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How Long does it take for Your Skin to Renew?

As the largest and forever growing organ in the body, your skin has the ability to renew itself regularly. Skin cells turnover is a repetitive process where the cells from the lowest epidermis layer gradually moving to the top layer of the skin. The skin cells then die and shed off, revealing more radiant, younger-looking skin underneath.

Healthy skin renewal promotes an event, spotless radiant complexion.

Ageing and Skin Renewal Process

Although the length of skin cells turnover varies individually, age plays a major role. In babies, the skin renews itself every 14 days. For teenagers, this process takes about 28 days. In adult, it takes between 28 and 42 days. While for those age 50 and older, it may take up to 84 days.

Due to skin ageing process, it takes longer for the skin to renew and repair damaged cells. The longer it takes for your skin to renew itself, the more build-up of the dead skin cells on the top layer of your skin, which can make it looking a bit tired and worn out.

Skin Renewal Rate

How to Boost Skin Renewal

If your complexion is dull, it may be a sign of too much build-up dead skin cells sit on the top layer of your skin.

Regular exfoliation helps remove dead skin cells and renew the look of your skin. 

You can use a face scrub or chemical peeling product to speed up the skin renewal. However, if you have sensitive skin, be gentle with your skin. Using a face scrub or chemical peeling product can irritate and damage sensitive skin.

My favourite skincare ingredients to boost skin renewal are N-Acetyl Glucosamine and Niacinamide. These two bioactives have been proven to work synergistically to speed up cell renewal, even out skin tone and reduce the appearance of wrinkles, lines and age spots. Award-winning Henry Tianus Bio-Collagen Ageless Cream has been formulated with N-Acetyl Glucosamine, Niacinamide, 24-karat Nano Gold Particles, Coenzyme Q10 and Ulta-Low-Molecular-Weight Hyaluronic Acid to firm, lift and rejuvenate the skin. It helps reduce the signs of ageing, restore skin's radiance and youthfulness.

Skin Hydration is The Key to A Long-Lasting Radiant Glow 

Dehydration causes skin to lose its glow. In addition to that, it weakens the skin's natural barrier, making it more prone to premature ageing and sensitivity.

To boost skin hydration levels, try multi-award-winning Henry Tianus Antioxidant Youthful Essence. Formulated with Turmeric, Ginkgo, Blue Chamomile, Allantoin and pro-vitamin B5 to instantly soothe, hydrate and refresh tired and stressed skin. Use it on freshly cleansed skin every morning and evening before serum and moisturiser. Spritz it all over the face at anytime to awaken the skin. It can be used to refresh your makeup or reduce creases.

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