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Lélexo

Free shipping on retail orders over $75 within the US
Free shipping on retail orders over $75 within the US

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Changes in the skin is one of the most visible signs of aging. Wrinkles, fine lines and sagging skin are examples of the aging process.
The rate of aging is related to environmental factors, genetic makeup, nutrition, and etc. However, the most influential factor is sun exposure. This can be proven when comparing areas of the body that have constant sun exposure with areas that are protected from sunlight.

Although melanin (the body’s natural pigment) provides some sun protection, it’s not enough and additional sun protection (SPF lotions or SPF protective clothing) is highly recommended.

Aging changes the skin, starting with the epidermis. Although the number of cell layers remain the same, the epidermis begins to thin. Hyperpigmentation such as age spots, liver spots, or lentigos begin to appear in the sun exposed areas.

In addition, the connective tissue weakens and the skin loses elasticity and begins to sag. This process is called elastosis and can produce a weather-beaten, leathery appearance. Most commonly found in sailors, farmers and others who spend a great length of time exposed to the sun.

The blood vessels in the dermis become fragile and may lead to easy bruising. Sebaceous glands produce less oil with age causing dryness and the subcutaneous fat layer also thins, reducing its normal cushion, increasing the risk of injury and susceptibility to hypothermia.

With aging, risk of skin injury increases and regeneration/wound healing is slower. Prevention with our high performance Lélexo product line is highly recommended to minimize the signs of aging and maintain healthy skin function.

Please go to the product section to select the best skin care regime specifically designed for your skin.
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