5 Ingredients to Look For in a Good Anti-Aging Cream
Laughing with friends, Crying at a sad movie, Picnics in the sun.
All the things that make life worth living, add up over time. Years well lived and enjoyed show up as fine lines, crow’s feet, and sun damage.
As much as it’s lovely to remember old times, you would love to have smoother skin in those tell-tale areas.
Flawlessly even skin tone.
An all-round brighter complexion.
You might be getting older, but why does anybody else have to know?
Let your intelligence and wisdom show your age, not your face.
The secret to warding off those all too common signs we’re getting older isn’t actually a secret. It’s as simple as a good quality anti-ageing cream. When you find that perfect cream for your skin it feels like magic.
Except, it’s not magic, It’s science.
The right combination and balance of ingredients can be a truly incredible elixir of youth.
So, what is that perfect combination?
With a zillion products and treatment options out there, it’s very easy to get confused.
To take the overwhelm out of the anti-ageing battle, I’d like to share the top 5 ingredients I recommend looking for in an anti-ageing product based on extensive science and research.
You’re familiar with the changes you’ve seen in your skin over time.
Wrinkles and fine lines
Uneven skin tone
Whatever your main concern, these 5 ingredients will help you show your best face to the world.
1. Hyaluronic acid for deep hydration.
Hyaluronic acid helps to encourage skin cell renewal, leaving skin looking refreshed and revitalised. Its antioxidant properties assist in protecting your skin from sun exposure, harsh chemicals and those nasties commonly found in the environment around us.
It has incredible water retention properties that mean it’s a powerful weapon in the battle against ageing skin.
Dry, oily, sensitive or blemish-prone? No matter what your skin type, this ingredient will help refresh, hydrate and smooth. With its lightweight formula, it will gently calm your skin.
Hyaluronic acid occurs naturally in our skin, so it’s 100% safe to apply. As we get older our natural production of this wonder ingredient slows. Applying it via a moisturiser is effectively helping your skin do what it was born to do, and we could all do with a little help now and then.
2. Alpha Hydroxy Acid or AHA to exfoliate and restore damage.
As we age, our skin’s ability to retain water decreases.
When our skin dries out, those nasty fine lines and dreaded droops sneak in.
AHA is a select group of natural acids that work together to penetrate and exfoliate the upper layers of your skin. Removing the top layers of dead skin cells promotes firmness and leaves you with a canvas that is better at retaining natural moisture.
From dryness to sun damage, AHA can help rehydrate, moisturise and soften so you can say hello to a smoother, plumper, more youthful face when you greet yourself in the mirror every day.
3. Vitamin A to fight wrinkles and uneven skin tone.
You might have heard about the wonders of retinol and retinal. Both are active forms of Vitamin A that powerfully reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.
Vitamin A works wonders on your skin by speeding up collagen production. This plumps your skin and effectively fills out those lines, which is why injecting collagen has become popular practice.
To reap the benefits of Vitamin A, however you don’t need to put yourself through invasive injections. When applied in a cream it can still encourage healthy skin cell production and be effective in keeping skin healthy, firm and glowing.
4. Vitamin C for complexion and elasticity.
A compelling antioxidant in the fight against premature signs of ageing.
Environmental issues like heat, humidity and pollution are often impossible to avoid. They’re sadly part of life, but dehydration, sun damage and lines shouldn’t have to be.
If you find yourself battling dark spots, uneven skin tone, general dullness or pigmentation problems, vitamin C is here to save your skin. Not only does C visibly brighten your complexion, it naturally triggers collagen production, which in turn improves skin conditioning and elasticity.
When it comes to maintaining skin strength and integrity, vitamin C is your new best friend.
5. DNA repair enzyme - Ground-breaking DNA damage repair.
DNA repair enzymes occur naturally in the skin to repair sun damage. As we age, however these enzymes shorten causing brown spots and wrinkles to appear.
Extensive scientific studies show that antioxidants and sunscreen are simply not enough to repair the damage caused by our environment. In the harsh Australian climate this is as important as ever.
D'Lumiere Esthetique Skincare products encompass the latest in anti-aging research and contain a plant derived DNA repair enzyme.
This potent ingredient may help improve the signs of aging.
You’ve got better things to do than spend your life reading fine print and labels.
D'Lumiere Esthetique Skincare product range has done the hard work for you.
D'Lumiere Esthetique Skincare expert knowledge means that you can be sure that we included the latest anti-aging technology across all our products so you can have smoother, rejuvenated and beautiful skin.
D'Lumiere Esthetique Skincare anti-aging range contains the best available, scientifically proven ingredients, so you can be assured that you are providing your skin with the best possible support.
Do the best for your skin. Keep an eye out for these 5 game changing ingredients.