Roll over the graph and click to find out more about the changes going on in our skin.

Collagen/Elastin:

Typically at its highest levels in our early 20s. But be careful! Constant exposure... Read More >

Regeneration/Repair:

Our skin is able to completely regenerate itself in about 14 days. This quick... Read More >

Collagen/Elastin:

These two highly prized proteins begin their steep decline leading to the dreaded... Read More >

Regeneration/Repair:

Our skin's ability to regenerate itself drastically increases from 14 to 32 days! This... Read More >

Skin Thickness:

The subcutaneous layer of adipose tissue begins to degrade leading to the feeling of... Read More >

Collagen/Elastin:

Begins to decline more rapidly. This, coupled with the thinning of the skin, can lead to more... Read More >

Moisture Retention:

Changes in our bodies include a weakening in the skin's natural moisture barrier... Read More >

Immunity:

Our skin's natural surface immunity drops off steeply, impairing its ability to protect itself... Read More >

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Collagen/Elastin:

Typically at its highest levels in our early 20s. But be careful! Constant exposure to the sun can cause free radical damage and early degradation of collagen and elastin leading to premature fine lines. For preventive care, it is especially important to protect our skin from environmental elements and free radical damage.



Regeneration/Repair:

Our skin is able to completely regenerate itself in about 14 days. This quick repair helps give us our radiant glow in our 20s.

Collagen/Elastin:

These two highly prized proteins begin their steep decline leading to the dreaded fine lines and wrinkles. To fight this, it is now important to increase our level of hydration and incorporate products with peptides into our daily routine to slow the decline of collagen and elastin levels in the skin.



Regeneration/Repair:

Our skin's ability to regenerate itself drastically increases from 14 to 32 days! This can contribute to a dull and uneven complexion. To fight this, it is important to help the skin repair and regenerate, and help promote its natural exfoliation.

Skin Thickness:

The subcutaneous layer of adipose tissue begins to degrade leading to the feeling of thinner skin. Additionally, this contributes to a decrease in circulation, leading to increased redness and sensitivity. Help fight this by using products that are fragrance-free and without harsh chemicals. Boost the thickness of the skin with ultra-hydrating ingredients with plumping action, like Sodium Hyaluronate.



Collagen/Elastin:

Begins to decline more rapidly. This, coupled with the thinning of the skin, can lead to more pronounced and deepened wrinkles. Fight this by boosting the moisture level in the skin and using potent ingredients to help the skin stimulate its production of collagen and elastin.

Moisture Retention:

Changes in our bodies include a weakening in the skin's natural moisture barrier, leading to poor moisture retention and resulting in excessively dry skin. Fight this by using ultra-hydrating products that help maintain and repair this barrier with ingredients that mimic its original function.



Immunity:

Our skin's natural surface immunity drops off steeply, impairing its ability to protect itself from environmental elements. It is important to help our skin maintain its surface immunity. This can be done through the use of natural extracts like white tea or Chinese botanicals.


Our Skin as We Age

In our 20s

Free Radicals & Environmental Damage

Due to constant exposure to the sun and a hectic lifestyle we begin to deal with damage which leads to the premature development of fine lines & wrinkles.

In our 30s

Dullness & Discoloration

Skin starts to take twice as long to regenerate leading to a dull complexion and uneven skintone. Collagen and elastin degredation leads to the first appearance of deep wrinkles.

In our 40s

Dryness & Redness

Thinning skin leads to poor circulation causing redness and sensitivity. The skin starts to become more susceptible to photo aging leading to the appearance of age spots.

In our 50s+

Decrease In Surface Immunity & Skin Barrier Degredation

Decrease in surface immunity impairs the skins ability to protect itself. The natural skin barrier degrades, leading to poor moisture retention and excessive dryness.