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Eliminate Lines And Wrinkles With Ethocyn
Your skin is made up of two types of fibers, collagen and elastin. The collagen fibers are the structural fibers of the skin, and do not stretch very well. These are the fibers of which scar tissue is composed. One of its functions is to resist stretching and provide structure.
Elastin fibers are the stretchy fibers that are responsible for returning the skin to a tightened state after having been stretched. Elastin is what gives you that youthful appearance. It is sometime called the Youth Protein fiber of skin. This is where the 25 year old skin gets its firm, smooth, resiliency. Elastin fibers are the very important rubber bands of the skin.
The amount of decrease in elastin production as we age depends on a person’s genes. Medical research has come to recognize that the cells of our bodies are a composition of millions of signal molecules. Some of these signal molecules are androgens and some are anti-androgens. Androgens circulate naturally in the blood stream of both men and women. When an androgen enters a skin cell, it is converted to Dihydrostestosterone or DHT. DHT binds to the cell’s DHT receptor, like a magnet binds to metal. This complex moves to the nucleus of the cell and carries a message to the nucleus of the cell to stop or reduce production of elastin. Anti-androgens, which also have a liking for DHT receptors, stop this union by acting as a blocker. When this blocking action occurs it allows the cells to continue producing elastin. Until somewhere between 25 to 30 years of age depending on our DNA, the ratio of DHT and DHT receptors to anti-androgens is balanced.
After 25 to 30 years of age this balance is disrupted as both DHT and DHT receptors increase and anti-androgens decrease. It is this imbalance, which happens to everyone, that causes our skin to lose its elasticity, and begin to sag.
Ethocyn was designed to mimic, or simulate, the process that naturally occurs in young skin. Ethocyn is a competitive inhibitor—this means it blocks something from taking place. Ethocyn molecules, when applied topically to your skin, block what causes DHT-DHT receptor binding in skin cells allowing elastin production to continue, depending on our genetic disposition- the ratio of DHT and DHT receptors to anti-androgens is balanced. As confirmed by eminent M.D. and skin physiologist Dr. Peter T. Pugliese, “ The single most important cause of age related skin wrinkles and sagging is the loss of skin elastin fibers. Everyone, whether female or male, will begin to lose skin elastin fibers at age 25. Elastin fibers are the restorative force in the skin.”
Research findings confirm that our skin produces/synthesizes less and less elastin fibers as we continue to age. This is recognized as Intrinsic Skin Aging and completely independent of Photo (sun) Damage Skin Aging. Using sunscreens and sun blocks protect skin from Photo Aging, but not Intrinsic Aging.
The reason for sagging skin is a lack of youthful levels of elastin fibers; therefore, wrinkles form. Using skin treatment products containing Ethocyn treats this loss of important elastin fiber by returning the elastin content of the skin to that of youthful, elastic 20 year old skin.
Prestigious, academic dermatologists at independent university medical centers around the world have conducted numerous Ethocyn clinical trials. These clinical trials report that it is important to use Ethocyn to increase the elastin fiber content and quality of your skin if you are over 25-30 years of age. This applies to both men and women between the ages of 25-77 years of age.
Using Ethocyn products twice a day, everyday, assures your skin will have the optimum 20 year old levels of skin elastin fibers. Use Ethocyn skin treatment products to realize smoother, firmer, more resilient skin with an incredible ‘snap back’ quality.
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