How to Rate Anti Aging Creams and Get the Skin You’ve Always Wanted!

If you were asked on a scale of one to ten what your skin cream for anti aging actually did for you, what would be your answer? Would you be able to say that all the money you spent was worth it in the results you got or would you say you used the entire product without any results? What is the best way to rate anti aging creams?

The first thing you should consider when choosing the best kind of products for your skin are the number of chemicals in the ingredients. Hundreds of products out there include some potentially harmful chemicals. A lot of these ingredients have been linked to cancer. Make sure that the products you choose for any part of your body is only made from truly natural ingredients.

What are some of the chemicals you need to watch for in skin care products? One of the most common is propylene glycol. Used as a humectant in lotions, this is actually a chemical that is also used as an anti-freeze agent for airplanes as well. Propylene glycol has also been proven in research to be a cause of liver and kidney damage.

Parabens are some more chemical ingredients that can prove to be harmful to you. Remember that everything you put on your skin is absorbed into your body. Look for butyl. methyl, ethyl, and propyl parabens in the ingredients of the products you are thinking of purchasing. This chemical is known for allergic reactions that can be severe.

The products that smell unnaturally good are unnatural in most cases. Most companies will list these ingredients as just ‘fragrance’, which could be a multitude of dangerous chemicals together. There have been reported side effects of dizziness, nausea, and vomiting from these kinds of ‘good smelling’ ingredients.

The best way to rate anti aging creams is to just make sure that you choose only the products that contain natural ingredients like Babassu, Shea Butter, and Manuka Honey. If you are unsure about any ingredient, do some research about it and learn if it really natural or not.

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