Many of us are familiar with the idea that bypassing certain facial expressions like smiling or frowning can also help prevent wrinkles. However, the truth of the matter is that our day-to-day facial expressions may be a much smaller factor in contributing to wrinkles than is commonly thought. As a matter of fact, according to Penn Medicine, “Wrinkles, which are a result of aging skin and volume loss, are completely natural.” Although natural, the thought of looking older than you are is not exactly an appealing notion to most people. That is when Lawrens Anti-Wrinkle Cream can come into play.
As skin ages, it can become more sensitive and, the body in general, grows more susceptible to aging joints and bones. Lawrens has kept that in mind by creating a formula with four pivotal ingredients: Vitamin E, collagen, hyaluronic acid, and Shea butter. Working in conjunction, these four components help protect, moisturize, and restore flexibility and smoothness to the skin. Vitamin E, in particular, is an antioxidant that helps support the immune system, cell function, and skin health.
The type of collagen used in Lawrens skincare regimen is marine collagen, which just so happens to be the most environmentally sustainable source of collagen there is. To be more specific, marine collagen is a protein obtained from the skin of saltwater fish, including cod and salmon. Already widely used in the Far East, marine collagen-based products have proven to be highly beneficial in slowing the effects of aging by preventing or even repairing the damage caused by environmental factors, such as ultraviolet rays and low humidity.
Hyaluronic acid is a substance that is already found in the body naturally, abundant in the joints and eyes. It can help reduce the visibility of fine lines and wrinkles by retaining moisture in the skin, thereby establishing a plumping effect. How is this advantageous in the long run? Well, when the skin is properly protected and hydrated, it permits the body to increase cell production because another necessity—that is to say, hydration—has already been dealt with. This, in turn, promotes plumper skin cells.
Shea butter has similarly moisturizing results, with the added bonus that it strengthens the elasticity of the skin. It also aids in restoring shine, while being quickly absorbed into the skin. For those who suffer from acne, Shea butter might prove to be something of a saving grace, for it is rich in different kinds of fatty acids. This unique composition helps clear your skin of excess oil and stabilizes the natural balance of oils in your skin.
To sum things up, Lawrens Anti-Wrinkle Cream has a whole host of properties that remain timeless no matter your age. After all, skin is the largest organ of the human body. It should not be recklessly neglected. As such, Lawrens Anti-Wrinkle Cream ensures that the protection of your skin remains a priority, instead of an afterthought.
written by Yvette Vega
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