Tips and Products to Help Address Aging Skin

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Tips and Products to Help Address Aging Skin

The best things we can do to help keep our skin looking healthy and youthful are pretty simple. They include: cleansing, moisturizing, exfoliating, using a serum, wearing sunscreen, eating healthy, drinking plenty of water, and getting enough sleep - to name the basics.

When it comes to skin rejuvenation, choosing the right skin care products can make a huge difference in the health of your complexion and minimizing the signs of aging, such as fine lines, wrinkles, and age spots. Keep your skin looking its best with the following tips and products.

 

Use an Eye Cream and Don’t Rub Your Eyes

The delicate skin around the eyes is often the first area to show noticeable signs of aging. Sun damage, pollution, lifestyle, facial expressions, and other signs of a life well-lived contribute to the look of fine lines and wrinkles. You can protect your skin by taking preventive measures to slow signs of aging, such as wearing sunscreen and sunglasses. But an advanced eye cream with anti-aging ingredients, such as defensins, designed to stimulate the skin to produce brand-new cells is really the key to addressing the appearance of existing signs of age.

Also, since the skin is thinner under the eyes, don’t damage it by rubbing or tugging on that area. To help, make sure your eye cream can be applied directly to your eyes with a unique applicator that doesn’t require you to use your fingers at all.

 

Brighten with an Exfoliating Mask About Once a Week

As we get older, skin cells turn over slower and dead skin cells accumulate in your pores, giving the appearance of dull, tired skin. Instead of robbing your skin of its radiance, use a skin-brightening mask with multiple enzymes, like papaya and papain, plus ultrafine sugar crystals to help remove surface debris and uncover the healthy skin beneath. For an instantly refreshed, younger-looking complexion, it’s important to find an exfoliating formula that’s technologically-advanced.

 

Fade Dark Spots with a Skin Care Regimen

Sometimes referred to as age spots, sun spots, or dark spots, the hyperpigmentation that appears on the skin can happen over time from overexposure to sun, acne scars, and hormones, for example. When you target skin discolorations at the source using products designed to brighten the appearance of the skin, you may notice more even-toned skin, less discoloration, and a visibly brighter-looking complexion.

Seek out an anti aging cream, corresponding serum, and face exfoliating mask with clinically-proven ingredients recommended by dermatologists. Brightening technology led by age-correcting defensins, innovative age-repairing molecules, is being used to make skin look noticeably brighter and discoloration less apparent.

In addition to using dermatologist recommended skin care products, such as a moisturizer, serum, and a weekly exfoliating face mask, don’t forget to use a gentle cleanser and apply sunscreen every time you step outside to further protect your skin.

 

About DefenAge

DefenAge is a professional-grade skin care range that’s recommended by dermatologists. DefenAge’s powerful age-repairing products are formulated with defensins, which are molecules that wake up dormant cells to make brand-new, healthy cells. DefenAge's patent-pending skin rejuvenation technology is designed to boost collagen production, increase visible skin’s density, improve the appearance of dark spots, and improve the skin’s barrier. DefenAge has won several beauty awards, including a 2019 Beauty Independent Innovation Award for “Eye Product of the Year” and two NewBeauty Beauty Choice Awards Beauty Choice Awards. DefenAge is also an Aesthetics Industry Award Winner for Nonsurgical Innovation for their core regimen called Clinical Power Trio. DefenAge's proprietary use of Age-Repair Defensins is considered a breakthrough in skin care technology.

Learn more about DefenAge and dermatologist recommended skin care products at www.defenage.com

April 4, 2020
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