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What is the right age to start using anti aging cream?

What is the right age to start using anti aging cream?

Anti aging cream: I would say you are unlikely to benefit from anti-aging creams at any age. ...Read more

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What is the right age for someone to start using anti aging cream?

What is the right age for someone to start using anti aging cream?

After mid 20's: The enemies of your skin are sun exposure, and ultra violet light, cigarette smoking, excessive oil, hormonal decline. The earlier you nourish your skin with anti-aging cream, the more you can help protect it from these age promoting issues. ...Read more

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I am 27 years old and i want to start using anti-aging cream..Please i want to ask if it is ok to start using it and what is the best kind.

I am 27 years old and i want to start using  anti-aging cream..Please i want to ask if it is ok to start using it and what is the best kind.

Tretinoin: The form of tretinoin that is one of the mildest is atralin. You apply apply a pea size amount to your face at night. This medication is used to improve the appearance of the skin by reducing fine lines and wrinkles, reducing roughness, and improving skin color. It should be used with a skin care and sunlight-avoidance program that includes moisturizer and daily use of an effective sunscreen. ...Read more

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Which is the best anti-aging cream?

Which is the best anti-aging cream?

A cream with SPF: Protecting you skin from sunlight will decrease aging. ...Read more

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What is the best anti-aging cream brand?

No endorsement: I am sorry to confirm that we do not do any product endorsement here on health tap. ...Read more

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Is that gumamela used as anti-aging cream?

Is that gumamela  used as anti-aging cream?

Unproven Benefits: Gumamela is the philippine term for the hibiscus flower. It is a source of vit. C. It has been used in a number of different cultures as a expectorant, diuretic, emollient, anti-infectious, anti-inflammatory, and antipyretic. It has been added to a number of different creams and lotions for these reasons. Initial studies indicate that hibiscus tea may be beneficial in lowering blood pressure. ...Read more

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What are the ingredients in Life Cell anti-aging cream?

What are the ingredients in Life Cell anti-aging cream?

Mainly: Plant derived stem cells,sun screen ingredients like Zinc Oxide, Octinoxate, Octisalate, antioxidants to prevent free radical damage from the sun and environmental exposure as well as inactive ingredients as a base. ...Read more

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Does Argireline in anti aging cream make skin sagging? My skin is sagging. I use a cream that has Argirelin in it should i stop it?

Does Argireline in anti aging cream make skin sagging? My skin is sagging. I use a cream that has Argirelin in it should i stop it?

Argireline does work: with wrinkles...but I agree that you are young to start using it. Better to use sun screen religiously, eat a very healthy diet, take multivitamin especially Vitamin C, and if you want an antiaging skin cream use a high quality Vitamin C product OR if you have any acne issues, start with very low dose Retin-A. Here's a good site/page with other ideas: http://www.clearskinmd.net/?p=126 ...Read more

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Is niacinamide cream an anti-aging cream?

Yes: Niacinamide fights against both sun damage such as discoloration and skin cancers and acne. One product line called NIA 24 has a particularly effective form of Niacinamide. (I use and recommend it) However, the MOST important anti-aging product is a high potency (SPF) sunscreen, using a broad brimmed hat and avoiding sun. Happy aging! ...Read more

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Is there any collagen in anti-aging cream?

Is there any collagen in anti-aging cream?

Depends on the cream: Some anti-aging creams contain collagen. Others contain vitamins, peptides, etc. Check the ingredients of the particular cream you're interested in. ...Read more

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