A better life for sensitive skin

Why do they say sensitive skin ages faster than ordinary skin?

The loss of complexion uniformity, a key problem associated with the aging of sensitive skin

Accelerated skin aging is caused by “micro-inflammatory” stress, which is more common in sensitive skin. Although imperceptible, it plays a major role in the onset of wrinkles and the loss of firmness by contributing to the deterioration of the fibers that make up the dermis.

In addition, a recent study has shown that, regardless of its age, sensitive skin is characterized by a stronger tendency to redness than normal skin. Over time, this redness accentuates the natural loss of complexion uniformity, which comes on top of wrinkles and lack of firmness.

Vitamin C/Retinol: What are the differences between these two anti-aging active ingredients?

Two benchmark anti-aging active ingredients that work in synergy

Vitamin C and Retinol are two benchmark active ingredients used in dermatology for their anti-aging action. Retinol has demonstrated its undeniable effectiveness on aging. It has a spectacular surface action: skin texture becomes finer, irregularities fade, and wrinkles are smoothed.

It works the same magic deep down: cells are regenerated and collagen and elastin production is increased. As for vitamin C, it is a powerful antioxidant that also has pro-collagen and blood-vessel strengthening properties. Its plus point? It fills wrinkles, firms the skin, and evens out the complexion.

Is it possible to combine the action of several anti-aging active ingredients when you have sensitive skin?

Above all, aim for efficacy and respect your sensitive skin

As for all skin types, it is a good idea to combine the actions of different active agents in order to obtain optimal results. But if you have sensitive skin, it is essential that you use formulas tailored to its needs.

With Redermic, sensitive skin can at last enjoy the benefits of a full routine for a reinforced anti-aging corrective action on all signs of aging. Redermic [R] corrects the clinical signs of aging, such as deeper wrinkles, the early onset of age spots, thicker skin, and an irregular skin texture. And Redermic [C] reinforces its action on wrinkles, loss of firmness, and uniformity.

glossary

Skin aging : Skin aging is inevitable, and results from the weakening of the dermal structure. On the surface, the skin become dry and wrinkles start to show. In the dermis, the support fibers deteriorate and are renewed less effectively. The dermis loses its substance, the skin sags, and wrinkles form.

Antioxidant : An antioxidant helps to fight the free radicals that attack the body’s cells. The cells are better protected from the damage caused by oxidation and the skin’s ageing. The appearance of wrinkles can therefore be delayed. Antioxidants are mainly derived from fruits and vegetables (grapes, apples, pomegranate, etc.).

Collagen : Collagen is a fibrous protein of the dermal tissue that acts as a frame. When young, it is strong and elastic. With age, its production decreases.


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