Continuing with dermal aspects of ageing, today we talk about the changes which are produced in the Dermis-Epidermis interface.
The most important change produced is the flattening of the dermal-epidermal union, with the disappearance simultaneously of the dermal papilla and the raising of the hair follicles.
This causes a reduction in the transfer of nutrients between the layers. A thinning of the epidermis basal area comes up, which you already know is the proliferative and less mechanical resistance.
These changes in both layers make the skin flaky and aquire an “appearance of paper”.
You cant stop time…but¿Can you do something?
To improve the skin and the fine lines the best thing is a good exfoliation twice a week to recover the uppermost layer of the skin.
- Wash your face with abundant water.
- Place a nut sized blob of exfoliating gel Origen Bobalon the palm of your hand.
- Make then a smooth circular massage, our gel will give you a smooth exfoliation both chemical (Bobal wine) and physical (powder of grape pip.)
- Remove with abundant water.
- 5. Now your skin is prepared for nourishment with the cream
I hope you have enjoyed this post!
In the next article I will describe the changes produced by the sebaceous glands and the dryness which it causes.