Your Skin’s Pigmentation

Exposure of the sun’s UV rays plays a significant role in the aging of the skin. When our skin is exposed to the sun’s rays, damage can occur at the molecular level, causing a breakdown in the DNA.

This then leads to skin aging signs such as wrinkling, dryness, loss of elasticity, and darkened and uneven skin tone and pigmentation disorders. 

Our genes play a key role in determining our ability to ward off pigmentation and age spots. Natural genetic protection factor exists, such as the ability to  defend against and repair UV and oxidation damage as well as produce melanin evenly. 

Lifestyle habits such as excessive sun exposure can cause permanent skin damage, pigmentation and wrinkling so be careful and use sun protection.


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