We are well aware of the manifestations of aging on the skin: wrinkles; volume loss (or sagging skin); and the loss of density that manifests itself in thinner and weaker skin. All this occurs due to several factors that are called types of aging.

Let's start with the most obvious, chronological aging. Of course, over time, our body undergoes natural changes. From the age of 25, our skin begins to lose shine, elasticity, a decrease in the rate of cell multiplication in the epidermis... in short, all this produces wrinkles, dehydration, accumulation of dead cells on the surface of the skin and loss of firmness. . For all these reasons, the skin is less protected against external aggressions than younger skin.

The second type of aging is photoinduced. In this type, the skin deteriorates much more than in the previous one. It happens due to high exposure to UV rays without adequate protection, which causes the skin to turn yellow, blemishes, dryness or deep wrinkles.

The third type of aging is hormonal. It occurs much more in women because it is due to changes in hormone production between premenopause and menopause. What happens is that the production of progesterone and estrogen decreases, which are the ones that act on the hydration, tone and density of the skin.

Finally, we will talk about mioaging. This happens due to the repeated movement of the muscles at certain points of the face, which accentuates some lines of expression.

And how can we slow down any of the types of aging? Well, the better your quality of life, that is, the better you eat, sleep, hydrate and have a constant skincare routine, the more you will slow down the effects of aging.

Here are some products that can help you reverse these effects because we want the best skin for you.

“Be good to your skin. You'll wear it every day for the rest of your life.”

Renee Rouleau