Or why Australia is the expert in antiaging products
The type and texture of our skin is not just dependent on genetic factors or on our skin care regime. The climate of the place that we live in also has a hand in determining the health of our skin and can trigger off other skin related problems. For instance, most people find that their skin becomes drier during winter whereas people with oily skin tend to develop more acne problems during summer.
On the other hand, people who live in countries like Australia where the weather is dry and hot often face a bigger problem- premature skin ageing which results from prolonged exposure to the sun. Although using sunscreen may limit the extent of damage to the skin; Australians need a proven skin care treatment which helps them fight the visible signs of ageing effectively.
So why does the skin of Australians age faster in comparison to people on the other side of the globe?
Mainly because sun speeds up the skin aging process. Frequent exposure to sun can cause irreversible damage to the skin resulting in visible skin ageing signs such as wrinkles or fine or course lines and is believed to be the main culprit behind more than 80% of premature skin ageing symptoms. On an average, an Australian is exposed to a minimum of 3000 hours of sunlight every year and that’s why many of them look older than their actual age. So why is prolonged exposure to the sun so harmful? That is because sunlight comprises of three kinds of ultra violet radiations of varying wavelengths. The first one called UVC radiation is not absorbed by the skin whereas both UVB and UVA rays are primarily responsible for skin aging.
Our skin comprises of two important proteins called collagen and elastin. Collagen is responsible for the resilient properties of skin whereas elastin helps to maintain its flexibility. When we are exposed to the sun for prolonged periods of time, it has a long lasting impact on the first two layers of skin called the epidermis and the dermis. Over time, UVB rays from the sun affect the epidermis making it thinner in texture. The UVA rays on the other hand, affect the dermis and make the collagen break down at a much faster rate. Simultaneously, it also causes elastin to accumulate in the skin and produce enzymes called metalloproteinases. These enzymes enhance further degeneration of collagen. As this vicious cycle repeats over and over again, it eventually leads to the development of wrinkles and fine lines which become visible on the skin. That’s why adopting a proper skin care regime and using a proven skin care treatment is a must to reduce the severity of such skin ageing signs. Narhex Australia can be your friend in the battle against skin aging process.
What precautions can you take to combat the harsh effects of the sun?
Dry skin products or cosmetic wrinkle crèmes may help keep your skin moisturized but will not treat the problem from within. That’s because nobody understands dry skin or skin ageing problems better than Australians themselves and other skin care treatments just aren’t effective enough. Just imagine how good a skin treatment must be to produce results in such a difficult environment – an environment that demands the best solution when one is living in a harsh, dry climate like Australia’s. What you need is a proven antiaging skin treatment which helps strengthen the skin’s natural defences against ageing.
The answer is Narhex Cross-linked 10/60™.
This is an Australian brand which offers you a range of five antiaging products and a gel cleanser, formulated with key ingredients like NarAHA™ and NarElastin™. They all have been proven to not only reduce wrinkles and other visible signs of ageing but also give your skin a new lease of life. Try these anti wrinkle crèmes and moisturizers for yourself and you will see a difference in your skin within 4 weeks of application or less.
Many of our Australian customers have used Narhex antiaging products and found the results simply unbelievable. After all, who understands dry skin and premature ageing better than Australians?