Our products work with the natural biology of your skin by targeting the source of skin aging and inflammation. Environmental pollutants, sun damage, and unstable hormone levels lead to an oxidative and inflammation process that destroys collagen and damages the epidermis. With scientifically proven ingredients the process can be reversed to bring back youthful skin and restore a firm, radiant, and glowing appearance.
Skin Damage Accumulates Daily
Free radicals, caused by oxidative stress and UV exposure, induce a cascade of cellular events that damage the epidermis and collagen matrix. Without proper intervention, this process continues to impact the skin regardless of environmental exposure, and aging is accelerated.
When skin begins to age an oxidative process develops that harms the top epidermal layers and underlying collagen matrix. The normal function of the epidermis is inhibited as the cellular structure and associated lipids are oxidized and weakened. This leads to the skin’s inability to contain moisture and maintain firmness. Melanin will begin to accumulate in concentrated areas leaving a noticeable age spot. All of these skin blemishes are a direct result of the initial oxidative process that begins in the skin layers.
This theory of oxidative aging has been understood for many years; however an even broader understanding of aging is now being studied. The oxidation process triggers and an inflammation reaction in the skin tissues that is thought to be the true offender in wrinkles, loss of elasticity, and hyperpigmentation. The inflammation process, now called “inflammaging“, is the culprit in weakening epidermal tissues and destroying the collagen fibers over a sustained period of time. This leads to a loss of suppleness and radiance. “Inflammaging” can begin as a result of sun damage, lack of proper skin care, and unstable hormone levels. Over an extended period of time, “inflammaging” can be the most damaging to healthy skin function and is the biggest contributor to disease and aging. To reverse the aging process, both oxidation and inflammation must be targeted in the dermis and epidermis.