Wednesday, January 27, 2010

New Trends in Skin Care and Anti-Aging

face creamThere are many skin care products on the market now. Whenever I go into a place like Target and walk down the skin care aisle, I literally get dizzy trying to figure out which skin care products are right for me!

Am I the only one who feels this way?

Times are changing, though, when it comes to skin care. The products that are coming out nowadays just aren't the same. There are so many technological advancements and so many new ingredients in skin care products that work to keep your skin looking younger and healthier.

One skin care trend that I find really interesting is the use of stem cells to regenerate damaged skin cells. Recently, I've been hearing alot of talk about stem cell research. It's a controversial topic which I really don't want to get into here, but I'll just say that it's fascinating to me.

There's a company called Dermajuv that uses stem cells as a key ingredient in some of their products. I personally haven't used their products, so check out Dermajuv reviews.

Another skin care trend that I really like is natural skincare. I read somewhere that natural and organic skin care that utilize herbal and plant extracts will become a $10 billion dollar market in 2010. Not surprising to me as women are becoming more conscious about what they're putting on their skin and maintaining a healthy lifestyle.

One common problem that many people have when it comes to skin care is puffy eyes and dark circles under their eyes. Dark circles are puffy eyes are signs of aging and can really steal years from your appearance.

I was reading about an ingredient called eyeliss that is now being used in eye creams. Has anybody heard of this ingredient? I heard that combined with antioxidant-rich ingredients like acai berry extract, eyeliss really helps get rid of dark circles and puffy eyes.

Skin care products that have all the glitz and glamour are starting to fade away. I don't know about you, but I'm longer fooled by fancy packaging and celebrity endorsements.

I'd love to hear your thoughts about new skin care trends and/or experiences with skin care products...

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  1. I have been working for this couple based on the Sunshine Coast, Australia for the last few weeks.

    They create an incredible range of Organic Skincare. It's certified and totally good for you. So good in fact that you can literally eat it!

    I highly recommend checking out their website at

    Thanks for the article and stay healthy!

  2. It's important to consider the ingredients in all the products used on hair and skin. Research is showing a buildup of chemicals on the skin can cause acne, dryness (which leads to prematurely aging skin) and skin cancer.

    With so many manufacturers using chemicals in their products, almost any product - cleansers, moisturizers, shampoos, conditioners, hair gels and sunscreens - can be causing breakouts on your face and body.

    Here's a page that shows what to look for in organic products as well as ingredients to avoid in skin and hair care products.

    To find chemical-free products, read labels and research ingredients - or start with certified organic ingredients which don't contain harmful chemicals.


  3. I think organic skin care products are the safest and the best approach to take for the best results.

  4. I just go for the most natural thing there is...

  5. I have the same problems before when I went to purchase skin care products. Now I buy my face skin care products from beauty salon and could get more suggestion and knowlege because the face skin care products of the popular brand is quite expensive and cannot make me feels satisfy.

    But I still have one annoying problem, I try to use many brands of eye cream to treat off the wrinkles beside of my eye bag, but still no useful.

    That is a difficult topic for me,:(I would like to find some homemade care to treat off my eye bag wrinkles, any suggestion for me?

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