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Most women begin shopping for an anti-aging face cream sometime during their early 40s.
Why? Because this is when previous years of neglect, damage and signs of aging suddenly appear.................seemingly overnight!
So what do you look for in an anti-aging cream? Obviously, you want a cream that will prevent further damage, but also reverse some as well.
I found it helpful to invest in two creams:
Repair with Peptides– I want to look better right away......Don't you?
So I want to use anti-aging day cream that feeds and protects, but can also plump up the skin too so it looks better.
So what kind of face cream should you look for? One that's rich in peptides.
Look for an anti-aging face cream that contains a high amount of peptides. But how do you know if it contains a high amount?
Check the ingredient listing. The higher on the list, the more it contains.
Reverse and Restore with Retinols.......The perfect time to do this at night while you're sleeping.
Your skin naturally restores and regenerates itself while you're sleeping ........
So help it along with a nighttime face cream that's rich in retinols.
Retinols are another dermatologist's favorite anti-aging ingredient to help increase collagen production, exfoliate damaged cells, reduce brown spots and reduce fine lines and wrinkles.
If you can't find an anti-aging face cream with different levels of retinol, consider Green Cream Retinols.
This company makes several different levels of retinol face creams ranging from the mildest potency (called Level 3- which contains 0.03% retinol)........
To their strongest Level 9 (which contains 0.09%).
A simple solution to reduce irritation is to start with level 3 retinol face cream and slowly work your way up to the next stronger cream - level 6 - until you reach level 9.
Got dry or sensitive skin?
Over time, retinols can help increase moisture over time because they exfoliate pore clogging dead cells and allow your natural skin oils to naturally hydrate your complexion.
However, those with sensitive/dry skin might find Retinols a bit drying at first.
That's why it's important to start out with a mild retinol or apply a moisture intensive cream after. You can try a retinol boosting serum that's applied under your favorite moisturizer.
Regardless of which anti-aging face cream you choose, just make sure it's powerful enough to stimulate cell turnover and collagen production (like with retinols) and help maintain skin bounce (with skin plumping peptides).
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