Tuesday, October 24, 2017

Your Guide To Anti-Aging Skincare With Naturally Occurring Acids

Anti-aging skincare for women

When we look at our favorite celebrities or those models who grace the pages of magazines and billboards, one cannot but wish they had the kind of skin those people have been blessed with. A lot of people are actually willing to go the extra mile to get such skin – which looks as flawless and without age as can be – but the steep price tag on the procedures to get there is what scares the lot of them away.

Today, we are going to be exploring a variety of useful organic acids which can help you achieve that timeless, youthful look.  This list has been centered around such remedies which can be found in everyday food items.

    •    Glycolic Acid
This remedy, which can be found occurring naturally in the likes of sugarcane, is an excellent option for those who have wrinkles and fine lines on their skin. It helps in the exfoliation of those dead skin cells, reduces the fine lines and gets rid of all dark spots. Additionally, glycolic acid is especially useful in the case of hyperpigmentation and uneven skin tone. The best part of this remedy is that it is suitable for all skin types.

    •    Salicylic Acid
Obtainable from raspberries, cucumbers, tomatoes and red grapes, salicylic acid finds application with combination skin (dry and oily skin) and as well, standalone oily skin – both of which are known to be prone to acne and breakouts. Aside from the exfoliation of skin, it would treat the issue of breakouts by ensuring that the clogged pores are kept open and allowed to ‘breathe.’
In the same vein, this acid would build up the elasticity of the skin, while also keeping the collagen content in check.

    •    Hyaluronic Acid
Next time you look at soy products, or root vegetables that are high in starch content know that you are looking at one anti-aging option. What hyaluronic acid does is draw in more moisture to the skin, making it better hydrated and plumper. It is suitable for all types of skin but most ideal for those that have dry skin and are prone to acne.

 •    L-Ascorbic Acid
L-Ascorbic acid is also known as Vitamin C. The sheer number of antioxidants present in this organic acid makes it suitable for anti-aging procedures. The L-ascorbic acid would brighten the skin tone and prevent damage from UV rays. Collagen build-up is also supported by the acid, alongside the prevention of inflammation in and around the skin. The best part of it is that just anyone can make use of the acid.

    •    Ferulic Acid
Like the option above, this one can also enable any skin type get protected against sun damages to the skin, fight against the free radicals and protect the skin protein (collagen).

Naturally occurring in the seeds of orange, apple, peanut and artichoke, ferulic acid would boost the overall skin health of the user.

    •    Citric Acid
Found mostly, and in abundance, in the orange family of fruits, citric acid works with hyperpigmented skin and very sensitive skin types. It speeds up the renewal of cells to remove the extra pigmentation and dark spots.

It also plays a vital role in the balancing of skin pH, which not only does well for the color but affects the rate at which the skin reacts to external influence.

    •    Lactic Acid
Last, but surely not the least on this list, lactic acid is a proven option for exfoliation of dead skin cells from the surface of the skin, increasing the rate of cell turnover and improving the overall skin health. Mainly, I would recommend this remedy to those that have acne scars even though it can work with all types of skin.


1 comment

  1. Nice explain every organic acid. I too love to use natural ways for skin care, but it really takes a lot of time and more efforts to create face packs. We all should use natural ways, but if you don't want to do lot of efforts then try lifecell all-in-one anti aging cream it totally natural and good for all skin types.