Assessing Skin Damage
Like any work of art, the natural process of aging can have a negative affect on the texture, tone and appearance of skin. As we age, our skin is repeatedly exposed to harmful chemicals and damaging sunlight. Over time, this exposure causes significant damage to DNA and eventually, the skin starts to thin, age spots appear, and uneven skin tone and wrinkle formation result. In fact, persistent DNA damage is the primary cause of aging on the skin.
Aging also weakens the body's ability to produce collagen. The dermis, which lies just beneath the top layer of your skin, consist of cells called fibroblasts that produce collagen. As skin matures, fibroblasts lose the ability to produce collagen which causes the epidermis, or top layer of skin, to thin and as a result, deeply-bedded wrinkles occur.
To actually restore your complexion's vibrant, youthful appearance, you must enhance your body's natural ability to repair DNA. Young Living has combined the newest DNA recovery technology, with the latest collagen enhancing ingredients, creating a formula that can combat the visible signs of aging at the cellular level, renewing younger-looking skin.