A Life-Long Pursuit
Proper skin care begins at an early age and continues until the end of life in order to be successful. Assuming that age is the only factor in skin drying, sagging, and wrinkling is not wise. Skin needs to be nourished and protected against the sun, pollution in all its forms, bad eating habits, lack of exercise or sleep, certain medications, substance abuse, stress, and hormones. Age is a minor factor in the loss of skin tone, glow, and appearance.
A complete line of products that work together over the years is the best approach, depending on the quality of the products. Cheap and heavily perfumed bargain store skin care products will provide little to no protection or hydration to the skin. Those are of poor quality, often diluted, and just as likely to dull and clog skin as make it smooth. Researched products based on science and technology will take proper care of skin throughout life. Use this link to explore such a line of products.
Sunscreen should be used at every age, moisturizers should be started in the early twenties, and products to shield the skin from the effects of pollution are appropriate for the whole family. Progressing to products that replace collagen, reduce dark circles under the eyes, and firm the skin can begin as early as thirty years of age. The time line depends on lifestyle, habits, any medications taken, and family history.
The Use of Biotechnology
Biotechnology is a general term that refers to organisms, processes, and systems derived from biological elements. Usage applies to several industries, including engineering, new chemical development, energy, medicine, and health and beauty, among many more. Collagen is an excellent example. The body produces it naturally, but reduces production as people age.
This element firms the skin, reduces wrinkles, and encourages cell regeneration. Many beauty products contain collagen, or are designed to stimulate the production of collagen to prolong the labs inevitable appearance of fine lines and wrinkles. Retinol is another naturally occurring ingredient in many products. It is expertise in biotechnology that lead a private aesthetics company, Sente Labs to have heparin sulfate analog (HAS) technology patented. Learn more at SenteLabs.