How to Find the Right Face Lotion to Reduce Age Spots

When you are shopping for a face lotion to reduce age spots, you really need to read the label of ingredients. As with other cosmetics, there are good ingredients that should be in all of your skincare products. But, there are also many bad ones. You want to avoid those at all costs. Here’s a look at what’s good and bad in the cosmetic industry.

Sunscreens

The notion of adding sunscreen to cosmetics has been recommended as a way to reduce the risk of skin cancer. There is actually no reason to believe that this is beneficial. The best way to reduce your risk of skin cancer is to stay in the shade or use a zinc oxide sun-block. Those steps will also “help” a face lotion reduce age spots, over time.

Some of the sunscreens that are included in moisturizers and women’s makeup are very ineffective. There is reason to believe that sunscreens like oxybenzone and benzophenone actually cause damage to DNA strands, which makes them probable carcinogens. So, those are ingredients that you do not want in your skincare products.

There is at least one line of women’s natural makeup that contains zinc oxide. If the troublesome spot is on your face, you may want to consider wearing that type of makeup. Zinc oxide is not included in moisturizers, because it doesn’t disappear.

Hydroquinone

Hydroquinone is a popular ingredient, because it inhibits melanin production and overproduction of melanin is what actually causes age spots in the first place. The only problem with hydroquinone is that it may contribute to skin cancer. It has been banned in several countries for that reason.

You can get a face lotion to reduce age spots that does not contain hydroquinone, yet still inhibits melanin production. The ingredient to look for is Extra-pone nut-grass or “Motha” root. It is produced by a German manufacturer, but can be found in some of the better whitening creams. Just be aware that it is very effective. So, it could lighten the area more than you would like.

Ubiquinone—Coenzyme Q10

Chemical names can be very confusing. Hydroquinone and ubiquinone are not chemically related, but the names are similar enough to cause confusion. Whereas hydroquinone may contribute to skin cancer, ubiquinone is the skin’s natural protectant against free radical damage, which is one of the things that can turn a health cell into a cancerous one.

Ubiquinone is commonly referred to as coenzyme Q10. Can a face lotion reduce age spots if it contains coenzyme Q10? At high concentrations, creams containing coenzyme Q10 have been shown to repair sun damage, which is the usual cause of overproduction of melanin.

The Protein Keratin

The bioactive form of the protein keratin has many anti-aging benefits, including increased amounts of l-glutathione in the skin’s cells and increased production of new cells. If you want a face lotion to reduce age spots, quickly, you want to look for the protein keratin. You’ll be surprised at how quickly it works.

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