Naturally Anti-Aging Ingredients

While some of the best anti-aging components have been created in a lab, health-minded consumers are now looking for more natural solutions to their skin concerns. There are a wide variety of natural options that deliver the same anti-aging benefits without exposing delicate skin to potentially toxic chemicals and preservatives. Join us as we at Advanced Biotech take a look at natural ingredients that are delivering powerful, anti-aging benefits to consumers.



                Berries, especially dark berries such as blueberries, raspberries, and blackberries, are packed with powerful antioxidants that promote the generation of healthy skin cells and protect the body from disease. Berries are also naturally rich in vitamin C, a popular ingredient in skincare that is known for brightening dull skin, fading acne scars, and improving skin elasticity. Found in moisturizers, serums, and everything in between, berries not only smell great but effectively improve skin tone and the appearance of fine lines.



                The unsung hero of the super fruit category, papaya is a seriously underrated ingredient that contains a cocktail of vitamins that have been proven to reduce signs of aging, such as wrinkles, dark spots and enlarged pores. Rich in vitamins A, C and E, papaya also contains alpha-hydroxy acids or AHAs, which are a main ingredient in many pricey anti-aging skincare products. Papayas are often found as an ingredient in moisturizers or skin peels in which they can successfully tighten and brighten the skin.



                Good for more than just a morning pick-me-up, matcha green tea is packed with powerful antioxidants that make it the ideal ingredient for naturally preventing signs of aging. Its main benefits include soothing and protecting the skin, reduces sebum which causes skin to be oily, and minimizes signs of aging. Suitable even for sensitive skin, matcha green tea is often found in serums and face masks and has been used as a natural ingredient in skincare for centuries.


Those consumers looking for clean label, natural skincare products will find no shortage of options as health and wellness trends continue to shape the cosmetics industry.