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Many companies offer an anti-aging supplement, but it’s hard to decipher the good in the product if you don’t know anything about skin care or the process of aging. This brief article will outline some of the claims the top products make (without naming names) and will attempt to apply reasonable scientific proof to these claims to see if they hold much water.
A good anti-aging supplement generally offers no “over-the-top” promises, according to most dermatologists. Instead, the supplement should offer balance and skin support that helps keep the tone healthy, the shine natural, and the texture smooth and balanced. Taking away the “signs of aging” is little more than the job of a good cosmetic, but actually encouraging good and natural skin care if a far more important task.
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Most of any kind of anti-aging supplement contains vitamin C and E products as well as a basic bonding agent and alpha lipoic acid. Generally, good vitamins are integral to great looking skin so having those elements in the supplement is never a bad idea. Vitamin E repairs the skin and creates smoothness while vitamin C aids in building the strength of the skin and is also essential for building collagen. These natural ingredients are very helpful in terms of long-term skin care and health.
Other anti-aging supplements include some other strange materials such as horsetail, ragweed, and other odd concoctions that are supposed to help the skin. Be aware of these products as they are often merely empty promises. Also, be aware of chemicals that are added to your skin care products. Sometimes, these chemicals can do more harm to your skin than good, especially if you have not researched your skin type and combined that knowledge with what your skin care product can do.
Now, the important items are always the natural ingredients and the vitamins. Vitamin K is another essential vitamin in skin care because it aids on the fading of spider veins, age spots, lines, blotchy-looking skin, and also discoloration of the face. Biotin is an important element in a lot of skin care products because it is vital to the normal process of metabolics in the skin. Once again, your dermatologist or medical professional can provide you with all kinds of information in terms of what products contain what vitamins and would do your skin the most good.
Finally, any anti-aging supplement that promises the moon through some sort of mystery ingredient is almost always worth very little if not nothing at all. There is no way for certain to stop all of the signs of aging and reverse a very natural and healthy process. Embrace your age, take care of your skin, eat right, and most of all enjoy your life. That is the best advice anyone can give in terms of aging.