(BOSTON) – A new discovery in the skincare industry is causing many big name cosmetic companies to re-think their approach to anti-aging treatment formulas. An MIT-trained scientist in Boston had been trying to perfect the formula for the most effective anti-aging skin treatment when she had a shocking realization. It wasn’t one formula that she should be working toward, it was multiple formulas.
She made this realization as she began to wonder: should I be focusing on using the same ingredients in a skincare cream for a 55-year-old woman, that her 30-year-old daughter would use? The answer, she concluded, was no. It’s so evident that our skin composition changes as we age, but yet no other skincare line had introduced an age-specific product line. She set out to solve this problem.
4 Unique Formulas
After months of formulating, she came up with the final products. Not one, but four separate anti-aging regimens had been carefully formulated, each with the needs of that specific age range in mind. For women in their 20s, she formulated a treatment cream focused on protecting the skin from free radical damage that often comes with their hectic lifestyles and constant sun exposure. Women in their 30s, however, need to be more wary of the fact that their collagen and elastin levels are beginning to decline, and therefore need a treatment that’s going to help stimulate the production of those levels and help even skin tone. Women really begin to experience noticeable dryness in their skin once they hit their 40s, so this formula contains ingredients aimed at hydrating skin to help increase firmness and elasticity.
Finally, and most importantly, women in their 50s+ truly need a unique formula, since this is the time in their lives when their hormonal changes send their skin into overdrive. As a result, wrinkles gain definition, skin becomes even drier and thinner, and the need to stimulate new collagen and elastin is dire. The formulation for 50s+ focuses mainly on decreasing the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, hydrating the skin at optimum levels, and reinforcing the skin’s natural immunity.
To test her theory, the MIT-trained scientist set up a consumer study consisting of 80 women between the ages of 21 and 69. None had ever previously used an age-specific treatment system. Women were grouped into the following age groups: 20s, 30s, 40s, and 50s+. Each woman was provided with a unique, age-specific treatment cream. Every two weeks, participants were surveyed and photographed to measure the changes they were seeing in their skin.
Within the first two weeks, 70% of women noticed an increase in their skin’s hydration. Incredibly, over 40% of women already noticed a decrease in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles in just two weeks. The age-specific treatment approach helped women in their 20s hydrate and protect their skin, while women in their 50s saw increased radiance and a decrease in their fine lines and wrinkles.
- Decreased appearance of fine lines and wrinkles
- Increased Hydration
- Reduced Redness
- Increased Radiance
- Improved Elasticity
By the end of the study, none of the women reported any irritation or negative side effects during their 8 weeks of use. 100% of women were reporting increased hydration and radiance in their skin. For women in their 50s, 100% reported they would recommend the product to friends.
The Final Product
With these remarkable results, the MIT-trained scientist created the first age-specific anti-aging skincare line, Stages of Beauty. If you’re tired of looking your age, then you owe it to yourself to experience the benefits of age-specific skincare.
Update: Readers of Consumer Wellbeing are now eligible to receive a risk-free 14-day sample of Stages of Beauty. Just select the product that has been perfectly formulated for your age and discover the difference that age-based skincare can make.
You can also order by visiting www.StagesOfBeauty.com.