Anti Aging Tip  Anti Aging Ingredients You Should Never Mix

Anti Aging Tip Anti Aging Ingredients You Should Never Mix


Anti-aging ingredients you should NEVER
mix or layer. So that is the topic we are talking about today. So, if you haven’t
been to our channel, that’s-, we’ve been doing a whole series on anti-aging, and
if you have oily skin or Acne, we also have a playlist on that, as well as how
to take care of your eyelash extensions. So today we’re going to talk about:
Anti-aging ingredients that you should NEVER mix. So if you haven’t watched any
of my last videos, I’m always talking about the pH of products. And so we’re
going to talk about today not only the anti-aging ingredients that you should
never mix but also why you should not mix them. So stay tuned for that. And if
you stay on ’til later part of the video, I will actually be giving you a BONUS. So
stay with us because we are going to include a link that you guys can click
on to receive the ingredients list of what you should never combine on your
skin. So, I had mentioned before that I’m always talking about pH. So when a
cosmetic chemist or a team of cosmetic chemists get together to create a
product for a specific skincare line, they-, in an ideal world, they make it so
that it is pH compatible for the next product in their same skincare line.
However, the reality of our world is, is that, you will buy a cleanser from one
company, and then you’ll buy a cream from another company, and so you’re mix-and-matching. So a lot of times when I’m doing a skincare consultation, I will ask
the person, “So how are all these different products working for you?” And a
lot of times the client will say, “Well… I don’t really see a whole lot of
difference, to tell you the truth.” And a lot of times it could be because they’re
using products that neutralize the effects of the ingredients and the
products. And so what we do here is, we understand that not everybody can use
one single skincare line. So I try to get pH compatible products so even though
they may not be able to use all the same things
in the same skincare line, that they can use different products, but still their
pH works with every single product. Because when you mix these ingredients
together, the WORST that can happen is you’ll have dry, irritated, even have
breakouts, inflamed skin, or at BEST, neutralize the efficacy of the products
and you don’t see a whole lot of difference. And when you start talking
about the more expensive serums and eye creams, especially for anti-aging or for
Acne, you’re purchasing them for the quality of the ingredients and then the
efficacy of the product. So when you’re not seeing any differences in your skin,
you’re kind of wondering, okay, what is going on? So you want to make sure that
the pH is correct. Okay, but, before we get into the good and bad ingredients and
what you should mix and not mix, I would really love it if you could hit the
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that you give us a thumbs up. Okay, so here we go. We’re going to jump right
into the ingredients of what to use and what not to use. So here are a few GOOD
combo’s that you can use on your skin. So the first one is Retinol and Glycerin.
Okay? Or if you’re using Retin-A, you can do Retin-A and Glycerin. And the reason
why is because Retinol is a very common anti-aging ingredient. And what it does
is it speeds up the skin cell turnover rate. So what happens when you start
using that, it can dry out the skin. So Glycerin, typically it’s a vegetable-based humectant and it draws moisture from the environment and draws it to
your skin and binds it to your skin. So when one is dehydrating your skin, the
other one is actually increasing your skin’s ability to hold in the moisture.
And the next one is Retinol and Hyaluronic Acid. So it’s kind of the same
thing. Retinol, again like I explained
before, it actually can dehydrate the skin, because it’s speeding up the skin cell
turnover rate, increasing that desquamation rate. And Hyaluronic Acid,
now Hyaluronic Acid typically is gel- based. And so that is a humectant as well,
and it can hold up to a thousand times its weight in water. And that is great
for people who tend to break out easier, because it’s not occlusive, and it is
water-based, and we make it in our own bodies. So no one can be allergic to
Hyaluronic Acid or nobody can break out with Hyaluronic Acid. The next one is
Vitamin C and Vitamin E. Those work great together. So Vitamin C is usually the
more common, the more well-known one. But the reason why they work synergistically
