SCIENCE MEETS BEAUTY
The Science Behind S.T. Go's Formulas
Why Your Skin Ages
Wrinkles are the biggest skin complaint, and they can appear as early as your 20s depending on your genes. Most people start noticing "laugh lines" around their mouth or "crow's feet" around the eyes first, as well as frown lines on the forhead.
All of these lines and wrinkles are due to the way skin changes as you get older. Just about everything that you do to your skin during the course of your lifetime will leave some kind of lasting impression on your skin, but the internal aging process is something that happens naturally.
Wrinkles, thinning, sagging and dryness are all part of this process. In addition, as your skin ages, it doesn't renew itself as quickly. Elastin and collagen, the proteins that keep your skin strong, supple and able to bounce back, are produced more slowly as you age. At what age they start largely depends on your genes -- if your mother started getting wrinkles in her 30s, or even earlier, it's likely that you will too.
Four Aging Factors
Unfortunately aging is due to factors we cannot control; but now, we have total control over youthful looking skin.
Your wrinkles are not the result of just one thing. There are quite a few issues at fault for making your once lively skin look old, wrinkled and worn out.
The four main issues are Time, Genetics, Gravity and Oxidation. And that's because these are the leading factors responsible for the breakdown of the natural fibers within your collagen and elastin.
These essential fibers are your skin's fundamental building blocks, and are responsible for your skin's flexible, vibrant, and youthful look.
Oxidation & Your Skin
The process of oxidation within our skin damages cell membranes and other structures, including cellular proteins, and the very DNA found within these structures. The damage from oxidation is accelerated by stress, cigarette smoke, alcohol use, sun exposure, chemical additives to our food supply, and pollution.
In addition to its role in diseases, DNA oxidative damage has also been shown to accelerate the aging process, causing unwanted wrinkles. But, one thing that can protect you, and reduce the damage caused by oxidation, are antioxidants.
These powerful natural substances hunt down and neutralize harmful free radicals from the body, and also help to shield your cell's DNA from oxidation damage.
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