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It is that time of year again, the time to slather on the baby oil, get extremely burned, and regret it later. For those of us who ignored the damage of the sun for years, or those who are trying to avoid it, skincare products are more important than ever.
What products are available and how do you know what works? A valid question considering we are on the brink of summer and need that dry skin gone, wrinkles reduced, and of course, protection from the sun. Everyone wants to look good in the summer, and no one wants to look like leather by the end of it.
This year, a variety of products are available, and just in time for those summer months. In particular, antioxidant skin care products seem to be beneficial. Antioxidants are known to fight cancer, but they are also known to even skin tone, and give a more youthful appearance, in other words, anti-aging. A term we hear quite often when referring to skincare products. Between the serums, lotions, creams, night creams, gels, what exactly is in this stuff anyway?
According to Allure Magazine, several great antioxidant products are out there and just dying for us to try them, before we die, from sun damage and horrible wrinkles! Elizabeth Arden has introduced a serum called, Prevage Anti-Aging Daily Serum that focuses on sun damage of the face, and keeping the skin cells revitalized and energized. Neutrogena Ageless Intensives Anti-Wrinkle Deep Wrinkle Serum has a similar benefit, but uses the very popular retinol to focus on wrinkle reducing. Both great concepts, but is there anything out there other than serums?
Revaleskin Night Cream, is made from CoffeeBerry, key in fighting skin cancer caused by damaged DNA. A product ideal for those of us who used that baby oil mentioned earlier, we all know who we are…the sun damaged folk. Another interesting product, something most of us probably don’t consider when thinking about skincare products, is a gel. Skinceuticals Phloretin CF Gel is contains anti-inflammatory agents for those with skin issues such as acne, or even those with reactions to serums. These are all great alternatives for sensitive skin.
It is that time of year again, the time to slather on the baby oil, get extremely burnt, and regret it later. For those of us who ignored the damage of the sun for years, or those who are trying to avoid it, skin care products are more important than ever.