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Skin Care Tips — Aging Skin

What Condition Will Your Skin Be In 10 Years?

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What Condition Will Your Skin Be In 10 Years?

Sunscreen! We're living longer than previous generations. What are you doing to maintain healthy skin? It’s never too late to start taking care your skin. You can’t stop the aging process, but you can take steps delay the changes associated with aging. Are you taking care of your skin today, for the skin you'll have tomorrow? Changes In Aging Skin The supportive structure, starts to break down and it becomes more difficult for our skin to build it back up again. As we age the cell renewal process decreases, resulting in thinner skin more susceptible to environmental damage. Our skin...

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Reduce Wrinkles With Hyaluronic Acid

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Reduce Wrinkles With Hyaluronic Acid

Hyaluronic Acid is when applied topically it’s able to penetrate the skin’s upper layers.  Using a serum or cream with hyaluronic will improve skin’s hydration and elasticity. Hyaluronic acid helps plump aging skin, because it can attract and retain  to 1,000 times its weight in water.  When using a hyaluronic serum always follow with a moisturizer for a more beautiful healthy-looking radiant skin. Overtime the moisturizing, hydrating and anti-inflammatory properties of hyaluronic acid helps heal dry inflamed skin.  A study conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of topical hyaluronic acid formulas in treating wrinkles, skin hydration, and skin elasticity in humans, using...

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DNA Damage Control SmartSunscreens

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DNA Damage Control SmartSunscreens

Human skin, the largest organ of the body, effective by both chronological aging as well as environmental aging.   Unlike other organs of the body which is mostly effected by chronological aging.  The reason for this is the skin has direct contact with the environment, as a result skin will experience environmental UV irradiation damage.  Damaged caused by the sun is cumulative.  People with have an active outdoor lifestyle or go in the sun unprotected by sunscreen will experience more photoaging then someone who uses sunscreen or lives in a place with less sun. For instance, someone who grew up in...

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Retinols - Anti-aging Derivatives Of Vitamin A

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Retinols  -  Anti-aging Derivatives Of Vitamin A

Powerhouse Derivatives of Vitamin A Vitamin A is a fat-soluble vitamin that has several important functions in the body.  In this case I’m only addressing the way it helps cells reproduce using retinoids.   The term "retinoids" refers to vitamin A and the various molecules derived from vitamin A. You may be familiar with the non prescription ingredient, retinol . Using a topical retinol skin care product daily will lead to visible improvement in fine wrinkling, smoothness, and hyperpigmened  sun damage skin. Biochemically retinol achieve the same goal.   Retin A and Tretinoin are examples of  prescription based retinolds.  According to the medical community... "while retinoids...

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Why A Healthy Skin Barrier Is Important?

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Why A Healthy Skin Barrier Is Important?

Why A Healthy Skin Barrier Is Important?  Your skin barrier or the Natural Moisture Factor Barrier (NMF) is a defense layer or shield against outside irritants, such as environment pollutants, UV damage,  infection and toxic chemicals.  When your skin barrier is working correctly and balanced, it has the ability to maintain good hydration, elasticity and  antimicrobial defense. When the skin's barrier system is disturbed, a dysfunctional barrier can lead to breakouts, it leads to (dehydration) transepidermal water loss (TEWL), sensitivity. What is a Natural Moisture Factor Barrier?   The outermost layer of the epidermis, the stratum corneum.  Has two function: Physical Barrier -  A defense layer  Prevent invading allergens and bacteria .  A shield...

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