An antiaging skin care product can care for your skin with fast clinical results. Life is very busy and demanding for people, especially those who were born in what is known as the baby-boom era.
These individuals who are now in their forties and fifties do not find themselves with very much spare time on their hands.
This leaves these said people searching for easy cosmetic remedies that will allow them to look good and feel younger without sacrificing too much time that they just do not have available.
Thankfully, there are numerous ways you can care for your face without having to spend countless hours. The best way to take care of your skin is by using products that work with some form of clinical results on your skin.
The products necessary to take the best action on your skin are: Glycolic Acid, Tretinoin (Retin-A®), Retinol (which is much weaker than Retina®), Hydroquinone or Kojic Acid, topical Vitamin C, and a broad range UVA/UVB sun block.
You can purchase Glycolic acids in various forms the bad news however is that these products are not compatible with all skin types. These are products made with fruit fermentation, which work by sloughing or exfoliating dead skin cells daily.
Tretinoin (Retin A®) is a vitamin A acid, is available in three different strengths. Most clinics offer 0.025%, 0.05% and 0.1%.
There are many benefits to using Tretinoin such as sloughing dead epidermal cells, thickening the dermis, perking up skin circulation and provide offering your skin a radiant glow. Tretinoin is only available while you are under the care of a doctor and through a prescription.
Retinol is a Vitamin A alcohol that is also available in three strengths. It is usually handled better than Tretinoin is for people who have skin that is sensitive.
Melanocytes are cells that make pigment and are located in low within the base layer of skin. The pigment is formed with a tyrosine dependent enzyme pathway. Hydroquinone and Kojic Acid are tyrosinase slow down and thwart pigment being created at the cellular level.
People with hyper-pigmentation issues have to use products that work together with glycolic, Tretinoin, or Retinol. This is because the outstanding pigment that raises to the surface that comes to the skin from the layer containing the basal cell has to be scraped off using exfoliants to produce as much lightening as possible.
Vitamin C is the strongest topical tool towards anti-aging and comes in a variety of forms for your convenience. The best source is thought to be L-Ascorbic Acid 15% at a pH of 2.1 found in ethylene glycol, together with Glycolic Acid (Alpha Hydroxy Acids).
Primacy C+AHA is the only product you can purchase that works this way. Not everyone however can handle the low pH.
Not to mention the fact that not all L-Ascorbic Acid based C-Serums will stay stable. Topical products that contain Vitamin C are often so unsteady that 90% of its impact vanishes after as little as thirty days.
Author: Tanna Mayer
Updated December 1 2014