When it comes to skin care the ingredients count. That’s why LifeCell products use Deanol. LifeCell deanol skin care creams use Deanol because of it’s promising aid in all things anti aging. Learn more on how Deanol (sometimes refered to as DMAE) is a skin care miracle.
Deanol skin care products are rampantly taking charge of the anti aging market. LifeCell Deanol skin care is one of these product lines that uses Deanol to help with anti aging your skin. Here are some FAQ’s and interesting facts on using Deanol in your skin care products.
Topical Deanol or DMAE has often been called “the facelift in a jar.” To understand the benefits of LifeCell deanol skin care it is important to distinguish between topical agents that reduce the appearance of wrinkles and the ones that reduce facial sag. Skin care that reduces wrinkles has been around for awhile. It has been consistently shown to reduce the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in some people. On the other hand, none of the well known topical agents has been proven to reverse facial sag. This is unfortunate because a sagging face is arguably a more prominent sign of aging than wrinkles. Sagging skin is arguably a serious sign of aging and reducing it is an important part of anti aging skin care.
Can DMAE Help Anti Age?
DMAE may be the first agent proven in a study to have at least some positive effect on facial sag. DMAE is short for dimethylaminoethanol, a naturally occurring substance that facilitates the synthesis of a neurotransmitter acetylcholine. DMAE also may stimulate the synthesis of phosphatidylcholine, an important component of cell membranes. Interestingly, DMAE is far better known and researched as a “smart drug” than a skin tightening product. In a number of studies, DMAE has been shown to reduce age-related decline in cognitive ability and memory. It was also found to modestly increase life span of laboratory animals. An intriguing finding in some DMAE studies was that it reduced the accumulation of lipofuscin deposits inside cells. Lipofuscin is a cellular pigment consisting of aggregated chunks of molecular waste. It tends to occur in the cells of older people. It is likely that lipofuscin is not simply a byproduct of aging but also contributes to the aging process.
The DMAE-skin connection is less researched. It has been demonstrated that DMAE causes some degree of skin tightening. However, despite speculation it remains unclear how DMAE firms the skin — whether by stabilizing the membranes, boosting acetylcholine, reducing lipofuscin deposits or none of the above. Whatever the mechanism, the effect of DMAE is often noticeable. Even though DMAE can’t fully reverse the existing facial sag, it may reduce its further progression. Some people report a cumulative effect with continued use of DMAE.
Another issue is whether topical DMAE is safe. On one hand, it has been extensively used in skin care since the 90s without widespread reports of obvious skin damage. This makes major toxicity of commonly used strengths unlikely. However, this does not rule out a possibility of low-level skin damage. A 2007 study published in the British Journal of Dermatology raised concerns about DMAE’s potential to damage skin cells.
Deanol Skin Care Products
So now that you have caught up on how Deanol can help your skin what skin care products can provide Deanol? LifeCell Deanol skin care line offers a quality anti aging cream that includes Deanol as one of its famed ingredients. All of the ingredients in the LifeCell cream come together to form a super anti aging blend. Deanol is one of the key ingredients and it is sure to provide improvement to your skin.
Here is more information on DMAE anti aging benefits.