The skin, the body’s largest organ, is divided into layers, which is the epidermis and is in permanent contact with the environment, making it the most vulnerable to wear and injury. The main functions of the skin to our body are: protection, elimination of carbon dioxide and temperature regulation.
Healthy skin is a reflection of a healthy life. If you take a balanced diet, avoid smoking or do as little as possible, do not overdo the alcohol and you know when the sun, you have a young and healthy skin. You can help your skin using specialized products. Consult a dermatologist to prescribe you the best products for your skin, because each person has private skin characteristics.
There are compounds tested for the protection of our skin. Vitamins C and E help repair damaged skin, Vitamin A helps to detach the cells of the epidermis to be replaced. Keep in mind that these substances not only act separately, use together makes that strengthen each other. Vitamin A also acts as a catalyst of vitamins C and E, i.e., accelerates chemical reactions that make vitamins C and E help in the production of collagen, the skin tightening and other rejuvenation procedures.
The melatonin and other hormones that help the skin cells are produced play by the body during the night. But in a stressful life as it is carried today in any city, maybe that production is insufficient. For this reason, a further incorporation of these hormones at bedtime can help maintain a healthy skin. These substances would have no effect if did not they arrive at the interior layers (dermis and hypodermis) of our skin. The liposomes are those carrying the necessary substances to the lower layers.