Fight Skin Cell Destruction by Free Radicals with Anti-Oxidants.
Free radicals are toxic byproducts of oxygen metabolism that can cause significant damage to living cells and tissues in a process called "oxidative stress." The vitamins and minerals the body uses to counteract oxidative stress are called antioxidants. Free radicals can accumulate in our bodies and attack healthy skin cells when we’re dealing with toxins like pollution or under stress. The result is a weakening of the dermal matrix, inflamed skin, and skin cell destruction, leading to signs of premature aging. Delivering antioxidants directly to skin cells is extremely important to neutralize the effects of free radicals.
As we age our skin cells have reduced capacity to retain moisture.
Dehydrated skin looks more aged, it’s a simple and inescapable reality. Regimen One has identified the key compound Hyaluronic Acid (HA), which is produced naturally in our body to enable our cells to retain water and remain lubricated. In fact, HA holds up to 1,000 times its weight in water. As we age, our skin produces less of this important compound, due to an enzyme that causes the degradation of HA. Regimen One’s HydroPerfect targets and inhibits this enzyme, and is proven to dramatically increase our skin cells’ ability to retain moisture. No other product in the world can match our results.
Peptides can reverse the destruction of the collagen elastin dermal matrix.
Matrixyl 3000 is an anti-aging peptide comprised of two proteins (palmitoyl-tripeptide 1 and 7). A peptide is a protein that is part of the building block of our cells, which specifically helps our cells communicate. Regimen One has identified Matrixyl 3000 as a clinically proven ingredient that signals the skin cells to produce collagen and repair damage. The result is not only immediate improvement in the appearance of fine lines and wrinkles, but lasting improvements in skin tightness and resiliency. Regimen One’s OxyGenik serum contains this proven peptide which acts to reduce the visible signs of aging at the cellular level.