Natural Fine Line Fillers

While it s easy to get the two confused, fine lines are actually not the same as wrinkles. Wrinkles come from muscle contractions under the skin, while fine lines are much shallower in depth and are the result of photo aging and the first signs of premature aging in the face. Because of this difference in depth and cause, fine lines are typically easier to deal with than wrinkles. And the good news is there are plenty of private label skincare ingredients that are fantastic for helping with the appearance of fine lines.

Perhaps one of the most popular private label skincare ingredients for fine lines is botanical hyaluronic acid. This is because it has the unique ability to attract and hold on to up to 1000x its own weight in water. This results in skin that look and feels ultra hydrated, ultra dewy and ultra plump, which is great news if you struggle with the appearance of fine lines. It is also able to adjust the amount of water it attracts to itself based on the humidity of the environment.

Another private label skincare ingredient that you can use is vitamin C. Vitamin C is known for its ability to help improve the overall appearance and feel of the skin. The great thing about a really high quality vitamin C is that it not only helps with the look of future fine lines, but actually goes to work helping the skin in the present. In a way, then, it turns back the clock so that your skin can look and feel younger, fresher, smoother and brighter.

Regular exfoliation helps with the appearance of fine lines as well, and the best way to do it is to use AHA s. AHA s are different organic acids that come from things like apples, milk and sugar cane. They can be used in high concentrations for things like chemical peels, or in low concentrations for gentle exfoliation. AHA s work because not only do they help with regular, surface level exfoliation of dead skin cells, they also help the skin feel soft, plump and juicy instead of being buried under a buildup of old and dead skin cells.

You can find all three of these ingredients in private label skincare products that range from serums to washes to masks and even moisturizers. Find your favorite, mix and match. Whatever you do, use them. They work.

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