It’s no surprise that you know how old you are.Likewise, it’s no surprise that your appearance can tell others.But does it have to?That is a question that has baffled scientists, chemists, and the cosmetic industry for a long time and still does to this day. Ultimately this presents a problem to those who are over the age of 25 because hardly anyone wants to look their true age.Anyone over the age of 25 is aware of the turning point at which physical decline begins and improvement ends. No matter what, accepting it gets more difficult with time because the signs of aging only get worst.
There is no doubt that the signs of aging are getting worst.The only question is what can be done about it.This is what has made the cosmetic industry a multi-million dollar business. Hope in this area is offered in many forms. And since the signs of aging are attributed to many causes and effects, the cosmetic industry has spun out a whole slew of products, each devoted to a single believed cause or effect.
Many products wrestle with oxidation reactions known to damage cells and dry the body out. Providing antioxidants (vitamins) to the skin is an attempt to slow down halt the propagation of these processes, but with dismal results. Other products strip the outer layer of the skin to expose a "fresh" new inner layer, which appears smoother and healthier. But most products work by way of a chemical reaction that causes the skin to artificially contract and tighten up, which diminishes existing wrinkles. With all the products out there it’s no wonder that we are unable to deal with the pressure and confusion in choosing any specific one.