PRESERVING YOUR SKIN’S RADIANCE THROUGH AGING
GRADUAL LOSS OF VITAL NUTRIENTS
Collagen and elastin are well-known for their role in maintaining youthful skin. However, by the time we reach our mid-20s, these proteins begin to decline, leading to a loss of skin firmness and elasticity, resulting in an aged appearance. Additionally, the metabolic processes that help keep skin looking healthy and radiant also slow down over time.
WHERE HAS THE HYDRATION GONE?
As we age, the depletion of hyaluronic acid in our skin leads to the formation of fine lines and wrinkles, as well as a rough and dry skin texture. Hyaluronic acid plays a crucial role in skin hydration, and its decline after our thirties leads to visible signs of aging.
THE SUN’S DAMAGE ON YOUR SKIN
As time passes, exposure to the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) light can cause significant damage to the elastin fibers that provide crucial support to your skin. As a result, your skin loses its elasticity and healthy glow, leading to a rough, fragile, and loose texture.