Skin Aging: Wrinkle & Pigmentation



Skin aging appears in many different forms, intensities, and different progression rates. Changes to your skin usually include loss of laxity and wrinkle formation, rough-texture and changes in smoothness, and finally, appearance of pigmented spots specially in sun exposed areas.

Face, hands, and decolletage areas are more prone to signs and symptoms of aging, but all skin parts may suffer from aging as well.

As we get older, the internal processes of our body tend to slow down. In the skin, the obvious changes happen to collagen (laxity) and cells proliferation; in other words, skin auto-renewal becomes remarkably slower and damages start to accumulate. It is almost impossible for humans to avoid these changes, one may actually be able to embrace aging, but there are few ways to reduce the physical signs of aging, especially premature aging, in order to retain a healthy and beautiful skin.


What might accelerate your skin aging process?

There are a few factors which can directly affect your skin and cause wrinkling:

    Exposure to sun and UV lights

      Sun exposure and tanning expose our skin to UV light which penetrates the skin with and cause damages to DNA and other structures like collagen and melanocyte cells (that are responsible about pigment formation).

      You can always use physical sun protection like hats, but sunscreen products are essential and handy for daily use and prolonged sun exposure. We will be more than happy to see you having a look at our collection of sunscreens.



      Cigarettes contain toxin substances and tobacco, which can cause oxidative stress in the body. Smoking can lead to vasoconstriction, which restricts the blood supply to skin cells. These factors cause dryness of the skin, wrinkling, and several other prominent signs of skin-aging.

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        Environmental pollutants can also trigger skin conditions and wrinkling. Skin barriers can come in contact with the pollutants and toxins present in the atmosphere.



        How to slow down aging with powerful ingredients?

        Many cosmetic products claim to slow down aging or improve its signs and symptoms. Here we enlist some of the powerful ingredients that are scientifically proved to improve signs of aging.


        Tocopherol - Vitamin E

          Tocopherol or vitamin E oil is beneficial for combating skin wrinkles and premature aging. Vitamin E plays a significant part in the protection of skin cells and cell membranes from several environmental damages. Tocopherol can protect the skin since it's powerful natural antioxidant that helps to improve the skin appearance.


            Ascorbic Acid - Vitamin C

              It is commonly known as vitamin C, and it is responsible for strengthening and protecting the skin from damages. It is a potent anti-oxidant, which provides full protection from free radicals. It can minimize the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. Ascorbic acid promotes and brightens the skin tone as well.


                Hyaluronic Acid

                  Hyaluronic Acid is a naturally occurring body substance. Its function is to keep our cells moist and well-lubricated. Hyaluronic Acid can help to reduce the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines by creating a plumping skin effect. Hyaluronic Acid is a rich source to keep your skin well-hydrated.



                      Panthenol is one of the most popular products for skin moisturization and protection. Panthenol has a strong anti-aging capacity, as it can increase the fibroblast proliferation in the dermis (skin layer where wrinkles form).


                        Herbal Oils

                          Essential oils or herbal oils can greatly benefit the skin. Several herbal oils can help to reduce the wrinkles and exfoliate the skin to heal scars and texture damage.

                          Of the most essential and effective herbal oils for skin-care are:

                          • Prunus Amygdalus Dulcis Oil (Sweet almond oil),
                          • Anthemis Nobilis Flower Oil (Chamomile flower oil),
                          • Calendula oil (Calendula officinalis),
                          • Visit Vinifera Seed Oil (Grapeseed oil),
                          • Persea Gratissima Oil (Avocado oil),


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                          Skin ageing and wrinkles formation will happen at some point in our lives, what we do to prevent and slow down aging is what really matters in how confident we feel about our looks, and about our skin health and beauty..


                          We will be more than happy to see your comments and answer your questions.





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