A four-step skincare regime, this series helps improve mature and demanding skin. Increasingly matured skin leads to lack of elasticity and presence of lines and wrinkles. This facial gives the skin a boost of nourishment, as well as works to improve wrinkles and hyperpigmentation resulting in visibly glowing and healthy-looking skin
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Skin ageing is caused in two different types, one intrinsic – that is genetically determined that occurs in the skin naturally due to the body’s inability to repair damage as easily as it gets older.
Intrinsic ageing is a continuous process that you might be surprised to hear actually begins in our mid-20s. Noticeable changes include the slowing in production of proteins elastin and collagen causing skin to lose its youthful bounce, as well as desquamation (skin’s natural exfoliation process) slowing, leaving skin dull, textured and dry.
The other type of ageing is called extrinsic ageing and refers to external environmental factors that cause visible damage to the skin, magnifying the signs of intrinsic ageing, and it is preventable. Most extrinsic ageing is caused by sun exposure, though other factors like smoking, pollution and stress can also contribute. The outcome of over exposure to external aggressors can range from dehydration, loss of elasticity, fine lines and pigmentation, to serious health issues like melanoma.