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Tan without the wrinkles!

July 21, 2016

Formulating a sunscreen is becoming an art!We knew UVA made you age, UVB made you burn, now we are hearing more and more about Infra Red and the visible light...Recent studies show that IR are responsible for solar elastosis, in other words wrinkles and sagging, and the visible light, precisely the blue light is responsible for sunspots and dehydration.French Professor Passeron, studies skin pigmentation and he recently published a study on the pigmenting effects of the visible blue light, the results show that the melanin production is different than the one from UVB exposure, the color is more intense and more stubborn. The solar spectrum is made of  51 % Infra-Reds,  2% UV and 47 % visible light. A good sunscreen should have full UV spectrum sunscreen, anti-free radical actives (vitamin E, vitamin C, carotene), actives that prevent...

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How does the skins pH affects the skin in winter?

November 08, 2015

Just, what effects does pH have on the skin and how can it help your skin this winter? First as mot of us are not cosmetic chemist or dermatologist, you should know that pH is the measure of the skin acidity, it is normally pH 5.5. Inside your body the pH varies from 6 to 7.5 which is close to neutral (pH7). When the pH is off, the skin does not operate at its optimal self and many key components of the skin are not synthesized: Key skin lipids processing enzymes are only active at an acidic pH. If the pH is off, lipids such as free fatty acids, phospholipids and ceramides will not be synthesized. These lipids are important...

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