You may not be aware of it, be there is an overlooked method for boosting the effect of facial moisturizer for dry aging skin. But before I tell you what it is, you should, first, be aware that it’s critical that you start with the right moisturizer. Dermaclara creams and lotions made from high concentrations of synthetic chemicals, like mineral oil, dioxanes and fragrances, don’t work with the boosting result. When I explain, you’ll begin to understand why.
You see, your body was designed to produce its own natural moisture. Deep within your cells, a process takes place that results in the production of structural proteins called collagen and elastin. Not only do these two proteins create powerful, natural moisture that keeps skin soft and pliable, but collagen and elastin also possess a mechanism for locking in that moisture so that your skin can’t lose it and become dry.
This Dermaclara system works incredibly well when we are younger.
Unfortunately, with the passage of time, comes a loss in the ability of cells to produce these important skin proteins. Our skin becomes thin and dry and starts to develop lines and wrinkles. This is the time when people start trying one facial moisturizer after another…with no success.
Now, I define success as an improvement in the overall health of the skin, where normal collagen and elastin production is reactivated and natural moisture is once again produced and retained.
Dermaclara Creams and lotions made from synthetic chemicals may claim to achieve a successful result, but that’s only because of a deceptive “filler” effect that is created from these products. Your skin may feel soft and smooth, but this is a shallow, cosmetic trick, that is achieved at the expense of your skin.
The main problem with these chemicals is they can’t penetrate deep into the layers of the skin to positively interact with cells. All they can do is sit on top of your skin, smothering pores and preventing your skin from naturally excreting damaging toxins. Once you wash your face, your skin is back to its former dry condition, thereby creating the need for more facial moisturizer. This creates a vicious cycle that wastes precious time that you could be using to restore the healthy natural moisture of your skin.
So this brings us back to knowing what type of facial moisturizer to use for getting rid of dry aging skin.
Scientists who study skin cell regeneration have discovered that, due to a startling molecular compatibility with human skin, ingredients extracted from nature are able to be easily absorbed, deeply, within the layers of the skin and directly into the skin cell. Once inside, almost instinctively, they release powerful nutrients that re-awaken and reactivate healthy cell function. Rich natural emollients like avocado and macadamia nut oils, maracuja, emulsifed olive oil, to name a few, provide the deep, softening hydration needed by dry aging skin.