together is because, when the Vitamin C anti-oxidant neutralizes free radicals, it
needs to regenerate itself again to keep fighting that free radical. And that’s
when that Vitamin E steps in, it helps regeneri-, re-, re-energize that Vitamin C
to keep working. Now the next one is well- known with pretty savvy skincare
enthusiasts, and this is Vitamin C and Ferulic Acid. And if you can get
Vitamin C, Vitamin E WITH Ferulic Acid, it is even better. Now Ferulic Acid is
actually a plant-based anti-oxidant and it’s usually derived from rice bran oil.
And what Ferulic Acid does is, one, it stabilizes both the Vitamin C and
Vitamin E, because we all know that Vitamin C is highly oxidative. It breaks
down very quickly when exposed to air, heat, and/or light. So not only does it
stabilize it, but it act-, it actually doubles the photo-aging protection of
sunscreens. And, so that’s why it is a great combination. And this is also
another reason why rice powders work better than your typical translucent
powders. And we will be doing another video on that explaining why. Okay so
here is the list for ingredients that should NEVER mix. So the first one is
Vitamin C and AHA’s. So if you don’t want to, know what AHA’s are, they stand for:
Alpha Hydroxy Acids. And the most common well-known one is Glycolic Acid. Okay? So,
they don’t want you to mix the two together. Because, both of them can
irritate the skin together and make them ineffective, and for more sensitive types,
you’re looking at an acid and an acid together in the molecule, and that can be
irritating to some skin types. So the other one is Vitamin C and Retinol. And
again, for the same reason, both of these can be irritants both together on the
skin. So, because Retinol actually increases the skin cell turnover rate,
thins the skin, your skin may not be able to tolerate the Vitamin C because the
Lipid Barrier may be compromised. Okay so the next one is Retinol, AHA’s, and
Benzoyl Peroxide. So if you’re trying to fight aging, premature fine lines and
wrinkles, AND Acne, and you’re trying to target as many issues as possible,
please don’t do this. So, just don’t layer this on top of each other because your
skin can not only get really dry with Benzoyl Peroxide AND the Retinol, but now
you’re causing an irritation possibly with the AHA. So what you can do is,
you can use them on the same DAY, just don’t layer it on top of each other. So
for example: Let’s say you use your Benzoyl Peroxide during the morning time
and then you use your Retinol or your AHA in the evening. But usually if you’re
starting to combine these three, a lot of my clients will start to see a lot of
irritation, a lot of drying, a lot of inflamed skin. Okay
another one is AHA’s, there’s that AHA’s again, and Niacinamide. And Niacinamide is,
otherwise known as Vitamin B3, it’s also an anti-oxidant. Now because of the low pH
from the AHA’s, this can actually cause the Niacinamide
to turn into Nicotinic Acid, and so we don’t want that to happen, so you want to
avoid these two together. So if this is another instance where you are using two
different serums and you’re laying it on top of each other, you can use the two
different serums but use one during the day, and one during the evening. So option
two is, you can also, if you’re using a toner that balances out pH and actually
increases the efficacy of anti-aging ingredients, another thing that you can
do is you can first put the first serum directly onto dry skin. Wait about 10
minutes or so. So usually, I would probably do Vitamin C first, because it’s
more oxidative, so put that on directly on your skin, wait about 10 minutes. Feel
your skin. If your skin is nice and smooth, then you can do the toner, and
then when your face is completely saturated, you can apply the other serum
on there, and then wait, and then put on your night cream. And again, if you’re
doing a night cream, make sure it’s not Glycolic Acid that has any AHA’s in
them. So if you’re confused about what toner to use exactly with your serums, I
will add a link in the description below that actually helps hydrate your skin,
and it’s pH compatible with a lot of anti-aging ingredients, so you can check
that out. And if you can, if you would like to actually get a LIST of all the
anti-aging ingredients that you should NOT mix together, then there’ll be a link
below where you can get that, we will email that to you as well. And if you can
go ahead and go to the our comments and tell us what is your favorite anti-aging
product or service and why, and we’ll see you in the next video!

