Protect Your Skin with an Anti Aging Hand Cream
Let’s face it. In order to get a hold the most effective anti aging hand cream possible, you are going to have to take a few things into consideration. Most of the wrinkle reducing hand lotions don’t take a number of factors into account that are necessary if you want the formula to be effective. It seems as though the people that are developing these products have a largely one track mind when it comes to these formulas.
The most that a typical cream will have to offer you is maybe some collagen, elastin, or hyaluronic acid for firming your skin. It would seem like the inclusion of these compounds is an excellent answer to both the loss of collagen and elastin due to enzyme driven decomposition, and the decline in the tissue and polymer production. Unfortunately, there is no way for your skin to absorb compounds this sort of particle density, so the topical application of these tissues and polymer is pointless.
Most of the anti aging hand cream that features these compounds won’t even supply you with antioxidants, or at least not an ample supply of them. This is because most cosmetics developers prefer to use synthetic compounds, into which they add minimal amounts of antioxidants. These synthetics just don’t give you enough of what you need in order to slow the damage being done to your skin, and to help repair the damaged chemical structures in your skin.
Oxidation cannot be avoided, as without oxidation there would be no decomposition. Where the problem comes in is that an overabundance of free radicals in the system causes decomposition to happen too rapidly, and antioxidants are the answer to neutralizing free radicals so that the damage is minimized. The best source of antioxidants is pure plant based compounds, protein complexes, enzymes, and nutrients like Coenzyme Q10.
Nano-emulsified Coenzyme Q10 in an anti aging hand cream has an interesting effect, as it has been proven