Loss of radiance and evenness in the complexion are the first ravages left by time. From the age of 30, melanin, which gives the skin its colour, is more unevenly distributed. The skin’s surface appears dull and uneven. It doesn’t reflect light as well and the complexion looks more uneven.
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"You can't stop the hands of time, but you can limit its effects on your appearance"
What if age didn't have to be synonymous with aging?
Wrinkles and age spots: Nature or nurture?
Skin research scientists are now convinced that factors all around us can accelerate the effects of time: solar radiation, toxic fumes and pollutant particles. The sum total of these factors is known as environmental aging.
“I’ve still got
a radiant complexion
…Even in my 40s!"
Without going to extremes and prepared to do anything to stop the ravages of time, Sophie understands the importance of looking after the health and beauty of her skin.