The skin is made of several layers, and has many functions.
There are several layers, components, and functions to the skin:
As we age, so does our skin. The speed and extent of our skin’s aging is affected by life-style, diet, genetics and how actively and carefully we care for our skin. Sooner or later, we can expect the following changes to occur:
There is a reason for this. As the years go by, the body loses its ability to reproduce cells as quickly due to the aging process, hormonal changes, environmental factors, and the damage we do to our bodies throughout our lives. As our cells replicate, which is the normal way that our body rejuvenates itself, cells do not replicate with as much frequency later in life, and do not replicate as well as they did when we were younger. Our skin stops producing as much collagen, the pores enlarge instead of staying nice and tight, and the top layer of the skin becomes hard and rough because it's not sloughing off dead cells the way it used to.
The skin dermis is made mostly of collagen, and the decrease in the proteins and an inability to create protein bonds is responsible for a good part of the decrease in skin thickness (collagen production) that occurs as we age. This is a natural effect of aging, but that doesn't mean we can't help the cells to regenerate the same way they did in our twenties.
Dermagenics Moisturizers Reverse Aging and Heals Skin
Dermagenics powerful formulation allows the cells to act like they're much younger than they are, generating faster skin replication while hydrating the skin throughout all layers.
It's not just about having effective ingredients, it's about the ingredients' ability to penetrate into the deeper layers of the skin, where rejuvenation occurs. If this doesn't happen, the product will only moisten the surface of the skin.
Dermagenics Transdermal Penetration Technology delivers powerful ingredients to the dermal/transdermal intersection where it can generate collagen synthesis and begin the healing process.