Did You Know?
Wrinkles are the external signs of the changes that are happening at each layer of the skin, from the surface (epidermis) to the deeper layers (dermis).
The slower cellular renewal process, the degradation of the supporting fibers in the dermis (elastin and collagen), and the “lethargy” of the fibroblasts – the cells that produce these fibers – are responsible for the loss of density and elasticity that ultimately produce wrinkles.
When your skin is dry and dehydrated, the hydrolipidic barrier (combination of water and lipids whose role is to protect the skin’s surface) is negatively impacted and leads to the formation of wrinkles.
Keeping your skin hydrated and moisturized helps to protect it from internal and external factors like stress, fatigue, UV rays and pollution that negatively impacts the skin. Using skincare products with dermatologist recommended ingredients like Hyaluronic Acid, Vitamin C and Niacinamide helps you to achieve stronger, healthier-looking skin.