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Physiology of Wrinkles

Fine lines and wrinkles are the first signs of skin aging. The appearance of wrinkles is due to concomitant phenomena of skin thinning, dryness, decreased cell renewal, and loss of fiber content of collagen and elastin.

Usually, wrinkles appear on the eye contour, expression lines (forehead, frown lines) and on the nasolobial fold.

Effective Dermatological Molecules

Skin aging is a natural process due to genetic and environmental causes. However, dermatologists now recognize a number of molecules with a demonstrated effect on aging signs.
The most frequently prescribed skin molecules for their effectiveness are Retinol in its acid form, and pure and active Vitamin C. Salicylic Acid or Glycolic Acid are also often used by dermatologists in their offices to stimulate skin renewal.
It is essential to moisturize and nourish the skin with moisturizing agents such as Hyaluronic Acid,
Ceramides and Essential Fatty Acids.

Everyday anti-aging lifestyle

A healthy lifestyle can minimize aging signs. Here are some daily routines to adopt:

  • Avoid excessive exposure to sunlight, which causes 80% of skin aging.
  • Minimize sun exposure, or use adequate protection (clothing, sunglasses, hat, sun cream with very high anti-UVA-UVB protection ...).
  • Adopt a balanced, varied and moderate diet.
  • Respect your sleep cycles.
  • Avoid smoking as much as possible.
  • Get active and do some sport, reasonably but regularly.
  • Relax, stress is an oxidation accelerator.
  • Get fresh air, pollution attacks skin tissue.



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