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Ageing of the skin
Biological ageing of your skin begins around age 25. It is accelerated by the sun, pollution and smoking, which trigger a surplus production of free radicals, unstable molecules that alter your skin cells. The first wrinkles to set in are so-called expression lines, caused by repeated muscle contractions that pull on your skin. Stress and fatigue promote the emergence of expression lines, which appear on the forehead, corners of the eyes (crow’s feet) and nasolabial folds. They are often accompanied by a loss of skin tone. After we reach age 45, our skin’s resources diminish, and our hormonal system changes, thus altering the characteristics of our skin, which has a shortage of everything: water, proteins, fats, vitamins, minerals, etc. The signs of ageing are ever more present and more visible. Your skin loses its volume and thins; sagging and a loss of radiance set in.
Youthfulness and Firmness
Sagging skin is the first sign that your body is ageing. It often starts to appear following pregnancy or a change in weight. You skin loses its firmness, "goes soft", dries out more easily and stretch marks may appear. It is very important to take action as soon as the early signs of sagging appear. You can prevent these effects by improving your skin's elasticity by means of a targeted diet and a few routines to include in your daily life: The following is our specialists' recipe.