On The Subject Of Anti-Aging Products

A Skin Care Tip from BI Resident Skin Diva, Sherilyn Rhymes

Featured, Health and Wellness

All anti-aging products are not equal.  The anti-aging category is a huge umbrella.  There are different ingredients that address different concerns.  The areas where we show our age the most are the, decollete (chest), throat, hands and the eyes. In the next several weeks, I will break down the various components of the Anti-Aging category for you:

THE EYES HAVE IT: The skin around the eyes is six (6) times thinner than the skin on the rest of the face.  DARK CIRCLES – look for an eye cream with Vitamin K and the peptide Haloxyl.  hese ingredients improve microcirculation, help to strengthen fragile or damaged capillaries and reduce dark rings under the eyes.  PUFFINESS – look for an eye cream that contains Caffeine and the peptide Eyeliss.  These ingredients drain, improve microcirculation, increase the strength of capillaries and reduce puffiness.   EXPRESSION LINES AND WRINKLES – look for an eye cream with the peptides Argireline & Myoxinol.  They work together synergistically providing a myo-relaxing action to reduce expression lines and reduce the appearance of lines & wrinkles.  You also want the peptide Matrixyl. This corrects wrinkles by introducing a small fragment of collagen into the skin thus stimulating the production of collagen by more than 200%. Consult with your Esthetician to select the eye product best for you. If you don’t have an Esthetician, or have any questions, please feel free to contact me and I will be glad to help you.

Sherilyn Rhymes, L.E. has been practicing her passion in the skin care and make-up industry for over 12 years.  She continues to learn and explore new areas of skin care and dermatological studies on an on-going basis through the world renowned International Dermal Institute in Carson, California. Sherilyn’s goal is to “save the world one skin cell at a time”. Leave a comment for her if you have questions – she will respond!

 

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