If you are buying anti-aging cosmetics, then you obviously want them to work. You do not want your skin to just appear better, you want it to actually be better. Here’s where DDF skin care cosmeceuticals can help you.
Cosmeceuticals are biologically active ingredients that help your damaged skin to revitalize and heal itself. Cosmeceuticals promise the strength of medicine, but without the requirement of a prescription.
But do not take the term “cosmeceuticals” at face value. Just because a bottle or jar says “cosmeceuticals” does not mean that you will get any results worth writing home about. This is the main reason that the more reputable companies will back up their claims and their cosmeceutical product with hard evidence in the form of clinical trials.
A good way of testing analyzing a cosmeceutical product is to check the ingredients. It should contain loads of vitamins, anitoxidants, amino acids and minerals. But this is not enough. Make sure you get a good look at the clinical trials too. This data will help you gauge whether or not the product will work for you.
Reputed manufacturers will usually have an expert on board when developing a cosmeceutical. The expert is a board certified dermatologist who is in on the process every step of the way. If the cosmeceuticals does not have an expert on board, do not buy it.
Try to find a cosmeceutical that offers complete skin repair. Most cosmeceuticals only target specific areas of the face like fine lines around the eyes. Look around for a complete range of cosmeceuticals for your entire skin care regime.
Lastly, remember that cosmeceuticals are topical. This means that they are creams and lotions that can be applied directly on the skin, but cannot and should not be ingested. So if the directions for use say that it should be taken orally, then it is not a cosmeceutical.