are, however, ways to alter the skin’s ability to counteract
changes it encounters. One such way is to irritate the skin
in order to jump-start the repair process. In this case, products
like Retinoids cause enough damage to the skin that the result
is an increased turnover of new cells. There are many downsides
to this process, including painful and irritated skin, which
limits the usage of the product, and the need to avoid direct
sunlight. In addition, it is counterintuitive to “damage”
your skin while trying to improve it.
rejuvenates the skin through a completely different and non-irritating
process. Instead of breaking down your skin to induce cell turnover,
Skincerity enhances the function of your skin by covering it
with a very thin film. Because Skincerity is applied as a liquid,
it forms perfectly to the contour of your skin as it dries,
mimicking the outermost layer of skin. This process helps repair
the daily damage that occurs, much like a Band-Aid® helps
to heal a wound. Instead of the skin sensor signaling the lower
skin layers to initiate a response to repair the surface damage,
the signal is sent that the skin barrier is intact. In this
way, Skincerity performs as your skin would, acting like skin
for your skin. While you sleep, your skin remains protected
while Skincerity works to restore its natural balance.
An important aspect of Skincerity’s ability to help maintain
the balance of your skin’s barrier function involves enhancing
the skin’s natural ability to retain moisture. In your
body, water originates in the lower layers of the skin and moves
upward, eventually reaching the outermost layers and evaporating.
Because Skincerity is a physical barrier on your skin, it helps
retain your body’s moisture. Skincerity is engineered
to contain microscopic pores that trap the body’s natural
moisture in its matrix before it can evaporate. As a result,
the water that normally evaporates from your body is used to
bathe the skin in hydration. Still, the tiny pores in Skincerity
allow oxygen to penetrate to the skin and will likewise prevent
excessive moisture from building up underneath the film.
It is also important to note that skin typically demonstrates
higher water evaporation rates during the nighttime. Although
the occurrence of elevated night time water evaporation is attributed
to the body’s natural 24-hour biorhythms, increased water
evaporation rates are usually associated with damaged skin and
therefore, the skin repairing itself. Since Skincerity is used
while you sleep, it takes advantage of this phenomenon to maximize
its moisturizing effect and to maintain the natural balance
of the skin repair function when it is needed most, at night.
its ability to maintain the balance of your skin barrier, Skincerity
also performs other essential functions that help your skin
become healthier. First, Skincerity help control bacteria on
your skin. In this sense, Skincerity promotes conditions that
encourage healthy, clear skin. Skincerity also delivers Vitamin
E and grape seed oil (Vitis Vinifera) to your skin. Vitamin
E is an important antioxidant that is reported to protect the
skin from early stages of UV damage, reduce the formation of
free radicals, and further strengthen the skin’s barrier
function. In addition, the skin can absorb Vitamin E and maintain
it in the skin, thus its benefits persist between applications.
Grape seed oil is a powerful antioxidant that repairs damaged
and stressed tissues, possessing regenerative and restructuring
qualities which allow better control of skin moisturization.
Grape seed oil contains proanthocyanidins, which are very helpful
in diminishing the sun’s damaging effects, lessening free
radical damage, and in wound healing.
Finally, when Skincerity is removed, it exfoliates
dead cells from the skin’s surface, making your skin look
polished and healthy. The removal of the dead skin cells not
only improves the appearance of skin, it also stimulates skin