When do you need a more intense anti-aging skin care treatment? If you have deeper skin issues like discoloration, dry patches, fine lines, or light scars.
If this sounds like you, then consider using a combining of both mechanical and chemical exfoliation.
This 2 step process usually includes some type of gritty scrubbing cleanser which immediately followed by a concentrated glycolic or lactic acid serum ..........
This takes your anti-aging treatment to the next level.
This is intense, so if you have very sensitive skin, this may not be best for you.
For a deeper mechanical exfoliation consider microdermabrasion.
An at-home microdermabrasion treatment can be pretty effective. Don't discount the potential of these hand held machines just because they're small. While the results won't be the same as a professional treatment, some home microdermabrasion machines are powerful enough to see smoothing results after the first treatment.
Ahhh……………... This is our last and favorite step.
Now that your face is clean and polished - it’s time to hydrate, feed, and protect it.
A collagen or vitamin rich mask or a leave-on serum can make a difference to your complexion – but it will definitely have a bigger impact if you exfoliate first.
If you're looking for a simple and cheap homemade anti-aging skin care treatment - then try this honey mask.
Honey is a natural humectant (which means it draws in water) and can really help hydrate a dry, parched complexion.
Just massage a small amount of honey all over your face and neck. Be sure to have a towel ready as it does drip once it'w warmed up.
It’s a little messy to work with, but so worth it when you realize how nice your face looks and feels after using this mask……..especially if you have dry skin.
Honey and Oil
Add oils for more very dry skin. You can also mix the honey a small amount of olive oil, jojoba oil or vitamin E oil.
How about something more powerful?
If you’re looking for an anti-aging skin care treatment masks or serums that are hydrating yet rich in antioxidants - to better fight off those free radicals – consider using organic vitamins and/or herbs.
Vitamin C serums and masks are very popular because they're an excellent post treatment and very effective for skin aging.
The problem is finding one that's potent or fresh because vitamin C oxidizes quickly.
Now there are a few good companies that offer pure vitamin C serums – however, how do you know how fresh it is?
Many skincare companies pre-mixed and mass produce their products and have them stocked in sitting in a warehouse somewhere.
Remember, once vitamin C is exposed to liquid or air - it oxidizes quickly – which means it become useless.
Many views told us they love products the Juice Beauty Antioxidant Serum. It’s proven to fight free radical damage by 87% and is loaded with antioxidants, organic juices, fatty acids and peptides.
Paula's Choice is another good one to try. She has some really nice antioxidant rich serums.
There is nothing like a relaxing face massage to stimulate blood flow, oxygen and facial muscles.
Done on a regular basis, face exercise proponents and estheticians agree it can help improve skin tone.
A good time to do the facial massage is after you have cleaned and exfoliated and while you’re applying your serum or mask.
Try these anti-aging skin care treatment sample exercises.....
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