Antiaging skin care products can help you resurface and renew your skin and embrace the aging process, it is your own choice if you opt to allow your skin to grow old at a reduced paced, or to see your skin speed along to wrinkles at an early age.
By the time you reach the end of your twenties, your skin may already be showing signs of age. Typically the damage will have been caused by the sun as its rays have already impacted you by the time you end your teen years.
Smoking, a vice held by many is also a strong factor is aging on skin. Unfortunately, second hand smoke can cause as much damage. Therefore, if you are wanting to take good care of your skin, avoid smoke and sun whenever possible.
Even though you may attempt to keep your skin out of the sun’s rays, you should still always use a sunscreen on your face every day no matter what the season. Make certain to ensure that your product of choice has a SPF of at least 15.
Every morning, treat your skin to a serum that contains Vitamin C, use a moisturizer with glycolic and the product you use around your eyes should have retinal. Before you retire at night, a product with Retinol or Retin-A® is very useful in combination with a glycolic mask applied three times a week.
Non-ablative laser surfacing also known as laser collagen replenishment is the latest technique for those looking into facial remodeling. Researchers learned that in ablative laser resurfacing the beam of the laser did not erase wrinkles. Instead it worked to repair them.
Although this treatment can sound great, there are drawback such as the ten to fourteen days required for your flesh to heal after the treatment. This does not sit well with the busy people of today who want to look good without having to take time for healing.
Non Ablative Laser Collagen Replacement produces the same great results without you having to take time to heal.
There are numerous new lasers that have been created to work on the skin. A number of different techniques are implemented to research how well these lasers work.
Authour: Tanna Mayer
Updated: December 1 2014