• Effectively attenuate extrinsic skin aging

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    Effectively attenuate extrinsic skin aging
    From the time we are born, aging occurs in all the organs of our body and there is no exception for our skin, which is the largest organ and shows the first and the most visible signs of aging.  Cutaneous ageing is induced by external and intrinsic factors.  Intrinsic aging is inevitable and results in a gradual dermal atrophy, leaving a dry thin skin and...
  • Hyaluronic acid (HA): an essential ingredient for summertime.

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    Hyaluronic acid (HA): an essential ingredient for summertime.
    Summer holidays are right around the corner! Time to relax, swim and show off all those light summer clothes. Did you switch as well to a specific light and fresh summer skincare routine? With warm humid temperatures, our skin tends to need a lightweight fresh hydration bonus. What do we recommend? Try Hyaluronic acid (HA) serums, an essential ingredient for summertime. What is Hyaluronic...
  • WHAT IS THE EXPOSOME ?

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    WHAT IS THE EXPOSOME ?
    On a tendance à penser que la peau vieillie avec le passage du temps. Mais savez vous que certains facteurs sont plus importants pour le vieillissement cutané que la simple chronologie ou la génétique ? Le génome n’est responsable que du 25% des maladies ou processus de vieillissement. Cela explique pourquoi deux jumelles, qui sont génétiquement identiques, peuvent vieillir de manière radicalement différente si...
    On a tendance à penser que la peau vieillie avec le passage du temps. Mais savez vous que certains facteurs sont plus importants pour le vieillissement cutané que la simple chronologie ou la génétique ? Le génome n’est responsable que du 25% des maladies ou processus de vieillissement. Cela explique pourquoi deux jumelles, qui sont génétiquement identiques, peuvent vieillir de manière radicalement différente si...
  • Management of oxidative stress after aesthetic procedures in plastic surgery and dermatology Régulation du stress oxydatif après les procédures esthétiques

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    Management of oxidative stress after aesthetic procedures in plastic surgery and dermatology|Régulation du stress oxydatif après les procédures esthétiques
    The most significant factors that affect cutaneous wound healing are oxygenation, infection, age and sex hormones, stress, diabetes, obesity, medications, alcoholism, smoking, and nutrition. Oxidative stress reflects an imbalance between the systemic manifestation of reactive oxygen species (ROS) and a biological system's ability to repair the resulting damage. It causes strand breaks in DNA.  In humans, oxidative stress is thought to be involved in...
  • Vitamin C - The most advanced technology to stabilize antioxidants Vitamine C - La technologie de stabilisation d'antioxydant la plus avancée

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    Vitamin C - The most advanced technology to stabilize antioxidants| Vitamine C - La technologie de stabilisation d'antioxydant la plus avancée
    A UNIQUE AND STABLE MOLECULAR COMBINATION of 8% L-ASCORBIC ACID, 2% PHYTIC ACID, 0.2% TANNIC ACID. L-ascorbic acid (vitamin C in its natural form) is highly unstable in contact with air and water oxygen, especially with warm temperature. Different techniques are used to stabilize it with unequal results.
  • Pollution and skin L'impact de la pollution sur notre peau

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    Pollution and skin  | L'impact de la pollution sur notre peau
    ORIGINS AND POTENTIAL TREATMENTS Atmospheric pollution: a danger for the health of your skin. The synergistic action of environmental pro-oxidants amplifies skin aging. The skin is the mean interface between our body and the external environment. It acts as a biological barrier against a range of chemicals and physical environmental pollutants. It is defined as the first defense against the environment because of its...
    ORIGINS AND POTENTIAL TREATMENTS Atmospheric pollution: a danger for the health of your skin. The synergistic action of environmental pro-oxidants amplifies skin aging. The skin is the mean interface between our body and the external environment. It acts as a biological barrier against a range of chemicals and physical environmental pollutants. It is defined as the first defense against the environment because of its...
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