Comments

(74 Comments)

  • Go See Christy

    What is your FAVORITE anti aging product or service and WHY?

  • RemainForever Healthy

    Wow. So much great information about the skin and how to take care of it. Vitamin E is really good for the skin. I take it daily.

  • Leanne Weaver

    Who knew it could be so complicated? I make my own anti aging serum with carrier oils like jojoba, rosehip and argan, and essential oils like frankincense, carrot seed and rose. Thanks for the tips!

  • Traci Gibson

    Very informative! Thank you☺

  • Sara Gilbert | Business Strategist & Coach / Stratège d’affaires & Coach

    oh good to know!

  • Kylie Carlson

    I use a Clarins Anti-ageing day and night cream and usually an eye serum.

  • Abbi Winslow

    WOW! I had no idea that sometimes products could cancel each other out or cause damage! So good to know.

  • Lex Ferrante

    I'll start implementing vitamin E with my Vitamin C! Thanks Christy!

  • Kelly Roach

    I really like this video – I never would have thought that mixing products would have an impact on your face overall. Thank you for sharing!

  • The BOLD Stylist

    IS IT ALWAYS A MUST TO STICK TO ONE BRAND?

  • Kate Emiley

    Oh wow this is SO interesting!! I had no idea that some products might be neutralising each other! Thanks so much for this info.

  • AMANDAbolic

    Great Tips!!!

  • Singer Songwriting School

    Ive been fighting with my skin for the last year. I have cystic acne and ended up drying out my skin trying to fight it (and it didn't help anyway!) Now I use Retinol 3 times a week and hyaluronic acid and vitamins C and E daily. I use an organic coconut oil/tea tree oil cleanser. My fine lines have gotten better. My color in general is more even, but this cystic acne is driving me crazy! I've been using an antibiotic gel for the past few weeks, but I don't see any improvement yet. It's frustrating! Do you have any suggestions?

  • Victoria Nicole

    I love how the bonus was something informative instead of something that could possible so span. Nice work and keep it up!

  • High Energy Girl

    Great tips. I use HGH Gel to help me with anti-Aging – plus a keto diet, lots of water, weights, and self care. You are adorable Christy!!!

  • Shaz W

    But rice, especially when milled into a powder, is full of arsenic and therefore highly carcinogenic.

  • dimple kaur

    Vitamin C + hyaluronic acid together is a good combination or not…

  • Treasure with SHEELA

    Treatment and foods fr sunken cheeks, how t enhance collagen production
    Ur views on derma rolling on skin??? Plz make videos on these u are truly amazing with so much of knowledge and it's evident on ur skin

  • Ask Abk

    Can I layer hyaluronic toner then tretinoin gel and lastly a plain moisturiser?

  • gsooo1

    Hi ..I'm just so confused after watching the video.I have 2 serums,1 has aha & vit c in it together & the other one has niacinamide & vit c in it & trust me both are effective.My point is if the combination of these ingredients nullifies their effect then how come the company made that product & its effective as well,as I've got results using them!!

  • loom bandz

    Can you use pure niacinamide alone? Or pure vit a, or pure vit c or pure ferulic acid or pure vit e alone?

  • Jadwiga Sims

    I’m so confused 🤷‍♀️ so I use prescription retinal A also hyaluronic acid and vitamin C please help !! I normally put hyaluronic first then retinal A followed by night cream, morning hyaluronic acid vitamin C day cream is this correct?

  • Jackie Marino

    What a great video! Thank you so much!

  • Paula Lashes!

    I love the content and Christy is a great communicator. Finally info on beauty products that has depth. I learn a lot from these videos. Thank you Dr Christy.

  • uerrange e

    Is it okay to use oils after hyaluronic acid?

  • leovanniesheng

    Loving your channel, its very informative! Thank you 😊

  • Networth assoc

    You’ve got to be the most informative YouTuber out there! I love how detailed you are and use actual science to make your point

  • Amita Omm

    Hi… Very informative video…. Many many thanks to you

  • seemi mistry

    I think my favourite products up-till now r hyaluronic acid and vit C serum

  • S CT

    Good to know i can use H acid with retinoid.

  • Mamta Dutta

    Nice top… beautiful colour.

  • Magi Fedail

    Very knowledgeable, thanks

  • Marina Roberts

    Vitamin C

  • Julia An Snyder

    Great! Just did a purchase of Lxoreal products now that I am 65. No toner… don't I need one in Arizona?

  • Lisa Goldenthal

    I love vitamin C hyaularonic acid and retinol what do you think?

  • Tammy S

    Hi Christy ! I did everything but did not get list .. it took me to your website n that’s it .. please help

  • caribjems

    Hi there. I have now seriously decided to peruse the easthetician path and am so grateful for access to your wealth of information.
    Thank you.

  • Lila Zeep Natuurlijk

    I love your channel!!!

  • cakedecor8

    I LOVE that you have the video notes and lists available for viewers. That makes it much easier for me when I go to the store and restock properly my skin care items properly! The notes and links made me a subscriber! I'll tell my friends about your channel too 🙂

  • Deborah Jiggens

    Thank You… I learned a lot 😍

  • Kathryn Tan

    What is your anti Aging skincare regime ? Thanks

  • Allie Perez

    Can I use tretinoin 0.05 and a collegen cream together? Thank you!

