How Restoracell Reduces Crepey Skin
Restoracell Stem Cell Awakening Serum’s concentrated with GHK-Cu (Copper Peptides) is a powerful formula for attacking those finely wrinkled areas under the eyes and on the upper inner arms and thighs. The Copper Peptides go deep into the dermis to activate stem cell reserves which stimulates the production of collagen and tightens loose skin. The Peptides also repair the skin’s protective outer barrier and increase new capillary formation as well as the water holding glycosaminoglycans (GAGS) which hold moisture in the skin. The hyaluronic acid in the serum attracts water from within the dermis and moves it along the skin’s surface keeping it radiant and smooth. The Macrocystis Pyrifera (Kelp) Extract is a ‘from the ocean’ powerhouse that helps the skin feel smooth and appear plump.
To form a barrier of protection on the skin to keep moisture from escaping and to protect against skin-damaging free radicals, Restoracell’s Skin Awakening Moisturizer uses a blend of all natural oils such as coconut, shea butter, avocado oil, and vitamin E. This combination regulates the moisture balance of the skin naturally and moisturizes, soothes and smooths the thin, fragile skin.
What Causes Crepey Skin?
Crepey skin is thin and looks finely wrinkled like crepe paper. It may also sag or feel loose. While crepey skin is similar to common wrinkles in many ways, the condition tends to impact larger areas, and this skin feels noticeably more fragile and thin. It is most common under the eyes and on the upper inner arms.
Sun damage is the most common cause of crepey skin, but it certainly isn’t the only cause. Crepey skin can also result from aging, Transepidermal water loss (TEWL) lack of moisture, excessive weight loss, or any combination of these.
The ultraviolet light in the sun’s rays break down collagen and elastin in skin that help it stay tight and wrinkle-free. Once these fibers break down, the skin can loosen, thin, and wrinkle.
Age is also a factor. You produce less collagen and elastin — the fibers that help your skin look supple and smooth — the older you get. Pollution, stress, and smoking cigarettes all take a toll on skin over your lifetime and can contribute to visible signs of aging.
As you age, your skin produces less oil than it did when you were younger. These oils create an important lipid barrier that protects your skin and helps seal in moisture. Hormonal changes can also lead to drier skin and less natural oil production. Dryness for any reason can cause crepey skin. If you have crepey skin that comes and goes depending on the day or the season, a lack of moisture is most likely the cause.
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