Anything that keeps my skin looking healthy and younger (so no not just wrinkle prevention) But those things you can do daily without surgery, invasive procedures, or a lot of intensive care routines. Really I was looking to know the active ingredients I should look for in creams and cleansers. I know that my boyfriend who is 34 an ex-smoker who is not too careful in the sun and has already started to get some wrinkles would also be interested to know the answer to this question
No, no specific product. However in the past I have heard of some research related claims to slow or reduce ageing in skin. Although I would expect most claims to be exaggerated, unsubstatiated or based on poor sample size it strikes me that some progress must have been made in this potentially massive money spinning area of research.What do we know that is proven so far?
Do you have any information on good places or journals to check what claims have been made and by whom? Outside of the natural world and the use of vitamins and antioxidants do any synthesised chemicals or extracts seem to produce any positive effects on the youthful appearance of skin? E.g.Maintaining elasticity, preventing wrinkles, keeping skin cells active etc
Thank you! There seem to be some claims surrounding glycobiology, but this isn't a field I've heard much about before so I would suggest there are probably other more widely explored areas of study and common ingredients in anti ageing creams.
I do not have a current question about this or any other product. Consequently I did not feel DoctorRich was answering my question.
Althpugh I value the time and knowledge used by experts to answer questions my understanding is I can only pay one expert? I feel the person I pay should be someone who has fully answered my questions.
If something is unclear in what I am asking or the way I am phrasing something I am more than happy to engage in a dialouge or question and answer process.
Have you been able to find out more information since we last spoke?