Author: Site Editor Publish Time: 23-03-2022 Origin: Site
First, let’s see what happens in aging skin.
Below your skin’s surface, there’s a collagen and elastin scaffolding holding together the dermis and epidermis. This keeps your skin firm and bouncy. From age 30 onwards, we lose around 1 to 2% of our collagen every year.So, gradually this scaffolding becomes weaker and breaks down. Yikes. Also, the amount of collagen and elastin our fibroblasts produce decreases dramatically. And to top it off,the cells in our epidermis (skin surface) don’t renew as quickly either.
The result is sagging, textural issues, dullness and wrinkles.