If you want younger-looking skin that's hydrated and healthy, you need to protect your skin from pollution. When exposed to environmental stressors, mineral depletion in the skin occurs, leading to premature aging, weakened skin, dullness, dehydration and sensitivity. Learn why you need mineral skin care and how to protect skin below.
Pollution, exhaust fumes, industrial smoke, ozone, extreme weather and free radicals all rob the skin of needed minerals, moisture, and other crucial elements, thus weakening the skin. In fact, recent dermatological studies directly connect pollution with increased dark spots*, nasolabial folds* (smile lines), and significant loss of hydration**.
See how to replenish, detoxify and protect skin with mineral skin care below:
Remineralist Daily Moisture's oceanic formula replenishes skin's depleted minerals to achieve the elemental equilibrium of young skin. Its' advanced formula also defends against stressors that cause lines, dehydration and irritation.
Sea salt: a mineral-loaded cocktail (iron, manganese, selenium + zinc) that replenishes what pollution depletes. This blend helps rebalance the skin for proper function and growth, encourages vibrancy, stabilizes hydration levels and helps skin absorb more minerals and nutrients.
Red algae: harvested from the Baltic Sea, this ingredient protects against dryness and irritation caused by pollution. It does so by replenishing and maintaining skin's Natural Moisturizing Factor (NMF) and works deeper by stimulating the skin's own natural production of moisturizing hyaluronic acid.
Malachite: a copper-rich pollution magnet and heavy metal scavenger that helps support the cellular damage protection system and neutralize everyday skin-aging and oxidative stress.
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*Source:Journal of Investigative Dermatology; ** Source: Dermatology Times
(1) Scientifically tested results of 69.87% based on a 15-woman biophysical measurement study; (2) In a 9 day ex-vivo study; (3) In in-vitro testing
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