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Choosing Skin Care Products That Suit Your Skin!

Posted On: - 2009-10-09 04:31:31


Reading reviews on the Internet and consulting friends and family is not enough when you are choosing skin care products for yourself. Just because something works wonderfully for your friend, doesn't mean you would get the same results. It is important to understand that different people have different types of skin and therefore need treatments that suit their specific needs and concerns. In order to make sure you use the best skin care products on your skin, you need to do much more that just rely on public opinion.

Just as the right kind of skin care products work well for your skin, wrong products can put you through a lot of skin problems. Persistent use of such products can even cause serious acne. Therefore, you need to make sure that you consider your skin type and use products that cater to its basic needs and requirements.

While choosing skin care products for yourself, you need to consider 2 prime factors.

Skin Type

Your skin type should be the key consideration while choosing skin care products for yourself.

Dry skin lacks moisture and therefore needs skin care products that provide intensive hydration. So, use rich creamy skin care products that contain heavy moisturizing agents.

People with oily skin type should use oil-free skin care products preferably gels and serums. Skin care products generally contain some or the other form of oily ingredients. Therefore, make sure you read the ingredient list of the products carefully before buying. Oil based products can lead to breakouts and unevenness in complexion in oily skin.

If you have combination skin, then you should consider using two types of skin care products – one that caters to dry skin and others that cater to oily skin. Use the oily skin products on the oily parts of your face like the T-zone (forehead, nose and chin) and the dry skin products on dry areas of your face like the cheeks.

Sensitive skin has extremely low tolerance level. So avoid skin care products that contain harsh ingredients and artificial additives. Instead use products specially formulated for sensitive skin.

Age & Maturity of the Skin

After your skin type, your age is the next factor that influences the choice of skin care products.

During teenage and in your twenties, its is enough for you to follow a simple cleansing-toning-moisturizing-sun protection skin care routine. Also, if you need to address any specific concerns you need to use relevant skin treatments such as acne care products, pigmentation correction products and so on. Try using iS Clinical Youth Complex. It is a unique anti-wrinkle formulation that provides immediate wrinkle reduction and long term improvement in the overall quality of the skin with Collagen and Elastin.

As you approach your thirties, you should start using anti-aging products in order to delay the appearance of aging signs like wrinkles and fine lines, dull and sagging skin and so on.

Towards your forties, you should invest in serious wrinkle repair treatments. Look for products that seek to boost the collagen and elastin production within the skin cells. Also, you should consider using eye cream to care for the sensitive eye contours and prevent the appearance of crow's feet, under-eye dark circles, puffiness and so on. Try the Kinerase Intensive Eye Cream. It is a powerful moisturizer that reduces fine lines and wrinkles around the eye area delicately. This highly emollient cream is a great night cream for reducing the signs of aging around the eyes

Dr. Marilynn Syrett graduated from Western University of Health Sciences, College of Osteopathic Medicine Of The Pacific in 1998. She has an ardent interest in the use and effectiveness of skincare cosmetics and anti aging skin care products and writes articles about the same..