Do you think that anti-ageing products work at all?

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  1. telltale profile image72
    telltaleposted 8 years ago

    Do you think that anti-ageing products work at all?

    Is it necessary to use anti-ageing products?  Or, is it better to have a good diet over the years, so that the ageing process in a person will slow down?  What do you think?

  2. Jezhug profile image40
    Jezhugposted 8 years ago

    I have about 15 years of Pharmacy training.

    Most of the anti-ageing products on the market strip away the top layer of skin, therefore giving the appearance of young skin. I would go for the good diet over the years wink

  3. MickS profile image67
    MickSposted 8 years ago

    No, they don't work, they are only necessary for the vain who have more money than sense, and a good diet with exercise will always win hands down for any form better health and looks.

  4. keepitnatural profile image68
    keepitnaturalposted 8 years ago

    I have to agree with MickS & Jezhug, plenty of chlorophyll found in green veg. & fruit, when eaten raw, is one of the best ways to achieve a more youthful appearance & of course it benefits the body inside too.
    As far as anti-aging products go, I would just stick to natural products for use on the skin as the chemicals contained in most of the expensive products by big brand names do more harm than good anyway. They are just a con really & as long as you keep your skin moisturised, say with a moisturiser composed of natural ingrediants & eat well you should get far better results.
    See my hub, Chlorophyll - the mysterious benefits to health & spirituality: http://hubpages.com/hub/Chlorophyll-the … irituality

  5. Ednanoidx profile image54
    Ednanoidxposted 8 years ago

    Sometimes, it works best with range of anti-aging product. But, somehow, you need to know how to slow down the aging process naturally without depending on this stuff. For example, you can avoid too much sugar in your diet, stop smoking, stay slim, enough sleep and so on.

    Read more on how to slow the aging process here: http://ednanoidx.blogspot.com/2010/12/c … ocess.html

  6. ingelaj profile image60
    ingelajposted 8 years ago

    I disagree with most here. I don't see it as an either or, because there are a lot of bad skin care products out there, then there are some really great ones.

    But I would look at it more in terms of steps. For example, you don't want to buy skin care products but not take care of your diet.

    You should first start with the fundamentals, so eat a healthy diet, exercise, get rid of stress, and all those good things.

    Then if you have the money, and if you've done everything else right, I would consider natural anti aging products that have been proven safe, effective, and pure.

    And you can always use natural things to take care of your skin, such as jojoba oil, olive oil, or coconut oil (one of my favorites).

    Hope this helps! smile

  7. danny_007 profile image60
    danny_007posted 8 years ago

    However, anti aging skin care products should be used only as a supplement to the natural ways of skin and body care. So, drinking a lot of water, getting a good night sleep, exercising regularly, maintaining healthy eating habits and keeping stress at bay are essential means of delaying the aging process. No anti aging skin care product can replace them really...Learn more... http://www.womens-beauty-products.info

  8. Dr irum profile image58
    Dr irumposted 8 years ago

    Yes anti aging products can work if its natural products ,some synthetic but branded products also work but it has lot side effects so avoid it and go for natural herbal products ,in fact  there is lot of fruits and vegetable having anti aging qualities just like cucumber , carrot juice application on face ,aloe vera application , all these have immediate effects .

  9. Wilsonsorin2011 profile image58
    Wilsonsorin2011posted 7 years ago

    No , it is not true about anti aging products,for more detail about the anti-aging products please visit-http://www.healthbeauty4u.co.uk/Anti_aging

  10. profile image51
    watson mariaposted 6 years ago

    No it is not necessary to use anti aging products but I m using anti aging products last 2 years and I can say that they are working definitely. For those who are willing to use anti aging products I would like to suggest them to White Lotus Anti Aging UK ( www.whitelotusantiaging.co.uk)

 
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