YOUR SKIN CHANGES OVER TIME
GRADUAL LOSS OF VITAL NUTRIENTS
We have all heard of the importance of collagen and elastin. But by our mid-20s, these duo of proteins that keep our skin looking young and firm starts going downhill. Our skin’s suppleness and strength plunges as a result, together with an aging complexion. The vital metabolism that keeps your skin looking fresh slows down, too.
WHERE HAS THE HYDRATION GONE?
The important role that hyaluronic acid plays in the hydration of the skin needs no further explanation. Sadly, it also depletes once we enter our 30s. This critical decrease results in the inevitable formation of fine lines and wrinkles. An increasingly rough and dry skin texture will also start appearing.
THE SUN’S DAMAGE ON YOUR SKIN
Over time, the sun’s ultraviolet (UV) light causes extensive damage to the elastin fibres that give significant support to your skin. It loses elasticity and its healthy shine. It is therefore no surprise that an exceedingly rough, fragile and loose texture on the skin emerges.