3 ingredients for younger looking skin


Topical Vitamin C is the best bang for your buck to rebuild collagen in your face. It also can enhance moisture and skin plumpness, which helps in the appearance of smoother, younger looking skin. Vitamin C serum is typically applied once or twice per day. A good rule of thumb is to cleanse, tone, apply vitamin C serum, and then moisturize. If the product has darkened or otherwise changed color, the vitamin C has likely oxidized. Although the product is still safe to use, it no longer carries the same benefits

Retinoids reduce fine lines and wrinkles by increasing the production of collagen. Bakuchiol is a natural alternative to a chemical retinol. It is very gentle on the skin and highly recommended by dermatologists to help avoid the harsh side effects of a chemical retinol. Retinols also stimulate the production of new blood vessels in the skin, which improves skin tone. Additional benefits include fading age spots and softening rough patches of skin. Retinol is more than just a spot treatment. … Retinol cream and serum work best all over the face, neck and decolletage. So, yes, put it on a dark spot you want to disappear or wrinkle you want to smooth, but also put it everywhere else because it can prevent future signs of aging.

Niacinamide, a form of vitamin B3, helps to support the skin’s moisture barrier with hydration to enhance the appearance of brightness and even tone. Niacinamide helps build keratin, a type of protein that keeps your skin firm and healthy. It also minimizes pore appearance, redness and blotchiness, fine lines and hyperpigmentation. Niacinamide helps build cells in the skin while also protecting them from environmental stresses, such as sunlight, pollution, and toxins.

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