The following two ingredients will provide a wide range of benefits to your skin.
Look for Vitamin C or Vitamin C Serum in the ingredient listing. Few ingredients in skin care offer as many benefits and effectiveness as Vitamin C. Vitamin C is a vital element in the production of collagen. Collagen is a major component of connective tissue, giving your skin its strength and flexibility
Vitamin C can help reduce the appearance of wrinkles and also help to even out skin tone. Vitamin C offers potent antioxidants that provide protection from photo damage the sun and pollution floating around in the air offer. Vitamin C significantly improves hydration and helps to keep your skin looking younger, longer..
Vitamin C Serum is usually a little stronger and more concentrated than the regular Vitamin C and can be used as a spot treatment to help diminish wrinkles, plump your skin by rehydrating and brighten your skin.
By using this ingredient in your skin care routine you will reveal a smoother, firmer complexion.
Some of the foods that you will find to have an abundance of natural Vitamin C are as follows:
Strawberries, Lemons, Oranges, Chili Peppers, Red Bell Peppers, Papayas, Kiwis, Black Currents, Guava, Brussel Sprouts, Green leafy vegetables
The second very important ingredient
Hyaluronic Acid – Works to plump up the skin and reduce the appearance of wrinkles. A naturally occurring substance in the body, Hyaluronic Acid begins to deplete as we age.
Hyaluronic Acid plays a vital role in joint health, but just as important Hyaluronic Acid is very effective at maintaining healthy, youthful skin. Hyaluronic Acid is an essential component of the skin. Hyaluronic Acid has the ability to retain 1,000 times its weight in water to keep the skin plumped up and hydrated.
Some of the foods that you will find to have an abundance of natural Hyaluronic Acid are as follows:
Including foods high in Hyaluronic Acid can be an easy way to increase the amount of it in your body. Foods such as leafy greens, root vegetables and soy products contain it, while homemade broths made from animal bones, skin and connective tissues are even better sources. While not a direct source of Hyaluronic Acid, red wine may help increase the amount that your body produces on its own.