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Best Anti-Aging Sets:  Use these products for about 3 month and see the change with your own eyes!

Sun damage and pigmentation

Solar UV radiation unquestionably is the single major factor responsible for skin ageing. This specific damage occurs by chronic (multiple) exposure of the skin to UV light. Clinically, the skin becomes coarse; epidermis thickens (hyperplasia) initially and then thins (atrophy), there is laxity, sallowness with wrinkles. 


Good skin texture is even, smooth, and healthy-looking. Enlarged pores, acne, oily or dry skin, and roughness will all follow severe sun damage.


Dark spots on the skin, also called hyperpigmentation, occur when melanin, the pigment that gives the skin its colour, is overproduced in the skin, and is often caused by sun exposure, age, hormonal influences, and skin injuries or inflammation. Freckles, age spots, and melasma caused by pregnancy are common forms of hyperpigmentation. 


Vitamin C (Ascorbic acid)

As we age, the skin naturally tends to show more signs of photoaging, such as fine lines and wrinkles. One of the ways the skin can help keep itself renewed and healthy-looking is with antioxidants like Vitamin C (L-Ascorbic Acid). Vitamin C helps reduce the look of fine lines and wrinkles, which results in more youthful-looking skin.


Vitamin C also keeps skin hydrated by enhancing moisture content. Adding Vitamin C serum to a daily moisturiser will help skin stay fresh-looking and moisturised.


Topically, L-Ascorbic Acid comes in concentrations of 10%, 15%, and 20%. Apply a few drops of the serum to the face, neck, and chest every morning before your moisturiser and sunscreen.

Select the strength according to your individual needs


Sun Protection

Solar UV radiation unquestionably is the single major factor responsible for skin ageing.

This specific damage occurs by chronic (multiple) exposure of the skin to UV light. Clinically, the skin becomes coarse; epidermis thickens (hyperplasia) initially and then thins (atrophy), there is laxity, sallowness with wrinkles, and irregular hyperpigmentation. 

More profound changes occur in the dermis, where photodamage is characterised by degeneration of collagen and deposition of abnormal elastotic material, reflected by wrinkles, furrows, and yellow discolouration of the skin. 

The microcirculation is also affected by sun exposure. Blood vessels become dilated and twisted, causing broken capillaries, permanent redness, and rosacea.

Sun protection is the most important step to take in fighting skin aging, especially when using Retinoids