Considering Botox? Rejuvenate Your Skin the Natural Way Instead

Ageing is a fact of life, and as our older loved ones have shown us, it can be done with beauty and grace. More and more people are jumping on the Botox wagon, however at this stage, the long term effects of Botox use haven’t been well established. We can’t even be certain that our facial structures will support long term use of Botox.

There is a strong rumour that some of the mature Hollywood beauties such as Meryl Streep have decided not to take up the Botox option. Botox does not hydrate the skin – it simply freezes the muscle function. It is possible to help your skin look young and hydrated without opting for cosmetic surgery or invasive procedures.

Skin care products that contain ingredients such as the incredible peptides Matrixyl 3000, and Argireline and Vitamin E are considered a safe option when it comes to helping reduce wrinkle depth and improve tissue repair. These products are non-invasive and non-surgical, yet can do wonders when it comes to skin hydration and rejuvenation. Not only can they help boost collagen production, but elastin levels too, ensuring that your skin is able to look its best without the need for costly and risky surgical intervention.

While women of all generations have worried about the effects of ageing, it’s only recently that women have begun to fight its every sign with such fervent vigour, and even desperation. Our laugh lines and smile lines are a part of us, and represent the wonderful lives we’ve lived. While it’s perfectly normal to want to reduce the ageing effects of sun damage, it’s madness to try to completely erase our history from our faces.

Opting for natural skin care products over surgical procedures means that we can look our best, and do so in the way that nature intended. We usually consider our faces as the most important part of our appearance so it doesn’t make sense to take unnecessary risks with skin care and beauty.

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  1. Charlene - June 2, 2012 at 5:56 am

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