearance of the skin surface is gradually changing as a result of the changes taking place in the deeper layers of the skin. Therefore it is imperative to know the ages of the skin to be correct when recommending the appropriate cosmetic treatment.
Each age has different cosmetic needs. A very young skin and a mature skin require a care and cosmetic products completely different, because the physiological characteristics of the skin are also different.
Recommendations For Every Decade!
From 20 To 30 Years
The youngest skin shows a smooth, luminous and soft appearance. The cell renewal and the synthesis of proteins of support of the dermis work perfectly and the skin shows its best aspect.
The most suitable cleaning products are light formulas, which are easily applied and removed. They should be used in the morning and at night, but do not put on makeup.
Mixed skins abound at this age . In these cases it is advisable to apply different products according to the area of the face to be treated: in the central front, nose and chin will use cosmetics for oily skin, such as toning and moisturizing moisturizers with ratifying effect, while on the cheeks will apply Products for normal or dry skin.
You should use the moisturizer daily. Light emulsions provide comfort and protection and leave no shine on the skin.
Use products containing retinol, vitamins C and E and antioxidants, but avoid alpha tocopherol (a formulation of vitamin E oil), which can cause acne breakouts.
30 To 40 Years
The skin begins to manifest signs of the aging process that began a few years earlier and were barely perceptible. In fact, cell renewal has slowed down since the age of 25 and this intrinsic biological process is compounded by environmental aggression. The skin appears more muted, less turgid than in the previous decade. In the thirties appear the first wrinkles of expression generally, in the outline of the eyes and the first spots of hyper pigmentation in the face.
To exfoliate the face, you can use the new products of microdermabrasion accompanied by a massager. The exfoliating particles eliminate dead cells and impurities, leaving the skin smooth and smooth, and the accompanying massage activates the circulation in the face, providing luminosity to the skin.
Choose more complete moisturizers for example: with antioxidants, vitamins or actives that improve the luminosity.
To eliminate the first wrinkles, treatments based on glycolic acid, at concentrations between 8 and 15% can be applied. Higher concentrations will be reserved for older skin with spots or marks of acne.
The bags in the eyes are usually caused by slow blood flow and lymphatic fluid retention. They can be attenuated with the application of an eye contour containing draining substances. Do not apply fatty products, which can aggravate the problem.
When the skin is off, treatment sera based on vitamins, trace elements and antioxidants can be used. They can be applied before the moisturizer or at bedtime
40 To 50 Years
From the age of 45 the process of aging accelerates, especially in women, due to the decrease of estrogens. The wrinkles are more pronounced around the eyes, front and around the mouth, while the facial oval is losing tone and firmness and shows the first signs of flaccidity. All the skin is refined, shows an irregular and irregular tone and the dryness is accentuated.
Exfoliating cosmetics will be applied more frequently, to stimulate cell renewal that slows down at this age. Exfoliates remove dead cells on the skin, smooth the skin surface and activate the blood supply through the massage that accompanies its application.
Smoothing sera, which contain macro proteins and silicones, or anti- oxidant sera rich in vitamins and anti-free radical actives, are recommended for smoother skins, such as smokers’ skin. Moisturizing creams will be richer in texture to compensate The lowest age-specific lipid secretion.
As a night treatment product, it is time to use firming creams for the face, which stimulate the synthesis of collagen and elastic. Also very effective are cosmetics that contain vitamin A derivatives, which regenerate the skin and contribute to reduce deeper wrinkles.
Apply a specific product for the eye contour that contains draining, tensing and firming substances.
50 To 60 Years
By the age of 60, the skin is much drier than in the previous decade. It is also more sensitive and reactive than in previous years due to the lower barrier effect of the hydrolipidic mantle and the lower activity of the skin defense system. All skin shows a matte appearance and is more flaccid and fine to the touch. The changes caused by the intrinsic aging of the skin are aggravated by factors such as sun exposure, pollution, tobacco, poor quality of life, etc. In fact, external factors are mainly responsible for skin aging, and of all of them, sun exposure is the most damaging factor.
Face cleansing products are richer and more unctuous formulas, which bring emollience and softness to the skin.
As a night treatment, quite nutritious formulas containing active ingredients such as retinol and its derivatives, metalloproteinase inhibitors, deoxyribonucleic acid (DNA) repairers, etc. are suitable.
The most suitable eye contour cosmetics contain draining, tightening and firming substances as well as lipid ingredients that compensate for the dryness characteristic of menopause (essential fatty acids, car amides, etc.).
When the skin appears more muted, shock concentrate should be used. They contain vitamins, peptides, trace elements, antioxidants, organic acids, fatty acids, DNA repairers, immunostimulants, etc., which effectively combat opaque appearance and dryness.
Are You Using Too Many Anti-Aging Products? We Tell You The Consequences!
The anti-aging products can provide numerous benefits to the skin, such as increased collagen production, signs of wrinkles and fine lines less noticeable generally seen with a more youthful appearance. But their use too often can have the opposite effect. Excessive use of anti-aging products can cause irritation and inflammation, as well as collagen and elastic breakdown. Chemical exfoliations and microdermabrasion performed very frequently can promote blood vessel growth.
Remember, if you begin to see irritation or redness on the skin after using an anti-aging product; take it as a sign that the product is probably too strong for the skin.