5 Things to Look for When Finding New Products

For most women, part of the morning and evening routines involve a skincare regimen of applying creams, moisturizers, tonics, lotions, and the like. Why do women put themselves through this? They do it primarily to combat the signs of aging, and to maintain youthful looks and beautiful skin! It is a safe bet, however, that most women haven't put much thought into what is in the products that they are using.


So, what can women do? How can they combat environmental pollutants, the effect of solar radiation, and the drying effects of air? How can they be sure they are using the very best products on their skin so they can be healthy inside and out? Here are 5 tips to assist in this process:

  1. Read the label! Just because it says “vegan” does not mean it is. This is a tactic many companies use to attract people to their products.

  2. Look for products that contain Dermal Surface Renewal Technology. DSR smooths away existing signs of aging such as laugh lines, crow’s feet, and dullness.

  3. Use products that have regenisomes. Regenisomes penetrate the skin to speed cell renewal after sun exposure. They also use the light of protostomes to undo sun damage and have ultrasonic to renew skin while sleeping.

  4. Find products with Proteo-C and Proflavanol-T. These two vitamins contain powerful antioxidants that protect the skin from premature aging caused by the sun, pollution, and other environmental factors. They also provide advanced nutrition to the skin to keep it appearing smooth and firm.

  5. If possible, use products that are paraben-free. Parabens are synthetic chemical preservatives that are widely used in personal care products such as shampoos, conditioners, hair styling products, make-up, facial masks, skin lotions and creams, and deodorants. They also are typically ingredients in baby lotions, shampoos, and other personal care products for infants and children. In addition, parabens are in many foods and pharmaceutical products. Researchers are beginning to find parabens in benign and malignant human breast tumours. While some studies have challenged their toxicity in many products and question their long-term effect on humans, using products that are paraben-free can eliminate the risk of exposure to this harmful chemical.

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