The definition of skincare is “the use of cosmetics to care for the skin”. Cosmetics' purpose is to modify the appearance, maintain the status, beautify or clean body's areas. According to this definition, they do really work!  However, if you expect a cosmetic to modify a physiological process, it's not going to happen.  Aging skin happens because of science, so naturally, anti-aging as a practice should also be based in science. An anti-aging product’s entire value lies in the nature and quality of ingredients, the composition of the formula, and how it behaves on your skin. 

Now that you know your skin type, and want to incorporate some kind of skincare routine. It’s important to be your most skeptical self when it comes to shopping for your skincare products. Stick with ingredients that are tried, true, and scientifically backed. While a few basic skincare ingredients have become household names, thanks to the fast-pace of cosmetic research, favorites like Vitamin C and Retinol are now accompanied by new combination ingredients. If you’re struggling to translate the 'mumbo jumbo' on product labels, here are some common skincare ingredients you’re bound to run into:
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