A comprehensive and thorough anti-aging skincare routine is a long-term investment that requires patience, consistency, and follow-through. There are no shortcuts or easy ways out, but once you make it a priority and establish your routine, the results are well worth the effort!more
We’ve heard all the adages — “beauty is only skin deep,” “beauty is in the eye of the beholder,” etc. — but in reality, we know that beauty comes from within. The way you feel about yourself affects the way you carry yourself and how the world perceives you, just as much as how your skin looks. It’s also a well-known beauty secret that a pregnancy glow or post-workout flush makes you appear more youthful. How do we chase that glow to improve self-esteem and give your confidence a boost? By amplifying your skincare routine!more
What are some of the benefits of Vitamin C? That’s a great question; we’re glad we asked.
What Can C do for Me?
It would probably be easier for us to write a list of things that it doesn’t do but, in all honesty, that really wouldn’t help you very much. So, you should know that It can boost energy levels and reduce annoying symptoms of the common cold
It can help keep asthma in check, and reign in the free radicals that contribute to heart disease and skin cancer. It’s the vitamin our bodies turn to, to aid in the creation of collagen; which helps to revitalize our sun-damaged skin and help us to look younger. And speaking of appearance, for fuller hair and improving vision. You have nothing to lose, give Vitamin C a try!
We at Dermis RX believe in taking care of our skin. Dermis Vitamin C Serum combats UV ray damage by neutralizing free radicals.
So, the next time you’re strolling through your local produce department, don’t be so quick to...more
Peptides are short, unbroken bands of amino acids; they're also a very useful tool for those who are looking to improve and maintain healthy-looking skin.
As we grow older (and along with the assistance of a few decades of UV ray exposure and other factors) the collagen in our skin slowly, yet continuously, dissipates.
Collagen is the protein that most of our skin consists of. It’s also what keeps us looking young and beautiful until, of course, it’s significantly reduced or not there anymore. If collagen didn’t recede, we’d have a lot more difficulty telling 20-somethings apart from 50-somethings.
It does though, and as such countless people spend much of their time and money trying to recapture the youthful vitality that their appearances once showcased.
The Little Amino Acids that Could
People are turning to peptides because they’re equipped with special abilities other skin therapies don’t have. Their diminutiveness allows them to infiltrate the skin and, once there, actually instruct it to produce more collagen- and to various...more