Effective Ingredients That Should Be Present in Your Anti-Aging Skin Care Treatment Products

The best way to find a product which can help you fight off the signs of aging is to be critical about the information regarding ingredients present in the product. You have to know the role that each ingredient plays in the product and whether each ingredient can be beneficial to you or it can do more harm than good to your skin. You should also ascertain quantity of each ingredient in order to know whether these are present in desirable amounts which can prove beneficial to your skin.

Understanding why aging happens and why there are premature appearance of the signs of aging, will help you pick the right anti aging product for your skin. The loss of collagen and elastin, which are important structural proteins of the body responsible for keeping the skin young and elastic, lowered levels of Hyaluronic Acid, exposure to free radicals and poor moisture balance are major prerequisites to hastening the appearance of visible signs of aging.

Now that you already know the causes of premature aging, you can easily find a product which can effectively address each of them so that you will have the best anti-aging skin treatment. This may sound so simple, yet, with so many skin products flooding the market, you will surely have a hard time knowing what is best for you and what is not.

Once you know what each ingredient will contribute to the efficacy of the product, you will find that most products contain ingredients of no value such as fillers and preservatives. There are also ingredients which have short term favorable effects while promoting long term damage.

Watch out for products that contain mineral oil. This is the most common moisturizer being used in many skin creams but do you know that mineral oil actually causes your skin to dry out? Mineral oil do not rehydrate your skin, instead it draws up existing moisture from the deep layers of the skin which, in the long run can cause skin dryness.

The skin care products that should be present in your beauty kit should contain natural products that will nourish and rejuvenate your skin to keep you younger looking for quite a longer period of time.

Change Management Presentations – Want to Open Strong? Plan Your Thesis

What’s the biggest problem when presenting data or analysis? The presenter lacks of clarity around his message and what needs to change. The best way to solve the problem is to plan and present a clear thesis to open the presentation. Let’s find out what it is, and how to do it.

A thesis has a three part formula:

1. It states a problem
2. It suggests solution
3. It poses a question.

All good business writing begins with a good thesis. Take this opening paragraph from an article in the economist magazine.

‘WHY is it so many manufacturers cannot leave well alone? They go to great pains to produce exquisite pieces of technology. Then too often, instead of merely honing the rough edges away to perfection, they spoil everything by adding unnecessary bells and whistles and unwarranted girth. In the pursuit of sales, they seem to feel they must continually add further features to keep jaded customers coming back for more. It is as if consumers can’t be trusted to respect the product for what the designers originally intended.’ Economist August 2009.

This is a good example of a thesis, it starts by posing a question, defines the problem and hints a solution.
Business presentations should be no different from business writing in that they should

1. Open with a problem, to get the clients attention
2. Suggest the direction of a solution, to pique curiosity
3. Pose some questions by means of setting an agenda.

Let’s examine each in turn.

1. Open with a problem:
If you’ve done your analysis well then you should be able to state, with pinpoint accuracy, the nature of your client’s problem. Do this right and it’s as if you’ve grabbed the client by the lapels and shouted “Hey you’d better listen up, this is important.”
2. Suggest a solution:
Rather, you state the direction of the solution. You don’t want to show all your cards at once, because you haven’t sufficiently built the problem. If you show your hand too early you are likely to get objections.
3. Pose some questions:
Though what you are really doing is giving the client an agenda for the rest of the meeting. But you are doing it in a more elegant way, posing questions that need an answer.

Finally once you have planned your presentation thesis commit it to memory. This guarantees that a) you will open strong, and b) should the client ask you to cut to the chase, you can give your thesis therefore demonstrating yourself as a clear thinker worthy of another meeting.

There is an excessive amount of traffic coming from your Region.

#EANF#