The passage of time is revealed by looking in the mirror: we discover our first laughter linesas early as our mid-twenties, when the natural regeneration processes of the skin slow down. The skin becomes thinner and thus reduces its ability to store moisture- it slowly but steadily loses its elasticity and resilience. UV radiation, stress and nicotine as well as an unbalanced diet accelerate this process.
In addition to wrinkles flabby skin, a dull complexion and pigmentation disorders are unwanted signs of ageing. The system care of DERMASENCE can quickly lead to an improvement in the appearance of mature skin, because it is multi-dimensional:
- Hydration of the skin
- Improvement of the skin structure
- Stimulation of collagen synthesis
- Strengthening the acid protection mantle
- Increase the resistance of the skin
- Protection against free radicals
- Reduction of melanin formation
Fruit acids are true all-rounders and have become an indispensable part of anti-ageing care. The most well known such as glycolic acid or citric, malic, lactic and tartaric acid are among the alpha hydroxy acids, which are also abbreviated as AHA.
Depending on the concentration, fruit acids also have the following effects: Starting at the skin surface, AHAs release dead and horny skin cells. This smooths the skin, makes it softer and small wrinkles appear smoothed. A tired complexion appears rosier and brighter. At the same time, the low pH of AHAs stabilises the protective acid mantle and makes the skin more resistant.
The superficial peeling effect clears the way for a deep action with an anti-ageing effect:
DERMASENCE AHA fruit acid products increase the receptivity of the skin for other care ingredients. In higher concentrations and with long-term use, fruit acids stimulate cell metabolism and collagen production, increasing the water-binding capacity. The result: The AHA effect - a radiant, fresh and streamlined complexion!
All DERMASENCE AHA Effects products are also great for preparing the skin and getting used to the low pH levels of fruit acid peels.