Of all the parts of our body none gives away our age as much as our skin. The simple fact is, although our hearts, joints, lungs and other major organs change as we get older, the changes that happen to our skin, especially our faces, is very obvious. The question that most people ask is simply this, why does this happen (and how can I stop it). One of the worst culprits is the loss of subcutaneous fat, the layer of fat right below our skin that makes it look full and healthy. As we get older the bones in our face become more prominent and the cheeks sometimes appear emaciated. Our skin also produces less melanin as we get older, the key ingredient to skin color. The skin is also the largest organs in the body and, over the years, its ability to repair itself starts to break down. Collagen and elastin breakdown with it and lead to a loss of elasticity and, surprise, wrinkles. Of course gravity also is to blame and the combination can result in saggy skin all over the face including the jaw line, eyes, neck and even upper arms. Slower healing, increased dryness and decreased circulation also play a part in making our skin look older and, for women, the loss of estrogen after menopause can increase the symptoms and cause further breakdown of the skin. Most people ask what to do to stop (or at least slow down) this process and the good news is that, with the right skin care products along with healthy diet and healthy lifestyle, they can go far to help their skin retain a natural, healthy younger look. La Cerise Retinol- A powerful cocktail of antioxidants may help diminish fine lines and wrinkles. This formulation may help restore and renew firmness, elasticity, and thickness to the skin. In cosmetics, vitamin A derivatives are used as anti-aging chemicals- vitamin A is absorbed through the skin and increases the rate of skin turnover, and gives an increase in collagen giving a more youthful appearance.
Liberally apply to clean, gently dried skin every evening.All retinoid forms of vitamin A are used in cosmetic and medical applications applied to the skin. Retinoic acid, termed Tretinoin in clinical usage, is used in the treatment of acne and keratosis pilaris in a topical cream. In cosmetics, vitamin A derivatives are used as anti-aging chemicals- vitamin A is absorbed through the skin and increases the rate of skin turnover, and gives an increase in collagen giving a more youthful appearance.
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