View Full Version : Wrinkles and Prevention

04-29-2010, 03:14 AM
A lot of products out on the market today are targeting the timeless problem that dates back to ancient times, and that is anti-aging. American society has dedicated countless man hours and money to the field of dermatology and cosmetic surgery in attempting to aid the wants and desires of the masses. However, the best solution to wrinkles and skin aging is to prevent it and treat it at an early age. If this is not the case for you then another solution is to find ingredients and solutions that work, and not the “next big thing”. One fact about biological aging is that we can slow the process by healthy diets, hydration, and healthy habits. Healthy diets include eating a lot of organic vegetables and fruits because these provide antioxidants in the body and help reverse tissue damage in the skin. Water depletion is another factor to wrinkles and this happens with dehydration which can also cause skin puckering, so it is definitely wise to take in ample amounts of water throughout the day; preferably filtered or spring water. In regards to healthy habits it is evident that habits such as smoking, unprotected and elongated sun exposure can be pretty detrimental to not only your skin but your overall body chemistry. In other words, quit smoking cigarettes and avoid long sun exposure. If you are going to be out in the sun then be sure to use suntan lotion, glasses or even a hat if necessary. Another bad habit is the effects of hot scalding water on the skin; in prolonged hot showers or baths, because this in combination with any harsh soaps will further escalate an existing wrinkle problem. So these are the steps anyone could take to prevent wrinkles or significantly reverse them.

What about products or creams that can help the skin?

Well wrinkle creams are a great solution, and especially if they have all natural ingredients, but they still have their limitations when it comes to wrinkle reduction capabilities. To make the matter worse, a lot of creams are competing with each other to be the “next big thing” in order to increase sales, but this doesn’t mean there are real results. Wrinkle creams will soften wrinkles and some will reduce them, but significant wrinkle reduction in a cream is becoming more uncommon as more products launch with false promises. This is why you should do research, because to truly get the most out of skin products you need to have all the facts about the ingredients in them.

Common ingredients in mostly all wrinkle creams and products are:

Retinol- It’s an antioxidant and vitamin A complex; products such as Retin-A are the best in this category.

Coenzyme Q10- nutrients that normalize energy growth in the cell production of your skin.

Hydroxyl Acids- Many products carry these, especially facial and peel products, and these are the acids that have an exofiliating power to remove top skin layers; or dead skin cells, in order for new ones to develop.

Copper Peptides- I believe this to be one of the most powerful anti-aging ingredients, and you can see that most products that contain them are typically more expensive. They are able to improve your skin’s natural wound healing capabilities and naturally increase the collagen production in the skin, something that collagen injections can not do.

Wrinkle creams do not work over night either; it is a long process that takes patience and dedication. For the most part, many dermatologists recognize these common ingredients as extremely helpful agents for improving skin texture and reducing wrinkles. In locating the right wrinkle cream always try to either do research or find organic skin care; for example, oils like camelia oil are 100% natural, or ask your dermatologist on the most effective concentrations of the above ingredients that correspond to your condition.

05-04-2010, 05:42 AM
It is nice to know all that but I thought that wrinkle prevention is just for time being and it was not for longer period of time.

05-04-2010, 01:39 PM
yes irahat, if you stop using creams and anti aging stuff altogether, your wrinkles will return. unless you have plastic surgery and then that doesn't last very long.

05-04-2010, 03:05 PM
sad but true :(

05-07-2010, 01:43 AM
This is true. SPF by day and retinol by night and you're good to go.

05-10-2010, 07:52 AM
A simple facial exercise also helps to get rid of wrinkles.

06-16-2010, 04:47 PM
i know a good cream just e-mail me at [email] and i will tell you. By using these revolutionary cream you will see noticeable results in 28 days! This cream targets wrinkles and age spots. It boosts collagen and elastin production.

