For those who have been suffering through bad skin, it can seem like the problem will never go away. You try one thing after another, and all that happens is you seem to get more wrinkles and breakouts.
Luckily, we have the best in the business when it comes to the top beauty products, and here are just a few that you should try:
Anti-ageng serums are light and fast-absorbing, and can either be used instead, or in addition to lotions and creams. The biggest difference between them, is that serums leave out airtight or occlusive ingredients like mineral oil and petroleum that stop water from evaporating.
They also have fewer thickening and lubricating agents, and are usually water-based and oil free. For this reason they can be used for oily skin since most of the fluid has been eliminated and there is a high concentration of active ingredients left. These include skin brighteners, peptides and antioxidants, and timeless anti-aging serums are amongst the best available, are all-natural, and made from organic materials.
If you’ve been noticing sun spots, wrinkles and more, it’s time to upgrade to a sunscreen to wear everyday. One of the best is the Olay Regenerist Micro-Sculpting Cream in SPF 30, which hydrates skin, works on reducing the appearance of your wrinkles, and of course gives you great coverage with the broad spectrum SPF.
The best way to get great skin is to prevent wrinkles and sun spots in the first place, which is why you should aim to stay out of direct sunlight as much as possible and always wear sunscreen when you’re outside (even if it’s cloudy).
Ferulic Acid Serum
These include vitamin C, L-absorbic acid, ferulic acid and vitamin E. The product is non-greasy, cruelty and paraben free, and also dries quickly and clearly. Simply pop 2 or 3 drops onto your fingertips before smoothly dabbing it onto your skin after cleansing in the morning and night, and be sure to use sunscreen.
You can’t go wrong with retinols, and they’re one of the best ways to turn back the clock. Retinols, Retinoc Acid, Retin-A and Retidoids are all derivatives of vitamin A. Many serums will include retinols in their list of active ingredients, and you can also pick up Retin-A with a prescription from your doctor or dermatologist.
Basically, retinoids are all about exfoliation, and if you use too much at once and don’t get your skin used to the product, you may notice redness and flakiness which often causes people to quit. However by using it gradually and over 12 weeks, you’ll see gradual but noticeable changes in your skin- both with wrinkles and acne.