Don't Buy Anti Aging Natural Products Unless They Meet These Criteria

There's no question that anti aging natural products work better than cheap products that contain synthetic ingredients and byproducts from different industries. But all anti aging natural products are still not created equal. Get creams or lotions that meet these guidelines and you'll be on the fast road to smoother and more youthful skin.

CRITERIA #1. The best anti aging natural products will contain POTENT ingredients in EFFECTIVE amounts.

I learned this the hard way. Just because a product is made with all-natural ingredients does not necessarily mean it will be effective. It can even contain all the best ingredients known to man and it is still not guaranteed to work.

In order to be truly effective, anti-wrinkle creams and lotions need to contain HIGH CONCENTRATIONS of key ingredients. Some companies will only include minimal amounts of certain ingredients just to add it to the label, so be careful when choosing the products you are going to use.

CRITERIA #2. The company that makes anti aging natural products should have them thoroughly tested to determine their effectiveness.

Think of it this way: In order to really understand how effective a product is, doesn't a company need to conduct clinical trials with it first? If there is no testing being done, then how can they really know that it's effective? It's also smart to check and see if a company both tests their products internally and through a third-party in order to guarantee the results are legitimate.

CRITERIA #3. Anti aging natural products should contain ingredients that address the three major causes of skin aging signs.

This is probably the most important criteria of them all. Without addressing the major causes of wrinkles, fine lines, and sagging skin, there's no way that you can have smoother and more youthful skin. The three most important causes anti aging natural products should target are:

*The loss of firmness and elasticity due to a decrease in collagen and elastin protein.

*Free radical damage caused by UV radiation, poor nutrition, pollution, and other sources of oxidative stress.

*Decreased moisture retention due to diminishing hyaluronic acid levels.