09-16-2010, 03:37 PM
Though anti-aging treatments seem to be temporary fixes, there are other things you can do to prevent wrinkles. Dermatologists agree that most wrinkles are caused by smoking and sun exposure. Heavy smokers, compared to non-smokers, are five times more likely to have wrinkles than those who don't smoke. If you combine both smoking and sun exposure, the toll it takes on your skin is worse than either one alone. If you avoid smoking, your skin will appear much younger and healthier than smokers and sun-bathers who are ten years younger than you--astounding! I work with Eucerin, and if you're looking for more information on wrinkles and other skin issues, check our the Eucerin US Facebook page!

09-17-2010, 02:15 AM
Smoking is definately not healthy. You should also wear a full spectrum sunscreen daily.

Everyone ages and the aging process does come with wrinkles. They can be slowed down by using anti aging creams though. A good facial routine is paramount if you want to have beautiful skin well into your senior years.

09-20-2010, 10:36 AM
Try Lass Anti Wrinkle Cream helps delay the onset of sagging skin & significantly firms up the skin to unveil your natural graceful contours.

09-20-2010, 02:09 PM
get rid of all the stress in your life. live simply. don't have to go to work but want to go to work. change the way you think. always think positive. believe in yourself. help other people. of course this is totally impossible to do. we all have stress, i live simply because i don't have enough money to do anything. i do think positive and i do believe in myself and i do help other people when i can. so just do what you can do and lighten your stress those lines on those beautiful faces of yours won't be so deep.

09-25-2010, 06:17 AM
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09-28-2010, 07:38 PM
Smoking is definately not healthy. You should also wear a full spectrum sunscreen daily.

Everyone ages and the aging process does come with wrinkles. They can be slowed down by using anti aging creams though. A good facial routine is paramount if you want to have beautiful skin well into your senior years.

have any of you used Eucerin to help with protecting your skin from wrinkles?

09-29-2010, 01:10 AM
have any of you used Eucerin to help with protecting your skin from wrinkles?

Do you work for the company?

09-29-2010, 01:33 PM
Yes--I mentioned in a previous post that I do.

09-30-2010, 07:27 AM
Vitamins are very much beneficial and necessary for healthy skin.Vitamin A is useful for those have dry or rough skin.vitamin A helps with fine lines and wrinkles.Retinoids are very much effective to improve the condition of skin.

09-30-2010, 12:11 PM
1. Exercise. Exercise regularly to keep fit. According to experts exercise can slow the aging process. For most people, 20 t0 30 minutes of moderate daily exercise can do wonders to their overall health & wellbeing.

2. Drink plenty of water. Remember, water is the fountain of youth as it hydrates the skin, flushes out toxins & keeps the internal systems working properly.

3. Eat Healthy. Avoid saturated fats as it can damage your immune system, cause premature aging, clog the arteries & interfere with metabolism. Animal meat, dairy products, white sugar, & refined flours are unhealthy saturated fats which can increase the risk of stroke, heart attack & arteriosclerosis. Eat plenty of fruits & vegetables with bright colors of green, orange, red, & yellow as they have high quantity of anti-oxidant nutrients such as vitamins C & E & carotenoids. Anti-oxidants that fight the aging effects of free radicals that can cause damage to cells are also found in broccoli, carrots, tomatoes, cantaloupe, & citrus fruits. Include them in your daily diet.

01-09-2013, 10:21 AM
Always apply sunscreen, even if going outdoors for short periods of time. Research has shown that applying a cream containing a UVA and UVB protective sunscreen every day helps prevent sun-related skin damage.

Avoid drinking alcohol within 3 hours of bedtime. Alcohol increases the risk for leaks in the capillaries, which allows more water in and causes sagging and puffiness. Capillary leakage increases when you lie down.

01-17-2013, 02:06 PM
Hey, i suggest HYDRA EVOLUTION COLLAGEN BOOSTER SERUM is a concentrated anti-wrinkle treatment that enhances your skin’s natural production of collagen to offer a luminous and vibrant look for your skin. Natural Protein and Peptide Constituents of Collagen Hydrolysate protect the skin and help enhance its condition, while Shea Butter, with its renowned cell regenerative properties, helps effectively delay skin ageing, as well as softening, moisturizing and restructuring the skin.:D