Wrinkles do not equal a loss of beauty; they do indicate that your skin’s structure is changing. When you are young, skin’s proteins are woven tightly together but, as you get older, this structure starts to weaken. Listen to this podcast episode if you are interested in keeping your skin’s structure supple and radiant and, in turn, you will prevent wrinkles from appearing before they ought to.
Skin Therapist, Christine, reveals 3 things that you need to know about preventing wrinkles from becoming deep set on your skin.
You can first learn about how pollution is affecting your amazing skin day by day. Find out what is meant by ‘free radical damage’ and how this process causes wrinkles to come about before the natural ageing process takes place. Jersey’s Skincare Specialist, Beth, talks all about vitamin C and reveals why it is an important ingredient if you want to keep your skin healthy.
Tune in as Skin Therapist Christine reveals exactly what happens to wrinkles as we age. You’ll learn what your skin’s structure is doing when you are 20 through to 50 – this is super helpful to know before you buy any beauty products.
You will also discover the importance of night-time skincare and why you should really use a night cream if you want to protect your skin’s structure. Don’t miss this extremely helpful Skin Therapist advice!
In this episode, you’ll learn:
- How pollution destroys the particles in your skin and why this is a leading cause of wrinkle formation.
- Why antioxidants are such powerful ingredients to prevent wrinkles.
- The benefits of understanding the structure of your skin as you age.
- Exactly how your skin is changing in your 20’s, 30’s 40’s and 50’s.
- Which night-time skincare you should use to boost your skin’s structure and prevent wrinkle formation.
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