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The Best Anti-aging Ingredients That Our Skin Requires

Feb 17,2022 | HISEEK PRETTY

Since aging is the most natural aspect of human life, rather than trying to fight it, skin care experts are promoting that it be embraced and enhanced.

The truth is that, really, nothing you do with skin-care can completely prevent, halt, or reverse the very normal and natural aging process that we all experience. And the rate at which your skin shows age depends on many different factors, including your genetics and your environment as well as your skin-care habits.

If you’re looking for something to help manage signs of anti-aging, these are the ingredients you should look out for in skin-care products.


Retinol is the first step on that pathway. And, as John G. Zampella, M.D., assistant professor in the Ronald O. Perelman department of dermatology at NYU Langone Health, told SELF previously, topical retinoids (including retinol) causes your skin to speed up its normal cell-turnover process, meaning that it will shed skin cells more quickly. That helps tackle issues like fine lines, wrinkles, dark spots, and acne. Researchers also think retinol can help increase collagen production, which reduces signs of aging.

If you do experience irritation with retinol, you can try products containing retinal (also called retinaldehyde), which is another form of retinol, or bakuchiol, a newer ingredient often touted as a natural retinol alternative. Both of these appear to cause less irritation than retinol.

retinol serum

Vitamin C

One of the most common active ingredients in skin-care products today, vitamin C acts as an antioxidant to counteract and protect against free radical damage, Plus, it can also be used to effectively brighten dark spots over time.

Kojic Acid

Kojic acid limits melanin production in the skin, which is the substance that gives skin its color.Kojic acid lightens pigmented skin, which is usually the result of sun exposure. Kojic acid is also an antioxidant that helps with the premature damage or malfunction of skin cells.

Coenzyme Q10

Coenzyme Q10 deficiency can result in an inability to properly produce collagen and elastin, two of the main building blocks of healthy skin. Unfortunately, most people over the age of 30 are deficient if they don’t take a supplement with the enzyme. Also known as ubiquinone, coenzyme Q10 is present in every cell of the body,It provides powerful antioxidant protections and collagen-boosting capabilities.

Green Tea Extracts

Green tea has antioxidant and anti-inflammatory properties. The anti-aging benefits of green tea are attributed to polyphenols, a type of flavonoids found in plants.Early studies have shown that green tea can reduce sun damage, protect skin from cancer and decrease collagen breakdown. The polyphenols are thought to influence biochemical pathways that lead to cell regeneration.


This increasingly popular skin-care ingredient is a form of vitamin B3 that has shown promise in fighting free radical damage, brightening dark spots, and managing acne. And those with sensitive skin will be pleased to know that some research shows it can brighten skin with fewer side effects or irritation than other first-line treatments, like hydroquinone.

Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic acid is a powerful moisturizer and is one of the main contributors to keeping your skin supple and hydrated. It can hold up to 1,000 times its weight in water, is naturally found throughout your entire body and can be used as a natural alternative to synthetic fillers.Compared to other polymers, hyaluronic has the greatest ability to hold water.For maximum anti-aging effects, we recommends the use of topical hyaluronic acid twice per day (day and night).

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