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Skin Ageing: Why It Is Important To Know The Process

 

Skin is the largest organ in your body that acts as a barrier between you and the external elements. Apart from its aesthetic significance, your skin protects the body from extreme dehydration, harmful elements and pathogens. As part of the body's defense mechanism, it is the first layer of protection against external aggressors.

Skin Ageing Process

Your skin is constantly exposed to various internal and external ageing factors like genes, health condition, weather, pollution and pathogenic microorganisms. Due to this constant exposure, skin is usually the first organ in your body that shows the signs of ageing. Ageing is a gradual process that happens because the body can't renew all the damaged cells and tissues.

Intrinsic Skin Ageing

Intrinsic skin ageing is mostly determined by genetic predisposition and health condition. Skin colour plays a crucial role in skin ageing. People with darker skin tone have more melanin in their skin that help protect against UV-induced damage. However, their skin tend to suffer more from hyperpigmentation. Diabetics are particularly prone to inflammatory ageing due to higher blood glucose levels. 

By nature, the skin around the eyes is thinner and more fragile compared to the skin on many other parts of the face and body; therefore, it is more susceptible to premature signs of ageing such as wrinkles, lines and UV-induced hyperpigmentation.

To help prevent and reduce the signs of ageing around the eyes and lips, use Bio-Collagen Eye and Lip Cream. This intensive anti-wrinkle cream is super-charged with powerful anti-ageing ingredients yet it is very gentle on the skin. Apply to the skin around the eyes every morning and evening to minimise dark circles, puffiness and signs of tiredness. Apply to your lips before lipstick or use as frequently as needed to protect your lips from dryness and other signs of ageing.

 

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Extrinsic Skin Ageing

Apart from genes and health condition, the skin ageing process is also hugely influenced by the external factors such as UV radiation, foods, weather and other environmental conditions. Pollution is known to be one of the major ageing factors. Like UV-rays, the harmful particles in the air can cause oxidative stress and inflammation in your body including in the skin. Oxidative stress and inflammation cause serious damage to skin cells.

Foods that are high in sugar and refined carbohydrates trigger glycation, a process in which a sugar molecule is attaching itself to a protein molecule in the body. Over a period of time, it will damage structural proteins like collagen and elastin. The damage to collagen and elastin in the skin can cause the formation of wrinkles, lines, sagging skin and other signs of ageing.

To reduce the signs of ageing in the skin, use award-winning Bio-Collagen Serum. Formulated with resveratrol, ferulic acid, coenzyme Q10 and 24-karat nano gold to firm, lift and plump up the appearance of your skin. This anti-ageing serum energises and strengthens skin cells. It helps minimise the effects of biological and environmental ageing. For best results, apply this serum underneath Bio-Collagen Ageless Cream, the award-winning anti-wrinkle cream.

 

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Author:

Henry Tianus is a multi-award-winning Anti-Ageing Scientist based in London, UK. Henry Tianus has been listed as The Recognised Institute Practitioner at The Institute of Traditional Herbal Medicine and Aromatherapy (ITHMA), London (UK) since 2005. Henry Tianus's articles have been read by people in more than 100 countries with USA, UK and Singapore at the top of the list. Join Henry Tianus eNewsletter to receive the latest health and wellbeing tips. 

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Sources: Fighting against Skin Aging, The Way from Bench to Bedside, Cell Transplantation, 2018 May, 27(5): 729–738; What Controls Variation in Human Skin Color?, PLOS Biology, 2003 Oct; 1(1): e27.


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