If you’ve looked for a good anti-wrinkle cream or moisturizer recently you’ll have noticed you have a choice. A pretty wide choice. There are anti-wrinkle creams for every skin type. There are creams that remove the lines from around your eyes. There are fine line erasers, and wrinkle erasers. Organic, not organic, natural, not tested on animals, tested on animals…. Your problem is not lack of choice but quite the opposite. How do you choose the right skin care products for you from such a wide selection?

Choosing the right type of skin care product is as much about ensuring it contains all the right vitamins and minerals to revitalize your skin as anything else. The topical application of these nutrients has been shown to be just as effective as they are when they’re part of your diet.

The vitamins that you should be looking for in your skin cream are the vitamins A, C, E, and K. If you know your vitamins, you’ll spot that these all play an important role as antioxidants in the body. As free radical damage is one of the leading causes of age-related skin changes, it stands to reason that a good topical anti-aging product will contain these valuable nutrients. Free radicals also contribute to cellular and DNA damage, and to some types of cancers.

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Vitamin A, also known as retinol, is a popular addition to skin care products because it stimulates new skin cell production. It’s also required for good eye, immune, and reproductive system health but the skin in particular is very retinoid responsive. However, most products that contain retinol also advise against using it daily as it can cause dry skin, although this advice is often ignored!

Vitamin C helps improve the production of collagen in your skin, which in turn produces a plumper, firmer appearance that smooths away fine line and wrinkles. It’s also a very powerful antioxidant, which boosts its skin restorative properties.

Vitamin E is a potent free radical scavenger (antioxidant) that plays an important role in protecting your skin from UV damage. In combination with vitamin K, it can help reduce scarring and stretch marks. It may also act as a nutrient when applied topically, providing your skin with added nutritional benefits, and help treat dry skin.

Vitamin K is required for blood clotting, which in turn heals injuries that involve broken blood vessels (surgery, bruising, cuts, scratches etc). It’s also used to improve spider veins, scars, and stretch marks as well as reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles.

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You don’t have to let wrinkles control your life. A good skin care cream like Shark Tank miracle moisturizer combined with a healthy diet and lifestyle, can work wonders for your skin. Combine it with a good daily skin care routine that includes cleansing, toning, and exfoliating, and your skin will look years younger. The Shark Tank product was introduced in the Shark Tank skincare cream episode.