Excessive exposure to UV radiation can rob moisture to the skin and cause damage below its surface, which results in accelerated aging, wrinkles, blemishes, skin thickening, etc.
If you add the stress, poor diet and inadequate hydration and daily care, you have a recipe for dry, dehydrated and damaged skin to rejuvenate skin cells naturally at home. Fortunately, our skin is elastic, and through hydration and soothing ingredients provided by repair the damage done can be reversed.
Dehydrated skin is very vulnerable to damage. The hyaluronic acid is capable of holding up to 1,000 times its weight in water, making it an excellent choice to restore moisture to the dermis and improve its barrier function, which protects it from external aggressions.
The hyaluronic acid is effective for all skin types. Its composition is very light, it is easily absorbed, so also indicated in cases of fat dehydrated skins, as moisturizing calm yet.
Aloe vera has many benefits and amazing healing properties of the skin. Applied directly from the plant leaf acts as an anti-inflammatory for the suppression of natural skin inflammatory response upon contact with UV light.
Furthermore, aloe vera helps increase the ability of the skin to retain moisture and has elements that purify the pores.
As the aloe vera gel is absorbed to the deeper layers of the skin, its effect is almost immediate.
Vitamin C is a necessary ingredient in any skin care routine every day, no matter what time of the year.
Ascorbic acid, the most bioavailable form of vitamin C is an antioxidant that increases the skin’s ability to protect themselves from sun damage.
When it is used after excessive sun exposure, helps repair and prevent pigmentation.
Moreover, vitamin C is also an essential part of the natural production of collagen in the body, it promotes the ability of the skin to rebuild its support structures, giving you a more youthful appearance.