The ABCS of Anti-Aging and Skincare

THE ABCS OF

Anti-Aging in Skincare

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As we age fine lines and wrinkles begin to appear and skin becomes drier and mottled with age spots. Even the bones in our face gradually shrink so the skin is not supported as well. As a result, our skin sags. While we can’t do anything about this loss of volume (other than well placed fillers), we can certainly improve the tone and texture of our skin with a solid skincare routine, intelligent ingredients, and a healthy lifestyle. However, the very first step can be getting back to basics. In other words, we’ve got the scoop on the best vitamins for anti-aging skincare that are as easy to include in your current life as A-B-C.

The absolute best routine for combating the signs of ageing through topical skin care is, in our opinion, the “ABC Basics” of anti-aging skincare and targeted products to address signs of aging.

 

THE BEST VITAMINS FOR ANTI-AGING SKINCARE
VITAMIN A

This important vitamin regulates skin process, works on collagen production, strengthens blood vessels and increases cell turnover which becomes sluggish as we age. Vitamin A derivatives like Retinaldehyde promote cell turnover in the skin, which make you look younger naturally. So don’t skip the Vitamin A!

VITAMIN B

This is the vitamin that goes to work on the pigmentation levels and increases immunity of the skin, which decreases with age. Vitamin B also increases our ceramide levels so our skin looks more dewy and hydrated, and increases the structural integrity of your skins surface, so you don’t have flaky, dry patches.

 

VITAMIN C

This vitamin is important for the skin repair and renewal that helps to minimize scarring and rebuild collagen. It is a potent antioxidant, protecting skin during the day from UV light and environmental toxins.

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