  • Yvonne Bales

    It is deceptive to take a Chinese village far out in the country ..where the people live a long life and say the older guy sais it,s the potatoes…they eat potatoes in Ireland as well…honestly it can,t be just one think that increase longevity it is many things and the whole thing is just a marketing ploy….

  • Jean Duchesneau

    Hi!  Love your videos.  Is Rose Water a good toner?  I have skin on the dry side – not at all oily.  Thanks,  Jeannie 🙂

  • shaily J

    Hi… Nyc Informative video…. So what time of the day do we apply aha cream?? N what tym do we apply vit c serum??

  • Lili Nedelec

    Thank you! Very informative

  • Kia L.

    Has anyone use Sericin Plus products or Forever Flawless products?

  • Jodie Alexander

    I love your videos!!!! Just subscribed😀

  • nirmala battula

    Thank u so much. Very useful video. I appreciate if you could do video on how to make vitamin c serum at home. Thank u.

  • Harshita Sahu

    Hey
    Can I use Niacinamide in mrng and tretinoin cream at night??

  • Deepali Sharma

    Thanks Chisty for great information. I was mixing hydroxybenzoyl with glycolic acid and was wodering why I am getting breakouts n redness.

  • Jeannie Ortiz

    The link for the list of ingredients that should not be mixed is missing. I was wondering if you can repost it or email me so I can receive it . Thank you I love your video

  • deng castro

    Hi ms christy ive been using niacinamide spray and kojic acid spray is that a ok combination or should i use it separately on same day night and day? Hope you can help me

  • Mark Gauvreau

    SUNSCREENS ARE CARCINOGENS…CANCER CAUSING!!!

  • Milena Trifonova

    Dear Christy, thank you so much for your detailed explanations. I've been watching your channel and I loved it so much. But could you help me with something – how do I understand what is the pH of all the products I use? I use foam cleanser, micellar water, serum, creams for eyes and face, glycolic acid face mask and other face masks. These products are all from different brands. How to understand what is the pH of each one of them?

  • Kevin John Ladaran

    Hi Christy! Is it okay to layer the retinol cream and collagen cream?

  • Shannon Hennesey

    Advice starts at 3:30!!! 🙂

  • Nostalgic ever

    Thank you so much. This is what i wanted..
    Thank you thank you
    Please make on enlarged pores

  • Jennifer Raymond

    I have to admit I use Retin-A and bit C together. I only use this combo a couple times a month. I am 51 and my skin is a lot tighter since I started doing this. Now granted I only do this no more than3-4x a month.

  • Ana Siqueira

    Lotion p50 is AHA and PHA with niacinimide. Exception?

  • Sheila Pendley

    Thank You!

  • Katherine Vesely

    I have a product and is vitamin c, e, and some vitamin a. If I understand correctly that is a bad mix?

  • Finn D Human

    Thank you very much. Though I very keen to each product's main ingredients, I'm not very much aware of these dos and donts in combining products. This will be very helpful to me since I have sensitive skin and should be very wary about combining products.

  • Olivia Everett

    In love with your channel! I'm only 19 so I'm trying to learn as much as I can so I can start early 😄 I hope I can forever look like I'm in my 20's like you!

  • Elena Martinez

    Thank for a super great information. :))

  • Zentson

    You can still combine Adapalene (retinoid) with benzoyl peroxide to combat acne. This method however is for those who are very familiar of using retinoid (about 6 months of consistent used) and can tolerate retinoid very well.

  • Ambreen Khan

    Can we use vitamin c and hyaluronic acid togather?

  • Julianaa Leyba

    Can Vitamin c serum be use before or after niacinimide?

  • Naturegirl121

    Could you please list the order of how to apply these products? I think that will help us better understand how to layer products and not knock out efficiency and not irritate the skin. Thank you

  • Queen Mercy

    I appreciate your channel!

  • Emma Harrop

    Is the retinol and vitamin C combination still correct? I ask because I have a 1% retinol from Paula's Choice which contains vitamins and C!!

  • Birgit Bauhaus

    I love you for your knowledge and for your Science of Skin!
    I'm a "medical" and "chemical" educated Person, and your Videos here on YOUTUBE are really helpful! I hope, that a lot of People would find your Channel! I'm your Fan, you are great and you explain the important Knowledge short and simple! Thx for this! 👍💞👍😊👍🍀

  • Apol Jane Planas

    Hello. Can I mix anything with SKII Essence?

  • Sp3112 chauhan

    I love ur channel……u r sober…. please tell me can l use olive oil on my face after 10 minutes of applying Retino A

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