5 Anti-Ageing Skincare Ingredients You Didn’t Know You Needed

Written by Fatema HabibSep 16, 2023
5 anti-ageing skincare ingredients you didn’t know you needed

Pre-mature ageing is something all women dread. I mean, let’s be honest, no one would like to look older than their age. Over-exposure to the sun and pollution are two of the main reasons that cause premature ageing.

While ageing is a natural process, there are certain powerful ingredients that can help slow down the ageing clock. Wanna know what they are? Read on to find out….

 

Retinol

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Retinoids in your skincare is a game-changing ingredient, especially for ageing skin. A form of vitamin A, retinoids help reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, boost collagen production and fight acne and dark spots. It’s ideal to start using retinoids in your 20s in order to slow down the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

 

Glycolic acid

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Here’s another skincare ingredient that is a boon for ageing skin. If you want to banish skin concerns such as hyperpigmentation, fine lines and wrinkles, then it’s best to use skincare products that are infused with glycolic acid.

Products such as face creams, cleansers and toners generally contain around five to seven per cent glycolic acid. Any product that contains more than 10 or 20 per cent glycolic acid needs to be used only after recommended by a dermatologist.

 

Salicylic

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This chemical exfoliant is good news for oily, acne-prone skin. Apart from being a great spot treatment for banishing acne, this beta-hydroxy acid also has powerful exfoliating properties that help improve early signs of ageing.

Being oil-soluble in nature, salicylic acid gets deeper into your greasy pores and prevents it from getting clogged. Whether it is a serum or an exfoliant, salicylic acid can be your oily skin’s best friend.

 

Vitamin C

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If you’re big on skincare, you’d know that vitamin C is one ingredient that has gained momentum of late. This powerful antioxidant protects your skin from free radical damage.

Your skin is exposed to heat, pollution, dust, grime and gunk on a regular basis. If you become a regular with vitamin C serums, you’ll probably see a big difference in the texture of your skin. Apart from protecting your skin from environmental aggressors, vitamin C also helps brighten your skin tone.

 

Niacinamide

Niacinamide

Niacinamide is a multi-tasking skincare ingredient that targets a lot of concerns at one time. A form of Vitamin B3, Niacinamide helps treat uneven skin tone, calms redness, irritation, inflammation and minimizes the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

This anti-ageing ingredient helps rebuild skin cells while protecting it from environmental stressors such as heat, pollution and other toxins. Using niacinamide in your skincare routine can help retain moisture and keep your skin smooth and moisturised.

Fatema Habib

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