The skin inevitably becomes thin, fragile, and wrinkled with age. It becomes easy to damage and slow to heal. Skin rejuvenation, the natural life cycle of skin cells, slows down. We now understand the importance and benefits of a regular exercise program for a strong healthy body. Have you ever thought about taking the same approach to strengthening your skin for natural rejuvenation?
Now that I offer Skin Classic treatments for minor skin irregularities, I’ve become aware this fact, even though the skins normal healing cycle should take place in 30 days, there are some individuals whose healing time may take a little longer.
What is your normal healing cycle?
For those who are familiar with me, can appreciate the fact, that only brought up a few questions for me. Why did some individual’s skin healed slower than others? Can the healing process be normalized?
Here are the results of my research; according to the study conducted in 2012, “Skin anti-aging strategies”, they recommend.
- Daily skin care
- Correct sun protection
- Aesthetic non-invasive procedures (that’s me)
The daily skin care routine ultimate goal is to assist the skin’s natural regeneration and rejuvenation functions.
I’ve created a link to products with the ingredients the study suggested. But, remember, it’s not only important to have the right products it’s equally important to know when and HOW to use them.
It takes time and an understanding of the way your skin reacts to “active” skin care ingredients. But, when you do find the combination, the person in the mirror will smile back at you and thank you.
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Most importantly, the program should be designed to prevent photo-aging by sun avoidance when possible or reduce UV radiation exposure by wearing sun protection EVERY day.
- Cell regulators are retinols, they inhibit destruction of collagen and elastin proteins, they also help promote collagen production, peptides and growth factors, they have a direct effect on collagen metabolism and influence collagen production
- Antioxidants, such as vitamins, polyphenols and flavonoids, to reduce collagen degradation by reducing and neutralize free radicals, however, a most important source of antioxidants should be provided by a healthy diet.