Summer Skin May Be Too Sensitive For Retinol Warns THAT Skin Care
(EMAILWIRE.COM, August 12, 2015 ) Oakland, Florida -- A growing segment of the population is focused on anything and everything related to looking younger. More women than ever are at the age where a few lines and wrinkles can cause them to look years older than they feel. Fortunately, cosmetic science has responded with an ever-growing number of treatments for aging skin. However, consumers need to be aware of the potential dangers associated with misusing their favorite anti aging ingredients. Failing to do so could make matters worse in regard to their appearance.
Retinol is a popular ingredient used in a number of anti aging skin products. Face creams with lower concentrations of the vitamin A derivative can be found at local drugstores and supermarkets. Higher concentrations are often prescribed by dermatologists for the advanced treatment of age related skin issues including sun damage, wrinkles and decreased collagen levels.
Summer poses some notable risks to using retinol and women may find the need to look for alternative treatment methods during periods of high sun exposure. Recommended usage of retinol is always at night since sunlight interferes with the benefits it provides. In addition, its use renders the skin sensitive to the sun. Applying sunscreen is vitally important for those following such a treatment regimen.
According to THAT Skin Care, "Women who spend a lot of time outdoors during the summer months may be wise to change up their skin care routine and move away from retinol based products, at least temporarily. An excellent collagen boosting option that shows promising results is Matrixyl 3000 (http://www.thatskincare.com/matrixyl-3000-retinol-alternative/). It's gentler than retinol yet produces similar benefits without irritating the skin."
Personal grooming activities such as waxing or laser hair removal should be avoided when using retinol. The skin will be much too sensitive for these types of treatments to occur at the same time. Dryness and redness is also common when using retinol based products so whether it's a good option is a highly personal decision based on an individual's unique concerns.
Regardless of which products and treatments are used, consumers are encouraged to learn as much as possible about the ingredients used and how they relate to current skin concerns. Skin care regimens are somewhat fluid and change over the years as well as from season to season. Using A proven anti aging cream for all seasons combined with a bit of flexibility based on changing needs is a good strategy for most people.
About THAT Skin Care
THAT Skin Care believes every woman deserves to be beautiful without subjecting her skin to dangerous ingredients or harsh chemical treatments. Every THAT product is formulated to encourage healthy, younger looking skin. Information about the brand's popular anti aging cream featuring Matrixyl 300 is available at their website (http://www.thatskincare.com/products/age-defying-moisturizer/).
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