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There are two factors that affect the aging of the skin: extrinsic (external) and intrinsic (internal) aging. Intrinsic aging is biological aging that occurs with the passing of time. Over time, the body experiences a break down in cell to cell communication, causing everything to slow down. From the... More

There are two factors that affect the aging of the skin: extrinsic (external) and intrinsic (internal) aging.

Intrinsic aging is biological aging that occurs with the passing of time. Over time, the body experiences a break down in cell to cell communication, causing everything to slow down. From the cellular metabolism & cellular turnover to mutations in DNA - our body cannot repair itself like it did when we were younger. Glycation is another concern that affects the body and skin over time.  The results? Loss of resources such as collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid while also triggering fine lines, wrinkles, loss of hydration and firmness.

Extrinsic aging is a result from our daily environment.  Daily exposure to UV rays, pollution, poor nutrition, and stress all contribute.  Whether this is from a depletion of antioxidants, mutations in our DNA, increased inflammation or external factors- each will contribute in accelerating the aging process.     

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