After the age of 30-35, the skin's fat layer decreases and therefore often becomes more lax and thin. As elasticity deteriorates, you can start to see fine lines and wrinkles. Therefore, anti-aging creams such as anti-aging serum, day cream, night cream and eye cream can help take care of mature skin.
You can easily use face cream with an anti-aging effect even if you have delicate skin, sensitive skin, dry skin or impure skin. Effective wrinkle creams tighten and contain plenty of antioxidants as well as Vitamin A and Vitamin C. The skin's natural formation of collagen also decreases as we get older and therefore elasticity is significantly reduced and many begin to see wrinkles and get dry nails.
Reactive Oxygen Species, or Free Radicals, are molecules that are formed by harmful UV rays and pollutants. A reaction is created between the skin cells and the free radicals, which makes the skin cells unstable and reduces the skin's ability to regenerate.
Vitamins A, C and E are a formidable combination that contributes to the natural formation of collagen and protects the skin. Good wrinkle cream should therefore contain these vitamins, as well as several other active and nourishing ingredients that help the skin form collagen and slow down the aging of your skin.
To achieve the best effect, you should use your anti-aging cream on cleansed skin and preferably followed by an anti-aging serum. Anti-aging cream helps the skin in several areas by reducing wrinkles and fine lines, but it also boosts the skin with moisture and nourishing active ingredients.
The best anti-aging creams can be used on a daily basis.