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Photo-aging skin, How to repair the aging of cells?

The effect of photoaging on our skin

Summer has come with all its strength and has made it to stay. Therefore, taking care of our skin during the summer is vital so that it does not get damaged in the coming months. The sun is the main cause of the skin aging, leaving in our dermis terrible consequences if we are not able to protect it. Photo-aging is the premature deterioration of the skin due to continued sun exposure. Ultraviolet radiation, especially solar radiation or UVA rays are two of the great culprits of cell photo-aging. The deterioration of the skin results in the appearance of wrinkles and blemishes. Thus, solar overexposure can end up damaging the cells of our skin, offering an unwanted appearance.

At this point you will wonder why sun exposure causes a premature photoaging of the skin. And the answer gives us the collagen. Collagen is responsible for providing firmness to our complexion. Over time, the collagen disappears from our dermis, causing the appearance of wrinkles, blemishes and sagging. Once the collagen breaks down, it can not be recovered autonomously and naturally. In this way, it loses elasticity and the ability to produce elastin, which is the fiber responsible for holding the collagen. For this and to mitigate the effects of photo-aging, the skin needs external treatments to provide what it needs.

If you are one of those affected by photo-aging, do not despair, we have good news for you: the technological asset Melacare-Oil.

Melacare-Oil, the technological asset that repairs skin damage

The technological asset Melacare-oil is formed by the synergy of three medicinal plants. These are Eremanthus Erythropappus, Oxalis triangularis and Camellia japonica. All of them are well known for their anti-inflammatory, soothing and antioxidant effects on the skin. One of the advantages of Melacare-oil is that it is not cytotoxic, so it does not have a toxic effect on cells. By this active, it is possible to inhibit the synthesis of melanin and the tyrosinase activity in the melanocyte. The use of this oil provides an illuminating and whitening action. In this way, Melacare-oil reduces the cellular pigment that gives color to the spots. As a consequence, this technological asset has a great anti-stain power, fighting photoaging of the skin. In the clinical study, the use of Melacare for 8 weeks decreased the visual appearance of the blotch by 27.3% in a totally natural way

The best? There is a product from our Ami Iyök range that contains Melacare and that prevents and treats skin photoaging. Biotechnology has provided us with an effective and committed natural cosmetology with the skin.

Slow Liquid: natural cosmetics against photo-aging

Ami Iyök’s Slow Liquid Facial Oil has been created to restructure the deeper layers of the skin. This wonderful oil depigments the spots resulting from the skin photoaging, also giving firmness and luminosity to it. The Slow Liquid unifies the tone of the skin and returns the firmness in the medium term. The combination of technological assets, including Melacare-oil, makes this oil a fighter against the photoaging of the skin.

Slow Liquid is composed of oils and Amazonian resins that make this product an exotic experience. Among them, Sacha Inchi, Chia, Copaiba, Blood of Drago, Palo Santo, Oil of Buriti and Acai. Also in its formula we can find Mediterranean ingredients like Argan and Olive Oil. This combination makes Slow Liquid a source rich in antioxidants and vitamins.

For a good application of this super powerful oil, you must apply some droplets of the product on the tip of your fingers. Then massage the facial area with soft, firm strokes, from the center outwards. You can enrich it with your usual cream day or night or, if you prefer, with your serum. Its multitasking ability allows its application with any product you want, even with your base of makeup to give light to your face.

Taking care of our skin before sun exposure helps us prevent premature aging. Do you dare to try the summer star product?