One of the main indicators of age is the appearance of the skin, which reflects lifestyle and health. Skin color, firmness and smoothness – they change with the passage of time. As we age, the skin becomes uneven, rough and wrinkled. However, there are ways in which the youthful appearance of the skin, the delicacy and elasticity of the body can be maintained for many years.
Areas of the skin that we protect against sunlight are less prone to accelerated aging. However, on the face, neck, chest, forearms and hands, especially in people with fair complexion, the symptoms of skin aging are commonly present even in middle-aged people. Dark pigmentation of the skin provides much better protection against the harmful effects of acute UV radiation.
One month to rejuvenate the skin?
Skin is the largest organ of the human body. The skin is also the only organ that is chronically exposed to the destructive effects of the environment. In recent years, significant progress has been made in understanding the mechanisms underlying the aging of human skin. The desire to maintain skin with a youthful appearance drives a multi-billion dollar industry that includes cosmetics, oral or local cosmeceuticals, invasive and non-invasive procedures, laser skin rejuvenation, injection of fillers, neurotoxins and surgical operations.
The main feature of aging skin is the fragmentation of the collagen matrix. Collagen fragmentation causes loss of structural integrity and impairment of fibroblast function in aging human skin. In aging skin, degenerated skin cells produce too little collagen and high levels of enzymes in the skin provide additional collagen degradation. Normally functioning fibroblasts form several types of collagen fibers, which form an inseparable matrix composed of several proteins.
There are twelve types of collagen. The collagen type I, III and V are responsible for youth and firmness of the skin. Type I collagen is the most abundant protein in human skin – it accounts for 90% of the dry skin mass. Fibrous collagen types (I, III, V) combine into larger collagen structures that form a three-dimensional network in the dermis. The skin aging process accelerates when the mechanism of creating these structures is disturbed.
Help for aging skin
The only way to rejuvenate the skin is to provide a comprehensive set of ingredients from the inside. Wrinkles, spots and flaccid skin will recede after restoring the natural balance in skin cells. A full treatment for aging skin you ensure yourself use two preparations: LAMININE and IMMUNE+++. Stimulation of fibroblasts stimulates the production of collagen and a special form of vitamin C and other natural ingredients results in restoring the appearance of the skin as it did years ago.