Especially since all are promising wonders …The anti-aging treatments do not have the power to reverse the effects of aging on the skin.
They can, however, delay the onset of wrinkles and mitigate them. Only three compounds have demonstrated their effectiveness:
This powerful enough acid in the form of retinol wrinkle creams.
But this asset has not only advantages.
It is also phototoxic, that is to say that it accentuates sunburn.
It is also irritating and makes the skin peel. Care should be taken to avoid the eye contour.
Start by using creams with vitamin A low concentration not to attack your skin, even increasing the dose of vitamin A later if the product is well tolerated.
AHAs (Alpha Hydroxy Acids)
These acid derivatives act by light peeling fruit.
They eliminate a portion of the stratum corneum to stimulate cell renewal.
They are effective for shallow wrinkles.
Treatment is softer but less effective than vitamin A.
Antioxidants reduce the harmful effects of the sun.
Their effectiveness is more random than the first two molecules and more difficult to demonstrate scientifically.
A wrinkle cream depending on the type of skin
Dry skin is prone to wrinkles.
They need more care to prevent premature aging.
They also require more fat wrinkle treatments, ie more moisturizers.
Antioxidants are recommended for thin skin.
AHAs are best suited to thick skins or damaged by the sun.
Vitamin A are recommended from 35 or early skin wrinkled.