The skin is one of the first parts of the body which gives you the aging indication. The skin sags and becomes wrinkled as we grow. The skin ages for a mumerous reasons. It will naturally age with increasing loss of flexibilityas collagen and elastin within the epidermis slowly becomes less elastic. Also it has been proven that sun light speeds up the ageing process of the skin caused by UVA and UVB wavelengths from the sun. The other external factors such as the free radical produced in the vehicle exhaust gases, dirty industrial processes and smoking can further speed the ageing process of otherwise healthy skin.But one need not worry as plants and fruits that are available in abundance play a major role in the protection of the skin. Plant oils may be used to form a protective moisturizing layer that reduces water loss from the epidermis of the skin and hence increases the hydration of the skin. This increases the ‘plumping’ of the tissues, contributing to a smoothing of the wrinkles.
Best Tips on getting Anti Aging SkinThe rejuvenation of the skin has also become an important aspect of modern cosmetic care. Many professional techniques are used. These range from plastic surgery for total or partial face lifts, chemical peeling, collagen implants, and laser therapies and so on.
We have been working with natural substances for skin rejuvenation, as we found that natural extracts, used in specialized treatment, help to minimize the signs that we associate with ageing.
You can use a clinical procedure consisting of specialized cleansing and toning, followed by use of the some good mask, which has been endowed by modern techniques and perfected by the substitution of herbal extracts. It should have the extracts that are known to stimulate the regeneration of new cells.
Among these are Malkangni and Padmaka (Himalayan Wild Cherry), Saffron, Aloe Vera, Rose, Bael, Mint and so on. The mask ingredients are applied on the skin and allowed to harden. As it hardens, the mask generates heat and creates the ideal temperature at which the skin’s capacity to absorb products is enhanced.
The heat increases blood circulation to the surface. As the mask cools down and becomes hard, it tightens the pores and tissues, sculpting the jawline. It also helps to minimize wrinkles, improve muscle tone, skin elasticity and revitalizes the skin.
The mask acts as a complete cosmetic treatment, because it helps to improve the skin’s normal functions. It restores balances, improves cell respiration and speeds up the process of cell renewal.
In fact, it is a mini face-lift. When the mask is hard, it comes off in one piece, leaving the skin tighter, rejuvenated and porcelain-like.