Invest in the Future of Your Skin
What does the future of your skin hold?
Are lines, wrinkles, dark spots and sagging skin inevitable? Is the destiny of your skin determined by genetics or is there a way to set your skin on a different path?
Although the way our skin ages does have a lot to do with our genes, it is possible to help slow down the visible signs of aging and protect the skin from damage that can make us look older.
Whether you’re in your 20’s, 30’s, 40’s or beyond, it’s never too late to start investing in your skin’s future. The steps you take NOW will determine how your skin will look in the coming decades.
We all know about the biggest contributors to premature aging of the skin. Smoking, unprotected sun exposure and excessive alcohol consumption can age your skin at a rapid pace by breaking down collagen and elasticity as well as causing dehydration and inflammation. These problems show up on the skin as deep wrinkles, sagging skin, redness, puffiness and age spots.
Investing in your skin’s future begins by taking good care of yourself. Eating well, keeping hydrated and protecting your skin from the elements is a great start and will help set you on an anti-aging path that you’ll be thankful for later. Although these things will certainly help prevent premature signs of aging, is there more that you can do to hold back the clock?
Absolutely. You can take steps now to help slow down the signs of aging, protect and build your skin’s collagen, prevent free radical damage, boost hydration, reduce sun damage, calm redness and inflammation and shield your skin from environmental damage.
You can begin right now, no matter what your age, taking steps to invest in your skin’s future with professional skincare.
What is the difference between basic commercial skincare and professional skincare?
It's all about the concentration of "active" ingredients.
While drug and department store brands claim to have active ingredients such as antioxidants and peptides, most are in such a small percentage that they do very little.
Professional skincare brands such as Derma MD use higher percentages of active ingredients which can actually make structural changes within the skin. Professional skincare brands are sold by industry professionals such as dermatologists, cosmetic surgeons, medical estheticians and skincare specialists with extensive knowledge about the structure of the skin and how to reduce and prevent the signs of aging.
When you buy professional skincare from Derma MD, you aren’t paying for fancy magazine spreads, celebrity indorsement, excessive packaging or countless middlemen. You’re paying for top quality, industry leading ingredients in percentages high enough to make a visible difference.
You’re paying for the “Wow you haven’t aged a bit!” compliments at your high school reunion.
You’re paying for the “You don’t look old enough to have a child who’s getting married!” compliments at your son’s wedding.
You’re paying for products that actually make a difference.
You’re investing in your skins future and you’re investing in yourself.
The best place to begin is by adding anti-aging serums to your skincare routine. Using an antioxidant rich serum in the morning and before bed is a great way to start. You can add more products in later.
In the morning using a serum such as Transforming C Serum, with high levels of multiple types of Vitamin C will help protect your skin from environmental damage while helping to boost collagen and elastin levels! Just a small amount applied just before your daily SPF will start your day off on the right foot, protecting your skin while correcting skin tone and working hard to build and protect your skin’s inner structure.
In the evening using a serum such as Cranberry Silk Anti-Wrinkle Concentrate, with the anti-inflammatory antioxidant AstaXanthin, ultra-hydrating Cranberry seed oil and wrinkle reducing Retinyl Palmitate, will work hard to protect your skin and keep it moist, calm redness and irritation and protect your skin while you sleep.
Start using professional skincare now and your future self with thank you.
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