Doing the best for your skin
You don't get a second chance to make a first impression!
A person's appeal is largely determined by their overall personality. In this, appearance and charisma go hand in hand.
A fresh, natural and friendly face has a magical attraction, while a mask-like, expressionless face puts people off. Fine lines represent a well-lived, passionate, creative life, whereas deep furrows are signs of worry and illness.
Anti-aging products are booming in the cosmetics sector; an enormous market lures people in with promises that have only one thing in common - however cheap or expensive they may be, they are unlikely to achieve anything more than a slight increase in hydration and minimal smoothing-out of lines. There is a simple reason for this:
Substances that are genuinely effective are medicinal constituents. They are subject to compulsory labelling and cannot be used in ordinary commercial cosmetic products. Their rightful place is in the hands of a doctor.
Causes of skin ageing
External factors: unhealthy eating habits, stress, smoking, alcohol, UV radiation from sunbathing or sunbeds, environmental toxins, lifestyle, skincare.
Internal factors: age, genetics, hormone changes.
External factors in skin ageing can be influenced by adopting a healthy and responsible lifestyle.
Internal - hormone-based - factors in skin ageing arise from a loss of elasticity and hyaluronic acid, as a result of which less water can be absorbed and the skin becomes generally thinner.