GloxiniaLife by Dr. Calle Collagen Stimulators work at the cellular level to counteract the formation of fine lines and wrinkles to leave skin smoother, brighter and more radiantly youthful.
As you age, your body produces less elastin and collagen (substances that allow the skin to maintain its supple, smooth and youthful appearance). The skin loses fat, becomes thinner and begins to sag, making it susceptible to fine lines and wrinkles.
Your skin starts to age around the age of 20 and experts agree that starting the road to prevention early is the best way to reduce signs of premature aging.
According to research published in Clinical, Cosmetic and Investigational Dermatology, face serums for anti-aging containing L-ascorbic acid (a derivative of vitamin C) are effective in reversing changes in collagen and elastin production as a result of aging. Participants also reported an increase in skin moisture, skin brightness and a decline in wrinkles after continued use of anti-aging serums.
Aging and photodamage cause epidermal hyaluronic acid to degenerate substantially. Hyaluronic acid is a major component of your skin matrix that promotes tissue repair, wound healing, space-filling, shock absorption, lubrication and protein exclusion. Hyaluronic acid also stimulates the production of collagen, elastin, and inhibitor of matrix metalloproteinase-1, making it the “gold standard” ingredient for skin rejuvenation.
It is important to understand that the goal of antiaging isn’t to look younger but to feel beautiful at any age. Products containing research-backed active ingredients can help you feel comfortable in your own skin. We’ve rounded up in our collection some of the best face serums and anti-aging creams with fabulous key ingredients and their benefits
Your collagen and elastin production start to decline in your 20s. Therefore, dermatologists recommend developing an anti-aging skincare regime early to prevent signs of premature aging. Anti-aging is a booming business, so the number of products you come across may overwhelm you in the beginning. As a general rule, always read labels and keep a lookout for key ingredients in face serums, such as vitamins C and E, retinol, hyaluronic acid and plant-based skin lighteners such as kojic acid.