Major damage that can occur in your skin can happen at the DNA level. The worst outcome is that the damaged DNA leads to cancer. But other DNA damage can also occur. It is this damage that leads to much of the age spots, wrinkles, and sun spots that we associate with older skin.
What are my options?
Imagine a product that would help give you back the healthy DNA you had when you were younger. Would this not make your skin healthier?
There are products that do just that. These products help your skin repair its own DNA and they have been shown to have a significant effect on making your skin look younger.
We talk about how an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Yes, this is why you need to use sunscreens. But after the damage is done, it’s nice to have a little bit of that cure. This is what DNA repair does.
This is an area of skin care that is actively developing and today there are far more products available than just a few years ago. This is one area where it really helps to get the opinion of a skin care specialist who has actively followed the research and used the various products that are currently available.