The basics of anti-aging skincare: what you should know about fine lines

Wrinkles mostly appear in the late thirties. If these aging signs start appearing in the late 20s or early 30s, it is called premature aging.

There are numerous reasons for premature aging-from poor health habits to external factors like pollution or a stressful job. But you do have control over some factors that will keep untimely lines at bay. 

What Causes Wrinkles on the Face?

As we grow old, our skin becomes thinner, weaker, and drier due to the loss of hydration and collagen in it. It makes the skin less elastic, causing signs of aging like fine lines, wrinkles to develop. It can be said that wrinkles and fine lines are nothing but a part of our natural aging process.

Wrinkles: everything you should know to combat it

However, there are many other factors that accelerate it, resulting in more permanent changes under the surface of the skin at a younger age. Some of the most common causes that increase the chances of developing facial wrinkles earlier are:


Different Types of Facial Wrinkles

Wrinkles: everything you should know to combat it

Facial wrinkles can be of several types based on the location they are formed. While some of them can make us look like we are always in deep thought, others may not be very prominent. Following are the common creases that could crop up on your facial skin over time:

What are Anti-Aging Products?

Wrinkles: everything you should know to combat it

Hundreds of products are commercially available in the market that promise to take the signs of aging away from our skin. They are available in the forms of creams, gels, packs, masks, serums, etc. and are called ‘anti-aging products’. These specific formulations not only help in delaying premature aging by keeping the signs at bay but also treat mature skin efficiently to give it a revitalized look. 


Why Use At-Home Face Masks for Wrinkles?

Wrinkles: everything you should know to combat it

It is always good to fight premature aging of the skin with homemade masks that contain natural and can be easily be purchased at your local market. These are generally safe to use on your skin unless you are allergic and you should always patch test any ingredient or product before using it all over your face.

Having said that, natural ingredients provide many anti-aging and nourishing components. Besides, they improve the texture of the skin and add a beautiful glow to it. Last but not the least; these home remedies are very easy to prepare at home and tend to be more affordable.

Last but not least, face massage has been proven to be very effective. It maintains skin tone and relaxes facial muscles, meaning that expression lines can be easily targeted and prevented. 

These are the most effective anti-aging ingredients

Hyaluronic acid

Hyaluronic Acid is a naturally occurring complex sugar that is present in our connective tissues and acts as a cushioning agent. Serums and lotions that are rich in Hyaluronic Acid help in drawing water from the inner layers of the skin and from the atmosphere into the epidermis. When this happens, HA molecules swell up, instantly plumping your skin and making it look hydrated and toned. It evens promotes collagen production!

Hyaluronic acid, one of the most effective anti-aging ingredient


Retinol is derived from vitamin A, and while it might be a bit strong for more sensitive skins, it remains a staple because is one of the most powerful anti-aging ingredients around.

Products that contain retinol as its main ingredient might take some time before showing results, but they do work in the long term. Retinol is also good for unclogging pores, reducing dark spots, and reducing wrinkles in the face and neck.

Alpha Hydroxy Acids (AHAs)

AHAs help in improving the production of collagen in the skin and in also giving you an even skin tone. They help remove the dullness and also minimize the appearance of pores in the skin. Products with AHAs are your go-to option if you want noticeable more luminous skin.

Vitamin C

Vitamin C, in the form of L-ascorbic acid, helps in increasing collagen production, one of the major boosters of youthfulness in the skin. It also fights free radicals which are the root cause of aging in the first place!

Vitamin E

Vitamin E helps in preventing oxidative damage of the skin and in protecting the skin membrane and the collagen present in ut. Its efficiency is increased in the presence of Vitamin C, so make sure you combine them both to make the most out of it!

Before you go, take a minute to check out our best antiaging tips.

Source: Beauty Glimpse

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Cathy Mason

Cathy has spent most of her professional life discovering homemade beauty remedies, old and new. Using her extensive knowledge of natural ingredients, Cathy will provide expert advice on how to tackle everyday skincare problems with straightforward natural lotions and potions. + info

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