The Cells They breathe, indeed. Although fiction seems like our skin cells breathe And the presence of oxygen is a vital element to wear young and healthy skin. The production of energy inside the cellular is generated thanks to an exchange process. This feed-back consists of an interactive mechanism for reception or input (cell nutrition) and an response or output mechanism (transformation of organic matter into energy). Our blood, as we know, is the one that deals with transporting oxygen to all corners of our body to supply it with fuel, facilitating chemical reactions and promoting the release of toxins and other harmful agents. But this natural gear that works perfectly sometimes fails and does not always work at full performance.
Why does the skin become asphalt?With the passage of time, the contribution of oxygen in our skin decreases considerably and is in our face and our skin where it looks most. But, in addition, we have to add the performance of external agents, such as poor diet, stress, inappropriate sun exposure, lack of cosmetic care and environmental pollution. This lack, this physiological failure has an impact on the deepest layers of our skin, where oxygen levels are even more scarce and as a consequence we can say that the skin is ""suffocation”.
How can we recognize asphalt skin?
- Imbalance in the production of epicutaneous emulsion, formed by substances that come from epidermal keratinization, sebaceous excretion and sweat, these lead to serious dehydration problems, especially in the most sensitive areas of the face, which can translate into a sign of deep dehydration, peeling and pruritus.
- We can also observe that this type of skin has an excess of sebaceous secretion, which blocks and occludes the Pilosebaceous hole producing comedones and microquystems.
- There is also atrophy of blood capillaries and lymphatic network, there is disorder in the elimination of toxins and undo substances, which gives way to a hectino -looking skin.
Does this instagent problem of the skin have a solution?Yes, it has it, and is based on the application of adequate cosmetics and aesthetic treatments. The cosmetic, constant and continuous care of asphyctic skin is fundamental and the results can be seen in the short term.
How to take care and improve this type of skin?
What do we recommend from Maystar CosmeticIf you have this problem we recommend sessions of superficial peelings Y exfoliants once or twice a week. Our Purifying exfoliating gel (Oil-Balance) has a formula with salicylic acid, known betahydroxy acid, with keratolithic effect that will gradually help us to refine the surface layer of the corneal layer. In this way we can give way to all the active ingredients we need to recover dehydration, and the instagrement of this type of skin. Hydrovect O2 - Essential Oxygen, is our line specially designed for this Cutaneous disorder. Throughout the line, we find active ingredients such as maritime chamomile, with a very high content of amino acids, vitamins, trace elements, structural peptides with great repair and regenerating power. Plankton extract, active in charge of improving the amount of oxygen available in the cells, increasing the synthesis of ATP (cell energy), avoids cellular oxidation (aging) and wrinkles formation. And the presence of hyaluronic acid, a new support and highly moisturizer tissue by its hygroscopic action. And also emphasize your diet, walk frequently and drink two liters of water per day. Remember, your skin is the mirror of your health.
Ana Laura Vázquez (Maystar Laboratory Technical Advisor)