Let's learn properly! "Turn over" for your skin

You began to feel your skin has become dull, pigment spots and small wrinkles have appeared ... Do problems with your skin increase?
Usually such problems arise with age and cannot be easily solved.
Perhaps many think that another cosmetic product will help solve the problem, but we hasten to warn you: cosmetics alone are not enough.
Try to consider a variety of methods to try its  benefits on your skin.
Now let's try to learn the main points about the structure of the skin and understand the meaning of  “turn over” for your skin.
And most importantly, do not forget to apply this knowledge to the future skin care.
So let's find out something useful as soon as possible!

How does skin work?

The skin is the largest organ that covers the whole human body.
That's why it has many different functions.

・ Body Protection

Skin protects your body from various external irritants.
It also protects against physical stimuli, such as ultraviolet rays, microbes, chemicals and substances from the outside, and plays a crucial role in maintaining health.

・ Body temperature regulation

Heat is released to maintain a constant temperature, and the function of lowering body temperature by sweating and reducing blood vessels prevents a decrease in body temperature.

・ Moisturizing 

The top layer of the skin, epidermis - contains sebum, which is a natural moisturizing factor. Sebum can act as a system for delivering antioxidants, antibacterial lipids and pheromones to the stratum corneum.

・ Sense of touch

Through the skin, you can feel different sensations: warm, cold,  pain, touch and any pressure.

・ Excretion and absorption

The skin secretes sweat and sebum and various waste products, and at the same time has the ability to absorb fat soluble nutrients.

・ Formation and storage

The skin produces vitamin D under the action of UV light and accumulates fat as an energy source.

Is your skin too thin !?

The structure of the skin is divided into three layers: "epidermis", "derma" and "subcutaneous tissue", each of which performs its important function.
The first layer is called the epidermis.
This is the  “skin” that we can see.
How you think, what is the size of the outer layer of your skin?
In fact, it is only 0.2 mm.
Under this layer of just 0.2 mm are cells that give color to the skin, as well as cells that protect the immune system, which protects the entire body from viruses.
The epidermis has the stratum corneum, and it has the function of protecting the skin from foreign substances and irritation.
The stratum corneum also has a thickness of only 0.02 mm.
Therefore, all cosmetics, such as lotion and cream, reach only the stratum corneum of the epidermis.
In addition to this, it has the ability to retain moisture and prevents evaporation of moisture from the skin.
Below is a layer that produces collagen and elastin to maintain skin elasticity. Even below it is the subcutaneous tissue, which maintains body temperature and stores the skin with energy.
Your skin has a “turn over” function to keep your skin healthy and beautiful.
If this function does not work properly, skin care will not improve the aggravated skin problems.
The 28-day cycle is ideal for the skin regeneration cycle, and if the turn over is not normal, the cycle will be broken.


Thus, we found out, the skin has layers with various functions that are supported normally by periodic updates.
The surface layer of the skin is only 0.02 mm thick.
When skin care, try to touch it as gently as possible in order to avoid stress.
Never forget about your skin, because it is part of you and your "business card". Give skin more rest and proper care.