Topical Treatmeants
Resveratrol

Learn about how resveratrol can help improve the appearance of wrinkles.

 
Niacinamide

Niacinamide, or Vitamin B-3, is an incredibly powerful skin protectant, rejuvenator, and tonal equalizer. Learn how niacinamide can help improve the appearance of wrinkles.

 
Hyaluronic Acid

Learn about how Hyaluronic Acid can help improve the appearance of wrinkles.

 
Vitamin E

If you want to take your skincare regimen up to the next level, then it’s important to know all about the powerful effects of vitamin E.

 
Vitamin C

If you’ve been in the market for an effective anti-wrinkle treatment for some time now, then you may have noticed more than a few vitamin C products devoted specifically towards those stubborn wrinkles and fine lines that have formed around your eyes and lips. From soothing creams to supplements, it seems as though vitamin C is the latest product on the market to help you recapture that youthful glow that you’ve been longing for.

 
Tea Extracts (green and black)

Since tea is packed with powerful antioxidants, vitamins, and minerals, it makes sense that manufacturers of skincare products have been using tea as a main ingredient. And when it comes to fight off those expression lines and deep-set wrinkles, tea extracts can really help you to recapture that youthful glow that will be the envy of your friends and coworkers.

 
Copper Peptides

The scientific community is now beginning to look at the process of aging in terms of the skin's own attempt at "healing wounds." Wrinkles and the process of aging are related to faulty collagen deposition and improper skin cell layering. As we age and lose our ability to naturally regenerate skin cells, we begin to heal "skin wounds" in a non-optimal way which then forms wrinkles. Scientists and skin care researchers are beginning to look towards copper peptides as a powerful wound-healing agent that may dramatically improve our skin's ability to recover.

 
Coenzyme Q10 (Co Q10)

Coenzyme Q10 (Co Q10) is a relative newcomer in the realm of skin care products and research. Many studies confirm that this antioxidant coenzyme has powerful abilities to fuel the energy process in cells. Coenzyme Q10 helps converts the vitamins and nutrients we eat into food into usable "cell food."

 
Hydroxy Acids (alpha & beta)

More and more research is showing a clear link between wrinkles, photo-aging and the use of hydroxy acids as a method to reverse or prevent the effects of sun-based aging. The following article will define alpha and beta hydroxy acids, explaining how they work, as well as their effectiveness in treating wrinkles. It will also provide a helpful look into using these acids safely, as well as some of the side effects of their use.

 
Retinol

Because of the intensely potent healing properties of Vitamin A, scientists in the skin-care industry have developed products designed to stimulate skin-cells through the use of Retinol, a pure and active derivative of Vitamin A. The following article will define retinol, explaining how it works, as well as its effectiveness in treating wrinkles, as well as other skin issue. It will also provide a helpful look into using this vitamin derivative safely, as well as some of the side effects of its use.

 


 
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