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3 of the Best Anti Aging Skin Ingredients

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What are the best anti aging skin ingredients? The experts have different opinions. This article looks at the compounds that have proven to be effective in one study after another.

These are also the safest compounds available. While other compounds may be effective, their safety for long term use is unknown. Many are known to cause irritation and redness, which are signs of underlying inflammation.

Inflammation damages and degrades the skin's elastic collagen fibers. The production of those fibers decreases with age. So, damaging them at any time in your life is not a good idea, if it can be avoided.

The damage often done by skincare products can easily be avoided simply by checking for warning labels and finding out what compounds are included in the product, whether it is a daily moisturizer or a deep cleansing mask. No risks to the skin's health or appearance should accompany its use. It's simply unnecessary.

So, those are the reasons that we have chosen this list of the best anti aging skin ingredients.

Functional Keratin

Developed only within the last few years using patented processes, Functional Keratin is a kind of bioactive protein. It is very similar to the skin's own keratin. When it is applied directly to the skin's surface, it is absorbed by the skin's cells and used in the same way that it would use the keratins produced by the body.

Keratins keep the skin's cells firm and stable. The proteins absorb and pull moisture into the cells, which keeps the firm and plump.

Studies have shown that Functional Keratin stimulates the production of new skin cells and elastic collagen fibers. It reduces inflammation, improves firmness, improves the skin's ability to retain moisture and acts as an antioxidant.

Wakame Kelp

Wakame kelp is one of the best anti aging skin ingredients for several reasons, but the most important is that it inhibits the activity of an enzyme called hyaluronidaise. Hyaluronidaise breaks down and destroys the skin's hyaluronic acid content.

Hyaluronic acid is one of the compounds responsible for the skin's smoothness and firmness. It helps to keep moisture in the skin's layers and prevents environmental irritants from entering the cells.

Other benefits of wakame include protection against sun damage, maintenance of moisture balance and protection against free radical damage.

Nano-Lipobelle H EQ10

Nano-lipobelle H EQ10 is a nano-emulsion form of coenzyme Q10 and natural vitamin E. It is one of the best anti aging skin ingredients, because it has been shown to reverse sun damage, reduce wrinkling and improve the skin's moisture content.

COQ10 and vitamin E are potent antioxidants that fight free radical damage. The skin's antioxidant level becomes lower as we age, while the number of free radicals becomes higher. This sets the stage for damage on a molecular level that eventually becomes visible.

A nano-emulsion is a moisturizing compound that contains particles small enough to be absorbed into the skin's cells. If the COQ10 particles are not reduced in size, the skin's cells cannot absorb or use them.

Natural vitamin E has always been recognized as one of the best anti aging skin ingredients. Things like grape seed and olive oil, which have been recommended over the years for fighting the outward signs of age, are now known to contain vitamin E.

Many of the big companies use a synthetic form of vitamin E, because it is cheaper. Yet, the benefits of the synthetic form are unknown.

There are other beneficial compounds to look for including Shea butter and avocado extract, but if you want the best anti aging skin ingredients, nothing will replace the Functional Keratin, Wakame Kelp Extracts and Nano-lipobelle H EQ10.


ABOUT THE AUTHOR: VALERIE ROSENBAUM
Valerie Rosenbaum is an expert author on the topic of natural skin care. After years of research, the skin care products she recommends use a proprietary blend of all natural ingredients in the best anti wrinkle creams. To learn more visit her website www.DefendYourSkin.com

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