When you are working on preventing or even treating the beginning signs of aging, the skin care products you use and the way that you take care of your skin is just as important as getting regular anti-aging skin care treatments. Using high-quality products with a higher percentage of key active ingredients that are designed to penetrate into the skin barrier is key.
Your skin care regimen doesn’t have to be complicated in fact it’s pretty simple. Making sure you have and consistently use these 5 essential skin-care products is a surefire way to address, and prevent any of your aging concerns.
Good Skin Exfoliator
Exfoliation is a much-needed process in any and every skincare routine. Having weekly exfoliation session at home will increase cellular turnover which promotes smooth healthy skin that is bright, clear and helps to flush out pore-clogging dirt and debris that can lead to breakouts and cause the skin to look dull. Exfoliation is also wonderful at assisting in better penetration of active ingredients from other skin care products such as serums and masques.
Preventative & Corrective Masques
Masques are terrific products when used weekly. They work to infuse anti-aging ingredients into the skin barrier to nourish, hydrate and prevent key aging signs.
Targeted Treatment Serum
When you are looking to treat and address specific anti-aging issues your best bet is to invest in a quality serum. Serums are full of active ingredients that have a small molecular structure to ensure the key ingredients are able to penetrate the skin barrier.
One of the most important skin care products that you can include within your skin care regimen. Often this is the most overlooked product. Daily use of SPF will help prevent overexposure to the sun’s rays. Sun damage accounts for a majority of aging-related issues such as fine lines, wrinkles, loose sagging skin, sun spots and skin texture issues. Not to mention the fact that regular SPF application and avoiding tanning beds can help decrease your risk of developing skin cancer.
Dark circles, puffiness and those fine crepey lines that form around the delicate eye area are frustrating to deal with especially when applying makeup. This is when a good eye product can come in handy. An eye cream or eye serum can address many of the issues listed above and improve the hydration and appearance of the undereye area.
This remarkable 2 in 1 product hydrates and plumps the skin while removing dead skin cells from the surface of the skin. Key ingredients are hyaluronic acid and papaya and pineapple fruit enzymes.
One of my favorites because it literally smells like a tropical dream and you have to remind yourself to not eat it.
It contains antioxidants that protect skin from free radical damage and pentapeptides that encourage collagen formation.
Nourishing oils moisturize and hydrate. This is the perfect masque for those that are struggling with dry/dehydrated skin.
I have used this serum in the past to decrease the appearance of my post breakout dark spots and it helped to fade away those stubborn spots.
Natural and botanical skin lighteners reduce dark spots and sun damage.
Willow Bark Extract brightens skin giving it a healthy glow.
The Image Prevention family of moisturizers not only hydrate the skin but also protect from harmful UV rays.
A broad spectrum sunscreen and moisturizing product comes in a variety of formulations for every type of skin from dry, oily, and combination there is also a tinted formula for those that want a tiny bit of coverage.
This serum based product addresses the key signs of aging that become present in the undereye area.
Dark circles, puffiness, and fine lines and wrinkles.
Is suitable for all skin types
Good skin care doesn’t have to be rocket science or hard work. Finding the right high-quality products that work for your skin and work for your budget is where you should place your importance. Working with a skin professional is a great way to learn more about your skin, what treatments will work best for you, what products and skin care regimen you should follow. Don’t skimp on your skin health make sure you’re practicing a well-rounded wellness regimen. Remember prevention is key!