Throughout the years there have been many developments to cure or rather curb the process of aging. Scientists, Health Researchers and Technologists have discovered new finds, ingredients emerging technologies to formulate a product that will work to prevent aging and even now the talk of reverse-aging. From capsules to serums, laser treatments, injections and fillers, the search goes on to preserve and prevent aging.
During the 70’s: Many people were already aware of the importance of supplements as part of a health measure for healthier skin and overall well-being, companies began to introduce variants in vitamin and mineral supplements which were available in pharmacies and consumer stores.
The 80’s: Marks the introduction of placenta extract, although some were sceptical due to its rarity and nature of its source, there were still many people who took these products to keep a younger looking skin.
In the 90’s: Collagen became the trend and up to until today is used in many products from fillers, injections to creams and drinks which are sold around the world.
2000’s: Stem cell reign’s and is still a favourite formula in the anti-aging industry. Advanced research discovers, how its regenerative abilities is able to produce new cells to upkeep long term youthfulness through cell replacement and repair.
Today: The search goes on, scientists and beauty specialist are constantly on the lookout for new discoveries and techniques to prevent the aging process. ‘HA’ (Hyaluronic Acid) is essentially an important element which works well to keep our skin and overall body healthy and hydrated, leading to a supple complexion. Its’ amazing ability to hold water up to 1000 more than its own weight is just a tip of the ice-berg of what more amazing benefits this ingredient has, Click here to find out more on ‘HA’.
Who knows what awaits us in the near future. There are already brands in the market which are talking about reverse aging. The future see’s great potential in the health and beauty industry, I wander what’s next in years to come.