The never ending quest to slow the aging process and reverse visible signs of growing older generates almost $300 billion worldwide each year with skin care products and treatments reaching an average of $50 billion annually in the United States alone. While the majority of this amount is spent on surgical procedures, dermal injections and non-invasive rejuvenation procedures, consumer reports indicate an estimated 25 percent of calculated spending is wasted on creams and serums that fail to live up to their promised results. —
In an effort to help separate the false claims from the truly effective products, the bestantiagingserumonthemarket.com website has been launched. A spokesperson for the website commented, "Surgical procedures certainly have their place in the cosmetic field. When performed by highly trained and experienced medical professionals, they safely and effectively take years, or even decades, off the faces and bodies of patients. Wrinkle relaxers, dermal fillers, microdermabrasion and laser procedures also do their part in improving skin tone and texture; however, we provide information for those who prefer less expensive and invasive solutions."
The spokesperson noted consumers commonly ask what is the best wrinkle remover on the market? The answer to this question is complex, as degree of wrinkles and fine lines, skin type and individual needs all factor into the equation. Some wrinkles are caused by repetitive facial expressions while others stem from the natural slowing of collagen production, each of which would be addressed by different ingredients. Once the necessary ingredients have been determined, whether or not the person in question has sensitive skin should be considered, as certain elements increase the risk of irritation and other reactions.
When determining what is the best anti aging serum on the market, these same aspects must be weighed against the types of serums available. Many prefer serums over creams for a number of reasons. Serums tend to be lighter, which makes them less likely to clog pores. Molecules making up serums are smaller than those of creams, which means a serum will penetrate the surface of the skin much more quickly and thoroughly than lotions or creams. This is often a more desirable choice for those with sensitive skin.
Those with acne prone skin are typically familiar with oral vitamin A. This element helps thwart bacterial infections and reduce the skin's production of oil, which are the two primary causes of acne. Although vitamin A is beneficial, the risk of overdosing when using oral supplements is greatly increased. Unlike vitamins B and C, vitamin A is not filtered out of the bloodstream and eliminated by the kidneys. Excess amounts could lead to liver toxicity. Many have found an effective compromise in vitamin A serums.
"Many wonder what is vitamin A serum," the spokesperson stated, "and we explain the benefits of using a light weight serum containing this substance in not only fighting acne and skin inflammation, but also in reducing pore size and exfoliating the skin. Regardless of the need at hand, it is important to find a product that offers hydration, exfoliation of dead skin cells and protection from free radicals while also being gentle. Although many products on the market are little more than moisturizers in expensive packaging, there are products that actually provide noticeable results."
Designed as a skin care guide for consumers, bestantiagingserumonthemarket.com provides information on common skin aging issues and the most effective products for treating them.
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