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SERIES BY SKIN SITUATION

Anti-aging from 45+

Endogenous / chronological skin aging: internal influences, physiological skin aging e.B. predisposition, hormone balance, wrinkle formation, loss of contours. Exogenous / premature skin aging: external influences e.B. hyperpigmentation, damage to collagen and elastin.

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Anti-aging from 25+

Endogenous / chronological skin aging: internal influences, physiological skin aging e.B. predisposition, hormone balance, wrinkle formation, loss of contours. Exogenous / premature skin aging: external influences e.B. hyperpigmentation, damage to collagen and elastin.

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Couperose and sensitive skin prone to allergies

Braid-like expansion of the dilated capillaries of the skin. Increased occurrence over the cheekbones, nostrils, nasal entrance and cheeks. Sensitive skin prone to allergies reacts quickly with redness, tenses, itches and flakes.

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Dry, dehydrated skin

With dry skin, the skin's natural fat and moisture regulation is disrupted. The skin becomes rough and brittle, tenses and, in extreme cases, forms cracks and dehydration eczema.

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Hyperpigmented and sun-damaged skin

Melanocytes - the birthplace of melanin: pigment cells of the skin, located in the basal cell layer of the epidermis and the hair follicles, synthesize melanin and release it in the form of so-called melanosomes to the surrounding keratinocytes. As a result, stimulation causes an increased brown coloration of the skin.

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Oily, impure acne-prone skin

Disease of the sebaceous gland apparatus and hair follicles, which initially develop non-inflammatory comedons, in the further course inflammatory papules and pustules. With severe course, scarring is possible.

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UV-Protect

The unprotected handling of UV radiation promotes premature skin aging, pigmentation disorders and the development of skin cancer.

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Decorative, Highlights & Basics

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