Mature facial skin manifests imperfections associated with skin aging: wrinkles on face and neck, fine lines and loss of skin tone and radiance.
Mature skin is visibly rougher and more dehydrated, with uneven skin tone. This is in part due to natural skin aging and in part due to exposure to external aggressors, such as the build-up of metabolic toxins, exposure to UV and IR radiation, environmental pollution, and blue light.
The skin's hydrolipidic film changes and the stratum corneum thickens while the skin thins and fibroblast activity slows down triggering oxidation which causes skin degeneration.
A complete nourishing and plumping anti-aging treatment that strengthens and revitalizes the skin's structure, hydrates deep down, stimulates cell regeneration and renewal and protects the skin from external aggressors is therefore essential.