Science2017-10-30T12:44:20+00:00

Understanding your skin

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The Integumentary System (skin) is the organ system that protects the body from various kinds of damage, such as abrasion or loss of water. It serves as a protective barrier to our inner organs, and serves as a waterproof cushion for the deeper tissues. Our skin is subject to external environmental assaults and aggressors which breakdown the skins cellular structure and collagen. In order to achieve optimal skin health, it is essential to understand the functions of each COSMETIC SKIN SOLUTIONS active ingredient, how it corresponds to limiting environmental influences, and its role in improving skin conditions. Scroll below to access the research of how we incorporate patent pending, revolutionary pharmaceutical ingredients into our formulations to produce a scientific reversal effect on aging skin.

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Skintypes

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Normal skin has a balance between oil and water levels. Skin is neither greasy nor dry.

Dry skin does not produce enough oil, feels flaky, itchy, and prone to wrinkles and lines.

Oily skin is more prone to acne formation by over production of oily by sebaceous glands and appears shiny.

Combination skin is oily in the T-zone with dry skin on other areas of the face.

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Skin conditions

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Lines and wrinkles are noticeable. Uneven pigmentation. Skin is dull and saggy.

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Skin is flaky and rough. Skin lacks proper hydration levels.

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Dark and age spots are visible. Excessive pigmentation. Abnormal synthesis of melanin.

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Noticeable swelling around eyes. Excessive accumulation of fluids. Dehydration.

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Visible opening of hair follicle on surface of skin. Oil (sebum) enters surface.

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Characterized by dilated capillaries, breakouts, skin inflammation. Commonly

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Fine texture with a thin epidermis. Heightened intolerance levels to allergens.

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Variations of depth and length of facial lines to a pronounced crease in the skin.

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The factors

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There are many factors responsible for changing the way our skin looks and feels. Factors may include unhealthy lifestyle choices, smoking, stress, age, time, diet, or environmental pollutants. Either factor or a combination of these factors result in loss of collagen protein, inadequate hydration levels, photo damage, pigmentation, erythema, or formation of lines and wrinkles which can dramatically lead to signs of photo damage and aging skin.

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Importance of your regimen

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