Ageing is inevitable and undoubtedly a beautiful process, but we shouldn’t simply blame the appearance of our skin on ageing alone.
After all, lifestyle choices and especially too much time in the sun (unprotected sun exposure accounts for up to 80% of the visible signs of sun damage).
You hear all over the internet about how to get the most youthful skin of your life, but I think it’s important that you first understand how the whole process works.
Once you learn how it works, you can address it.
Youthful and radiant skin… what’s the process behind it?
A process called cell turnover is what keeps our skin healthy and youthful.
It’s what heals our skin and helps fade areas of hyperpigmentation and wrinkles.
To put it in simple words: cell turnover is like your skin’s metabolism; you have to take care of it and use products to encourage it or it will continue to slow.
Let’s get more into detail about it…
Cellular turnover describes how quickly skin produces new cells.
Slowed cellular turnover is triggered by a decrease in collagen synthesis and elastin.
What does that mean for you?
It simply means that when cell turnover is slowed, your skin will lack skin vibrancy.
How often does skin regenerate?
When we are babies, cellular turnover can happen in as little as 3-5 days.
The reason why baby’s skin looks plump, radiant and so smooth is because cellular turnover can happen in as little as 3-5 days.
As we age, this process slows extending by up to 28-45 days by the time we are 30 years, 45-60 days by the time we are 40, and 60-90+ days as we continue to age.
Women’s skin is also influenced to a great extent by estrogen levels, which is why women’s skin looks more ‘aged’ compared to men of a similar age.
By maintaining an average 28-day or replacement cycle through healthy lifestyle and regular skin care that addresses this process,
your skin will appear smoother and more youthful.
When we normalize our skin cell turnover, not only do we see improvement in the skin texture and quality, but it’s also beneficial for long-term skin health.
So how can you increase cell turnover?Choose the right serum
The ingredients in the Rose Youth Elixir accelerate the skin cell turnover process, giving your skin a radiant, youthful glow.
The elixir is formulated to support collagen and elastin production, which leads to a more youthful complexion.
It is also really gentle and restoring, unlike retinoids that make your skin more sensitive and even more vulnerable to the sun.
The Rose Youth Elixir is a natural product that works the same way as retinol but is really gentle to the skin and doesn’t cause the negative side effects associated with retinoids.
How is that possible?
Bakuchiol, Rosa Damascena oil and Hyaluronic acid will recharge your skin and give it a more youthful look.
They also speed up the process of skin cell turnover, healing and restoring the visible portion of the skin.
Better cell turnover can enable the skin to respond to sun damage faster and heal sun-damaged skin quicker by replacing damaged cells with healthier cells.
Your Skin Needs Proper Hydration
Your skin needs hydration in order to produce new skin cells.
If your skin is dehydrated, your skin cell turnover slows.
Hydrating your skin with products containing really moisturising ingredients that both replenish your moisture levels and help lock it in.
Moreover, prebiotics in your skincare will increase the number of skin-friendly bacteria on the epidermis, thereby helping brighten dull-looking skin.
Prebiotics in your skincare products stimulate the microbiome and its healthy function.
The Prebiotic Moisturising cream works to support the ecosystem of friendly bacteria living on your skin to give you a healthier glow.Give Your Skin Ultimate Hydration