Antiaging Cream - Reverse The Signs Of Aging

Antiaging Cream -  Reverse The Signs Of Aging

Antiaging Cream: The Best Way to Choose an Antiaging Cream is to Avoid These Ingredients

There are ingredients in any antiaging cream that make it categorized as safe or unsafe to use. In a world where marketing brouhaha has overridden everything else, it is a myriad maze for someone new to choose good products. Luckily, if you can't decide based on the goodies here is a list of 10 things to avoid.
10 Ingredients to Avoid in Any Antiaging Cream

10 Ingredients to Avoid in Any Antiaging Cream

  1. The first thing to check and avoid is Propylene glycol which is an irritant. It is also a neurotoxin that can potentially damage nervous system, kidney and liver even as it tackles your wrinkles. Additionally, delayed allergies, Acne and contact dermatitis are also the things you might be incidentally handling. But why is it used at all? It is a great penetration enhancer which helps faster absorption of active ingredients in your cream into the skin and into the circulation system.
  2. Diazolidinyl urea is another irritant chemical which can lead to dermatitis. It can be dangerous when it releases formaldehyde which is a cancer producing chemical.
  3. The rose fragrance giver Phenoxyethanol is harmful when absorbed through skin and irritates skin and eye.
  4. Another formaldehyde releaser is Imidazolidinyl urea. It leads to contact dermatitis.
  5. Sodium Lauryl Sulfate: Another carcinogenic (cancer producing)
  6. Benzalkonium Chloride: another toxic skin irritant
  7. Triethanolamine (TEA) is an irritant which causes contact dermatitis. It is used as a sensitizer. This can be carcinogenic if combines with nitrogen compounds. Can't rely upon the label totally, it may also contain nitrosamine contaminants even if not listed there.
  8. All Parabens (ethyl-, methyl-, butyl- and propylparaben): Parabens disrupt endocrine and disturb the hormonal balance. Think of abnormal hair growth or hair fall and if you are a female, your menstruation cycle can go for a tailspin. It is also great skin irritants.
  9. PEG-n (4-200): Another skin and eye irritant and its hazards may spread to large areas. It comes with a potential contamination of certain carcinogens.
  10. Ultrasomes, keratinocyte growth factor and DNA enzyme complex are genetically engineered ingredients used in some cases whose safety quotients are yet to be established.

Whew? Don't you think it would be alright to have a few wrinkles than use an antiaging cream?

However scary this might look, there is always light at the end of the tunnel. One thumb rule to absolute safety is betting hands down on antiaging cream with natural products like aloe vera, essential oils, grape seed oil, shea butter, vitamins, green tea etc. Eat healthy diets rich in anti-oxidant and enzymes, exercise regularly pay attention to your whole body.

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