When we are young, skincare and slowing down/reducing the signs of ageing are a priority. As we age this changes and we begin to focus on reducing the appearance which isn’t always easy. I have tried so many great anti-ageing products there, and there are so many more out there to discover.
Friends and family have visited the USA and brought back all manner of great beauty goodies. Because of this, when I came across USA based Solvaderm that makes a range of beauty products I wanted to find out more.
Solvaderm’s products are formulated by a team of renowned dermatologists and skincare experts. Their products are 100% paraben free. Packaging is airless which reduces the breakdown of constituents due to oxygenation (exposure to oxygen).
This is a concentrated anti-wrinkle treatment that can be used in skin types at all ages. It’s an all-rounder helping to reduce the appearance of fine lines, firm, moisturise, improve tone and restore the skin’s glow. This product is a top seller on the site which makes me want to try it even more.
Acetyl Hexapeptide -8 – Dramatically reduces the appearance of wrinkles.
Dipeptide Diaminobutyroyl Benzylamide Diacetate – Reduces the appearance of wrinkles caused by repetitive muscle contractions (frown lines, laughter lines, crows feet).
Palmitoyl Oligopeptide – Increases skin’s elasticity, making it stronger and more resistant to damage.
Pentapeptide-3 & Palmitoyl Tetrapeptide -7 (Matrixyl 3000) – Stimulates the production of elastin and hyaluronic acid which plump and reduce the appearance of wrinkles.
Malus Domestica Fruit Cell Culture – Protects the stem cells found in human skin which are important for healing. Makes skin appear more youthful.
Simmondsia Chinensis (Jojoba) Seed Oil – Non-greasy, nourishing moisturiser that prevents excess oil production and makes skin softer and suppler.
Prunus Armeniaca (Apricot) Kernel Oil – Non-greasy, moisturiser.
Squalane – Improve skin texture, hydrates, and locks in moisture.
Hyaluronic Acid – Plumps and moisturises thus reducing the appearance of wrinkles and making the skin look smoother.
This highly concentrated eye cream firms, soothes and moisturises the delicate skin around the eyes and is something I am in desperate need of. It contains Hyaluronic Acid, Prunus Armeniaca and Squalane just like the anti-wrinkle cream.
Other Active Constituents also include:
Phytonadione – A form of vitamin K which speeds up the rate of healing and repair. This works wonders on bruising and reduces the appearance of dark circles around the eyes. It boosts skin elasticity making the skin appear firmer and minimising the visibility of wrinkles and fine lines.
Arnica Montana Extract – Fabulous for healing as we all know it also displays anti-inflammatory properties to help improve the appearance of the skin under the eyes. It accelerates the skin’s natural recovery and renewal process following exposure to a variety of potentially damaging environmental stressors.
The list goes on, but all direct their healing and regenerative abilities towards the eye tissue to facilitate healing and improve the structure of the skin and of course the skin’s appearance.
Last but not least on my wishlist is:
This fast-acting serum restores skin damage, reduces the appearance of wrinkles and noticeably lightens hyperpigmented areas. Its lightweight formula nourishes skin while the various constituents promote collagen and protein synthesis to improve skin structure.
Sounds great, doesn’t it? I bet you want to give that a go now too.
I am intrigued by this having won Brands Best Top Skin Care Product in 2018!
It has a superb cocktail of ingredients that are great to improve skin appearance such as a popular favourite Hyaluronic Acid.
Other Active Constituents also include:
Ferulic Acid – A proven antioxidant. This fights free radicals preventing damage to the skin structure.
Ascorbic Acid (Vitamin C) – Another potent antioxidant. This plays a role in collagen synthesis improving skin structure including plumping the skin to reduce the appearance of fine lines. This also plays a role in reducing hyperpigmentation and giving skin a more even, more radiant tone.
Alpha Tocopherol (Vitamin E) – Prevents the development of scars and age spots and improves skin hydration.
Niacinamide (Vitamin B3) – Reduces the appearance of age spots and skin discoloration resulting in a more flawless complexion.
Panthenol (Vitamin B5) – Rejuvenates, plumps, heals and hydrates the skin.
Which do you think I should try first, or should I buy them all and hide the bill from the other half?
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