A moderate amount of sun exposure encourages the production of vitamin D, which is necessary to bind calcium to our bones, as well as melatonin, which has antidepressant and mood-enhancing properties. The sun, on the other hand, has been shown to be a significant contributor to skin cancer and to skin aging, encouraging the development of darker spots and deeper wrinkles.

In order to more effectively combat the negative effects of UV radiation, Biologique Recherche is providing a three-step regimen of sun therapies for all Skin Instants for face and a sun product for body.

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Rosacea is a common skin condition that causes flushing and affects the small blood vessels of the face. Flushing is the name of the occasional or persistent redness generated by rosacea.

What cause Rosacea?

The exact cause of rosacea is unknown and there is no cure. It could be due to environmental factors, overactive immune system, inherit from family, disorder of blood vessel. Individuals who suspect they may have rosacea are recommended to consult a dermatologist or physician for diagnosis to obtain appropriate treatment by minimizing its symptoms.

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Collagen is a member of a family of structural proteins whose main function is to provide mechanical resistance to stretching, while maintaining body tissue flexibility. There are 28 types inhumans, with specific biological functions. The most important collagen types in the skin are types I and III (dermal density) and types IV and VII (structure of the dermal-epidermal junction). From the age of 25, collagen reserves begin to decrease by about 1% per year, which causes the skin to thin and then sag.
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