The Next Best Thing To Botox
By Sharon Bell
Drinking 8 to 10 glasses of water a day to maintain beautiful and healthy skin is not enough. Experts say you also need an anti-aging moisturizer.
But choosing a good moisturizer for your face can be hard in a jungle filled with all kinds of products. As a rule of thumb, the richer the cream in terms of concentration and texture, the better it is for your skin. Unfortunately, it also means that it might be a little greasier, harder to apply and probably less aesthetically pleasing. Still, there has been a lot of progress in this area and you can now find non-greasy creams that are easy to apply yet extremely potent to make you look younger.
A good facial moisturizer should be rich in essential fatty acids and oils, vitamins and minerals, nutrients, botanical extracts, and antioxidants which help prevent skin damage caused by the sun, pollutants and other harmful environmental elements. Here are some ingredients you should look for when shopping for facial moisturizers.
Green Tea Extract