How to get beautiful looking skinAnswers to your frequently asked questions here.

Skin

The skin envelopes your body, protects it and acts as a place for exchange with the outside world.

It consists of a three layers: the epidermis, dermis and hypodermis.

There are annexes such as hair, hair, nails, sweat glands and sebaceous glands.

Adjust the products you use to your age and how you want your skin to look and feel

It is essential to begin to care for your skin as a teenager. The first step to achieveing beautiful looking skin is cleansing with a product such as Perfect Clean, which is suitable for all skin types. Remember to include treatments such as a day cream, night cream and eye cream in this routine. Adjust the products you use your products to your age how you want your skin to look and feel.

Normal or Combination skin

Normal skin is soft, even and without obvious imperfections.

If some areas are oily and shiny, especially on the "T zone" (forehead, nose, chin), then it is a combination skin.

Reduce dark circles under your eyes

The eye is the most fragile part of your face. This area is very rich in muscles (eyelids and the eye) which are very important and reflects your health.

Often hereditary dark circles can be exacerbated by an unhealthy lifestyle, especially related to fatigue, tobacco, or a diet high in fat.

For refreshing the delicate under eye area, apply Youth Code Youth Booster Eye Cream daily.

Oily Skin

Oily skin of the face is related to the abundance and nature of the sebum. It occurs most frequently in adolescents and young women.

The excess oil gives skin a shiny appearance, especially on the forehead, the nose and chin. Oily skin is rather thick and covered with a protective oily film which protects it from dehydration.

It is less sensitive to external factors, such as drying, and therefore the lines of time are expressed less early.

Signs of ageing: how to prevent the appearance of wrinkles?

Apply a day cream and night cream on your face and neck daily. Collagen is a very important agent in the fight against wrinkles, it supports the skin's structure, reducing the appearance of wrinkles. Discover our range of Wrinkle De-Crease Collagen to plump up the skin with moisture.

To combat the ten signs of ageing in a one step, use Revitalift Total Repair 10 daily, morning, and evening.

Dark Circles

Facial skin under the eyes is very thin and has few oil glands unlike the rest of the body. With age, the skin becomes more thin and dry. The veins under the eyes may appear darker in this area.

Adjust the products you use to your age and how you want your skin to look and feel

Essential oils can be applied in four ways on to your skin: by massaging, on a pad, in the bath or in the shower.

They have the power to spread throughout the body through the skin and enter the blood.

Wrinkles

Wrinkles are depressions in the skin structure caused by reduction of elastacin and collagen. They are the lines associated with facial expressions and deepen with age.

Other more localised lines (crow's feet, chin) are accentuated by sun exposure and are one of the clinical signs of photo ageing.

Dark Circles

Facial skin under the eyes is very thin and has few oil glands unlike the rest of the body. With age, the skin becomes more thin and dry. The veins under the eyes may appear darker in this area.

Is Argan oil good for your skin?

Exceptionally rich in essential fatty acids omega-6, vitamin E and polyphenols, argan oil is a moisturizing oil which regenerates epidermal cells. It helps prevent the appearance of wrinkles and is also used to treat skin irritations.

Orange Peel Look

The orange peel is the external manifestation of what is happening inside our bodies.

The walls between the fat cells become distorted and take on their anchor point. It is this strain that causes this "dimpling" on the surface of the skin.

Stratum Corneum

The stratum corneum is the outer layer of skin in the body. This layer is in direct contact with the external environment, and plays a vital role as a barrier to external aggressions.

The cells of the stratum corneum are dead, but are filled with keratin and surrounded by a protective hydro-lipid film composed of lipids, fatty acids and ceramides.

These cells are continuosly naturally renewed by the phenomenon of peeling.

Black heads

At the base of each hair is a small gland called the sebaceous gland. This gland can be blocked by the production of sebum.

It oxidizes when in contact with air and becomes black. The black spots are usually on the face, commonly the cheeks, chin and nose.

cellulite

The process of storage and release of fat is balanced in the the fat cells. Half of the female body, in this layer becomes predominantly storage, and fat cells tend to increase volume.

This increase in fat cells is associated with a slowdown in local blood circulation, which gradually changes the structure of tissues, cellular exchanges and accumulation of toxins starts. On the surface, in addition to the orange peel that is increasingly visible, and can become painful, the skin loses its mobility and flexibility.