Time is the only thing that cannot be stopped or reversed. Aging is not a beautiful word, we all age from the moment we are in this world. Staying youthful for as long as possible is ideal in this age in which we live. We are overwhelmed with advertisements that convince us what it takes to look young in mature age.
How to stop time?
All genders want to stop time and look younger and especially ladies are prone to it. It is used and tried everything in cosmetics for mature skincare. Oligopeptides from snake venom can be found in mature skincare cosmetics; hyaluronic acid in fillers and preparations; vitamins in all forms in which they are stable. Despite the wide range of means for the care of mature skin, some still opt for radical solutions such as botox and cosmetic surgery. After a while, their results weaken and gradually disappear.
The action of cosmetics and vitamins in the care of mature skin
Cosmetic manufacturers are not obliged by law to prove the effectiveness of their products through scientific tests. Pharmacies that prepare their own products in the field of cosmetics and skincare have been using vitamins for decades. Vitamin B group is used in preparations for the care of dry and damaged skin. Vitamins A and E are used in anti-wrinkle preparations; vitamins C, E, and A are used in preparations in which an antioxidant effect is to be provided.
Clinical trials of cosmetic products enriched with vitamins
Some clinics have conducted limited clinical trials on the effects of vitamins in skincare. Vitamin A can reduce the reduced breakdown of collagen by UV radiation; increases fibroblast growth and collagen synthesis; increases the thickness of the epidermis and reduces the appearance of wrinkles; has a chemopreventive effect in skin cancer. Vitamin C increases the stability of collagen exposed to UV radiation and stimulates collagen synthesis; used as an antioxidant to prevent skin aging. Vitamin E reduces UV damage to the skin by preventive change; reduces scars from burns and stretch marks; has an antioxidant effect in combination with vitamin h; regulates the breakdown and synthesis of collagen and elastin. Some clinics have conducted limited clinical trials on the effects of vitamins in skincare. Vitamin A can reduce the reduced breakdown of collagen by UV radiation; increases fibroblast growth and collagen synthesis; increases the thickness of the epidermis and reduces the appearance of wrinkles; has a chemopreventive effect in skin cancer. vitamin D reduces hyperpigmentation on the skin; protects the skin from wrinkles and epidermal thickening caused by UV radiation. Vitamin K reduces vascular manifestations caused by aging.
Vitamins in cosmetics for mature skincare
The choice of cosmetics and vitamins for mature skincare depends on the skin types and cosmetics that someone likes to use. Mature skin is specific because the amount of collagen decreases slightly over the years. After the age of fifty, by almost 50%. Ladies mostly use those types of cosmetics and the method of application that suits them best. These can be day and night creams, lotions, ampoules, serums, nourishing masks, etc. Vitamins in mature skincare cosmetics cannot restore youth, but they can significantly alleviate wrinkles and improve the condition of the skin. I personally use cosmetics with 20% vitamin C and I am satisfied with the result. it even soothes and removes dark circles after a little sleep.
Factors affecting skin aging
In addition to age, skin aging is influenced by diet, consumption of tobacco and alcohol, genetic inheritance, insufficient water intake, excessive exposure to sunlight. Bad eating and living habits need to be changed. A good lifestyle and cosmetics rich in vitamins can greatly affect the better condition and appearance of the skin. In any case better than unsuccessful cosmetic surgeries. Many famous actresses who are opponents of surgery, in their fifties and sixties, still look beautiful. Their secret is in elegant everyday wardrobe, quality decorative and care cosmetics, healthy diet, sufficient water intake, and exercise. These ladies are still among the most beautiful women in the world: Isabela Rosellini; Sharon Stone; Brooke Shields, Salma Hayek; Andie Machdovel; Sigournj Weaver; Emma Thompson; Meryl Streep; Sophie Marcheao; Isabelle Hooper et al.