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Anti-Aging Rejuvenation
The Art of Rejuvenating Aging Skin

Anti-Aging Rejuvenation 1 Which anti-aging rejuvenation skin care strategies are really effective?

Which products actually work?

For goodness sake, how many strategies can there be and why doesn't everyone know them all already?

Well, actually many of the strategies are quite well known but many of us simply haven't integrated them into our daily skin care routine yet.

As a result we have gradually seen the effects of aging take over our former youthful complexion.
Now the mirror reveals one aging skin problem after another.  

Maybe it is those horrid brown age spots that have started to blossom with wild abandon. Or it could be the ever increasing number of fine lines that are deepening into wrinkles with the passing of each day.

Let's not forget the spider veins that have not only begun to creep over the bridge of the nose but have begun to squiggling across the cheeks.  It's rather depressing as the list goes on. (For some of us the list just continues to go on and on and on. . .)!

The more obvious strategies begin with keeping out of the sun or at least using sunscreen each and every day.

As most know by now, many of the signs of aging occur as a direct result of damage caused by over exposure to the sun or from those quick trips to the tanning salons.

As most also know, to achieve healthy skin it is important to eat nutritiously, drink lots of water to keep the skin hydrated, not to smoke, and get the recommended eight hours of sleep each night.
Techniques for maximizing the benefits from your skin care regime start with keeping the skin hydrated. This can easily be achieved by drinking the recommended amounts of liquid per day and using a good, hydrating moisturizer.

Now, one of the tricks is not to slather on your moisturizer. More is definitely not better in this case because you will only end up clogging your pores.

Lightly apply your moisturizer, several times a day, if needed. Most people only need to cleanse their face once a day.

Cleansing at night is usually preferable. Too much soap and water can dry and irritate the skin. Use a cleanser with emollients, avoiding those with astringents. This is especially true for dry or sensitive skin types.

Use a light toner to refresh and cleanse the skin in the morning rather than washing your face again. Applying anti-aging rejuvenation skin care products to clean, warm, moist skin allows the ingredients to absorb into the skin more efficiently.

Even using a warm face cloth that is placed on the skin for a few minutes is helpful prior to toning and moisturizing. Use upward sweeping strokes, from the chin up and outward to the brow area, as you apply the toner and again with the moisturizer.

Gently tap the surface of your skin after applying the moisturizer to stimulate the cells which will allow the skin to more efficiently absorb the nutrients provided by the moisturizer.

Select a moisturizer with active anti-aging rejuvenation ingredients that have been clinically proven to be effective. Products to look for include those with a sufficient concentration of vitamin A, (retinol) and an AHA, glycolic acid with between an 8% and 15% concentration.

Use a microdermabrasion scrub or home treatment once a week to exfoliate away dead skin cells.

Last, but not least, use a sunscreen each and every day in order to protect the skin from further damage.

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