There are many anti-ageing products manufacturing companies running campaigns ensuring to reverse the time and making you land into your prime age and hence enhance your beauty appeal. These products guarantee to “make your partner fall in love once again all over you”. But is this really the truth? People need to be very careful before adding these products to their daily regimen. Age reversal can stay a dream as many dermatologists believe that such products can actually end up harming your skin.
Most of the anti-ageing products that are available in stores are medically proven to have great results yet skin experts advice that they should not be used without proper medical supervision. The results of can very often be devastating as one may welcome a host of side effects. People are allured to trying such products as the application seems to be easier than cosmetic treatments such as Botox and other skin reconstructive surgeries. These products are very much cheaper than these surgeries as well.
What people should really try to understand is that the type of skin differs from person to person and so will the results. One particular product cannot be suitable for all types of skin. There are cases where there are amazing results on one person but the application of same product on somebody else might lead to worsened skin.
As we get older the production intensity of our skin cells deteriorates and what anti-ageing products basically tend to do is controlling and increasing this rate of production. Rejuvenating skin is a tedious process so some particular ingredients play a key role. Lactic acid has good effects but it should not be more than 2 percent in the product composition. Peptide and alpha hydroxyl acid also have great effects.
Hyaluronic acid is found in many products. It is also used in many skin treatment procedures by dermatologists. Hyaluronic acid is also injected in the body in many procedures as it has the capability to promote the growth of collagen and thus helps in removing wrinkles. In the same way Vitamin C is a popular ingredient in anti-ageing products as it helps with pigmentation. One must look for dermatological tested products that have the right composition.
There are a host of other factors that play an important role over your skin. So one should be very careful before choosing a product. For an instance, skin type varies from person to person. It can be dry, oily, normal or a combination skin so a particular product cannot be effective for all skin types. Hormonal balance is another major cause. The choices of the cream should also vary depending upon whether the menopausal stage of life is reached. Endocrine problems facing people cannot go for all creams.
One should not be tempted by the brand name or pricing. Many product campaigns feature western models. It should be noted that their skin texture depends on the place you live in as well. For example, Indians will have a different skin texture than Australians so same products won’t work on both kinds.
Wrong usage or prolonged usage of anti-ageing products can entirely change your tissue texture. If the product doesn’t suit you then it might prove to be carcinogenic as well. Over usage can cause dryness, acne, rashes and heavy pigmentation. Skin can turn thin thereby exposing the blood vessels. Some creams can also be photosensitive which means that they can react if exposed to sun. Always let an expert decide the right cream for you and remember that your needs can be different from other people.
It is highly advised to not to take skin care in your own hands especially when you are trying to defy the law of nature. Skin ageing is a biological process and you can only delay the process if you follow the right steps. There is no way you can avoid ageing in the long run. Always consult the best practitioners to recommend you well about your skin needs and be highly cautious before trying anything new on your skin.