Aging is a natural process that we cant avoid or at least that is what we have told to believe, the fact is that 30% of the aging sings are a genetic cause but most of the rest is due to lack of a healthy lifestyle and care for our body and skin.
The first thing that people look to solve their aging problem are anti-wrinkle treatments, some of the most common treatments are:
Some of those treatments actually work when applied properly by an experience physician, however they do have their risks and require invasive procedures that can leave skin marks.
But if you are in your 30s, 40s and 50s and maybe ever older you do not require to use risky treatments in order to dramatically improve your skin appearance. There are botox alternatives are available but they are known as drugs because have not been approved by the FDA as anti aging creams.
However there are some companies that invest their money in research and development and have found some breakthrough natural ingredients that are capable of gradually reducing wrinkles, reducing fine lines, smooth and bright your skin.
Some of those ingredients are:
Cynergy Tk increases the natural production of collagen and elastin in your body.
Coenzyme Q10 is one of the most potent anti oxidants that smooth your skin and destroy free radicals.
Wakame increases the production of the hyaluronic acid which is vital for skin rejuvenation.
Those are some of the most powerful natural ingredients, vitamins E, D, A are also important to prevent oxidation of the skin.
On the other hand not all anti wrinkle creams are effective and safe to use, you should avoid any cream that contains chemicals and synthetic ingredients like:
Dont look for risky wrinkle treatments before trying a natural anti wrinkle cream treatment that can naturally transform your skin and make it look years younger.
Another vital part of a natural treatment for your skin is to eat healthy foods such as fruits and vegetables, avoid junk food, drink a lot of water to hydrate your skin and use sunscreen to protect your skin from the UV rays of the sun.
Source by Diana E. Rubio