Do Your Due Diligence On Your Anti-Aging Skin Products

Everyone wants to slow down the aging process! How you go about it should be safe and create results. We all know prevention is key when it comes to keeping our skin as youthful as possible.

Knowing the ingredients in products you are using is the first step to safety. Review the ingredients list on all cosmetic products, each ingredient can be reviewed in the Skin Deep® Cosmetics Database https://www.ewg.org/skindeep/

Every product has chemicals there is nothing that is 100% natural, simple definition of the word proves that. A chemical substance may well be defined as “any material with a definite chemical composition” in an introductory general chemistry textbook. According to this definition, a chemical substance can either be a pure chemical element or a pure chemical compound. But, there are exceptions to this definition; a pure substance can also be defined as a form of matter that has both definite composition and distinct properties. So, in marketing that can describe anything to be a chemical or natural, be careful of marketing “Do Your Due Diligence”.

Test your product on your inner elbow for 24 hours to make sure that you are not allergic to one of the ingredients, many products can have impurities or pathogens that may cause an allergic or adverse response, best to find out on your inner elbow than on your face.

Use your product correctly, nothing happens overnight or in a few days, if it does that’s not good for you in the long term and is probably increasing the aging of the skin cells over time. That’s not anti-aging that’s instant gratification which causes aging.

Things to consider in your anti-aging regime:
If You DON’T Understand It, DON’T Buy It.
Drink lots of water and monitor nutritional uptake.
Stay away from processed foods.
Get enough sleep, this is the time the body repairs.
Limit intense sun exposure and wear a hat.
Use a good skin cleanser.
Understand the benefits of Copper in anti-aging creams.
Ensure skin hydration is constantly occurring.
Whatever you do to your face do to your neck.
Gently exfoliate twice a week.
Gently massage your skin regularly.
It is not just about the face.

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