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Anti Ageing Treatments To Repair Wrinkled Aged Skin
As we grow older our bodies begin to change. From childbirth on our skin grows and stretches to form around our bodies. In our later years of life past being an adult our skin begins to change due to environment hazards, stress, UV radiation, and gravity among other damaging factors. Our skin loses its elastin and collagen, which leads to wrinkles in our skin.
Every year people spend billions of dollars on anti ageing treatments to repair wrinkled and aged skin. Considerable research has been done to understand the ageing process. With ageing skin cells begin to be affected by excess amounts of free radicals. Free radicals are unstable oxygen molecules produced by our own metabolic processes, and are removed by naturally occurring anti oxidants within our skin cells.
In ageing skin, naturally occurring amounts of anti oxidants become less in numbers, leaving free radicals to cause damage to membranes, proteins, and DNA. These free radicals eventually break down collagen and release chemical mediators that cause inflammation in our skin. It is the combination of these cellular and molecular events that lead to skin ageing and the formation of wrinkles.
There are several different treatments available to lessen the amount of free radicals and oxidation in our skin.
Vitamin A, also known as retinol was the first anti oxidant to be widely used in cosmetics. There is now a significant amount of medical evidence demonstrating the benefits of topical vitamin A on ageing and sun damaged skin. Vitamin A can not only be prescribed by a doctor or dermatologist, it is also in a natural form in Rose Hip Oil.
Copper Peptides - These are recognized for their ability to enhance wound healing; copper peptides are known to be important in the making of collagen and elastin, which are the supporting structures of our skin. Since the production of both collagen and elastin is reduced in aging due to UV radiation and oxidation, copper peptides are able to help repair photo damaged skin.
Alpha Beta Hydroxy Acids - these are found mostly in over-the-counter medications in relatively low concentrations. These are used to exfoliate skin which stimulates an increase in cell turn over, and in turn reduce fine wrinkles and freckled hyper pigmentation.
Kinetin - This is may be a great treatment if used for the prevention of ageing skin. It is a naturally occurring plant growth factor hormone that slows senescence in plants and has anti-ageing effects on human adult skin fibroblasts. Kinetin appears to be both a direct anti oxidant and a signaling molecule that stimulates a pathway to repair cells.
A skin-care product is only as good as what it contains and how these ingredients can help your skin function better, or in the vernacular, to act younger. In fact, moisturizers or any skin-care product claiming to have an effect on wrinkles or sagging skin should absolutely contain an elegant mix of antioxidants, cell-communicating ingredients, and intercellular substances as they help skin keep a normal level of hydration, build collagen, reduce skin discolorations, and prevent cellular damage.
A simple little creature, the garden snail of the species Helix Aspersa Müller secretes a serum that it uses to repair and restore its damaged skin and shell. Intense research and careful analysis of the mucin secreted by the snail has shown that it contains the necessary biological activators that enhance the skins growth factors which in turn reproduce or regenerate the elastin and collagen levels making skin look healthy again.
Their activity also helps the production of glycosaminoglycans which are the molecules within the skin that are responsible for holding in water, and thus your skin remains truly moisturized.
The natural biological ingredient in BIOSKINCARE is the result of evolution's beautiful system of trial and error working over millions of years to create a biological solution for a harmless little creature that is exposed nude to sun radiation and to attacks by microorganisms, injures and skin conditions not unlike those that disturb adults and haunts them when it leaves behind wrinkles.
Human skin and snail skin are quite similar, as they are both made of the same structural elements such as collagen and elastin and intercellular skin matrix components.
Cell-communicating ingredients interact with the skin creating cellular pathways that essentially allow these substances to communicate with a cell to balance or function properly. That is, they instruct the cell to repair itself and act normally, and more youthfully, by reducing inflammation, encouraging production of healthy skin substances, inhibiting substances that cause collagen to break down, and on and on.
Intercellular substances, which are often referred to as "ingredients that mimic skin structure," should be the backbone of every moisturizer. Intercellular substances are those ingredients that exist naturally in skin, and that work to hold skin cells together. A dry environment, sun damage, irritation, inflammation, and age can all greatly reduce the presence of these substances in skin. Adding intercellular substances to a moisturizer helps keep the layers of skin whole, resilient, and in good physical shape by providing the materials your skin needs to defend against the environment. Ingredients such as linoleic acid, triglycerides, glycerin, phospholipids, and lecithin, and glycosaminoglycans (hyaluronic acid) are essential for helping skin function normally.
Analysis of the biological serum shows it contains glycoconjugates , complex protein and sugar chains —glycoproteins, proteoglycans and glycosaminoglycans — that are not only present in the inner layers of human skin but are important in a wide variety of biological functions and play a crucial role in intercellular and intracellular communication, which is vital to our cells, organs and wellbeing.
Glyco means "sweet" and refers to monosaccharides, or sugars. Body proteins and fats bind to glyconutrients (sugars) to form glycoconjugates (glycoproteins, glycolipids), which function as enzymes, immune system molecules, hormones, and cell membrane transport molecules, and are involved in orchestrating all aspects of human health, structure, and function.
Glycoconjugates are a relatively recent discovery by a new field called the "sweet science of glycobiology" that provides new understandings in the biochemistry of how the human body maintains health at the cellular level.
Your skin has powerful systems that can remove skin damage, tighten and improve the elasticity of skin, remove wrinkles, and produce a smoother, soft, more vibrant skin tones. In children, these systems work well and keep skin beautiful. But as we age, these renewal systems remain but are rarely activated. Using BIOSKINCARE cream can activate these once powerful systems to regenerate the natural, beautiful, and smooth appearance of healthy skin.
Last modified: July 16, 2009