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Published on Nov 18, 2010
Aging of the skin occurs as a result of sun exposure, smoking and pollution. There are a myriad of anti- aging therapies touted to reverse the signs of sun damage. Do they work? Dr. Debra Price, Miami dermatologist discusses a variety of cosmaceutical anti-aging ingredients. She says, the jury is still out on coenzyme Q and other antioxidant ingredients. Her conclusion then and now is that retinol is still the best over the counter anti- aging ingredient. She also says that wearing a broad spectrum sunscreen daily is a must. In addition, the order of ingredients listed in a skin care product is important. If an active ingredient is on the bottom of the list, it is probably present in too low a concentration to really make a difference. She also reminds us that the people behind skin care sales counters are sales personnel. They are there to sell you skin care products, so do your homework.