New York, NY (PRWEB) October 10, 2012
Although society has valued appearance and beauty throughout history, Americans are becoming more intrigued with plastic surgery and anti-aging options as they grow older. However, a recent article from The Los Angeles Times reveals that skin care is a task that requires special attention, no matter what the age of the individuals. The article offers a series of skin care tips to several different age groups, specifically those in their 20s, 30s, 40s, 50s and 60s. It reveals that although skin care has remained a prevalent topic in medical trends, many people are unsure of when they should start to follow certain regimens or treatments, such as those that involve plastic surgery. As a company that has developed a topical anti-aging system, Nue Science believes that it is essential for all age groups to take care of their skin, but to also take caution before pursuing expensive plastic surgery procedures.
According to the article, the first step anyone should take when considering a skin care regimen is to address sun damage. Beverly Hills dermatologist Dr. Simon Ourian states, “In your 20s, wearing sunblock is the most important step you can take to prevent sun damage that leads to fine lines and wrinkles.” In agreement, Nue Science notes that the sun is one of the most powerful elements that can affect how skin looks as we age.
In a recent press statement, Nue Science adds, “Although constant exposure to UV rays is associated with speeding up the aging process, it is possible to take protection against the sun. In addition, the Nue Science Cell Revival™ is designed especially to help curb the effects caused by aging.” As part of the three-part system, the Nue Science Cell Revival™ Age Defense Moisturizer also works to protect against sun exposure by using Broad Spectrum SPF as a key ingredient.
The article also pays a lot of attention to how bodies respond to the natural aging process. It reveals that women in their 40s, and possibly 30s, may start to notice increased wrinkle lines. Hormonal changes then typically cause a dramatic loss of elasticity as women enter their 50s. Such rapid progression is meant to encourage individuals to take care of the skin more intensively in their younger years, as the article suggests, “If you haven't take care of your skin regularly on your way to your 60s, you may have to consider more aggressive measures.”
Although plastic surgery is one of the more “aggressive options,” Nue Science believes those facing signs of aging thoroughly research their options before committing to a surgical procedure. The company adds that as topical creams and research advance, more and more individuals are able to treat signs of aging without expensive, invasive surgery.
Nue Science Cell Revival is a complete topical anti-aging system designed by a team of skincare professionals including Lovely Laban, ARNP, and authority in the fields of aesthetics and cosmetic dermatology. Cell Revival is formulated to prevent and repair common symptoms of aging including wrinkles, brown spots and sagging skin.