We would like to blame fate, but loss of tone and skin aging are an inevitable and gradual natural process. Over the years our skin changes its structure, both at the epidermis level and at the dermis level, slowing down its natural ability to renew itself.
All this inevitably leads to wrinkles and loss of tone.
The more time passes, the more we see a slowing of the cellular turnover that leads our skin to take on a dull complexion. Hyaluronic acid, collagen and elastin, naturally present in the skin tissues, are produced in less quantity making our skin dehydrated and less and less elastic.
Proper and balanced nutrition can help us prevent skin aging. Foods rich in “anti-free radicals” substances, such as fruits rich in vitamin C (citrus fruits, kiwis, strawberries), extra virgin olive oil containing Vitamin E, blue fish rich in Omega 3 and Omega 6, they are all foods that, if inserted into our diet, slow down the aging process.
For a smooth, firm and hydrated skin, it is also important to “treat” it properly and with effective cosmetic products.Â Proper cleansing, the use of creams with photoprotection, with effective active ingredients, and the choice of moisturizing and firming products will help you to have a toned, healthy skin with a uniform color.