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What Is The Best Alternative To Retinol In Summer Skin Care?

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What Is The Best Alternative To Retinol In Summer Skin Care?
Many of us have considered retinoids a crucial part of our skincare routine. But how does retinol fit in when the summer sun’s shining, and should you stick with it or skip it?

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Mixing Retinol and tanning is a big no-no. Skincare products containing retinoids and AHAs can increase photosensitivity and cause irritation if not used correctly throughout the summer season. Not to mention, excessive sun exposure is the leading cause of sun damage, and one of the main causes of skin pigmentation and aging.

Evenswiss’ latest technology offers a ​ range of safe summer skincare. Each of their products contain Dermatopoietin technology which is safe to use and does not irritate the skin; it sits on the skin’s surface and signals a cascade of reactions within the skin. Resultantly, it helps the skin produce its own collagen, elastin and hyaluronic acid. That has a huge anti-aging effect and boosts hydration without causing any irritation to the skin.

Skin cells are constantly communicating with each other to ensure they are working in unison to respond to the environment. By understanding these precise signals, Evenswiss has created a 100% Swiss made cosmeceutical range with patented signalling technology called Dermatopoietin.

Supported by 30 years of research and 6 clinical trials, Dermatopoietin offers a completely different way to stimulate cell communication and collagen production. Dermatopoietin is a specialized peptide that mimics the skin signalling protein responsible for regulation and regeneration called interleukin -1 alpha.

When skin cells are exposed to Dermatopoietin, they immediately respond by passing signals to their neighbouring cells. ​This starts a chain reaction that propagates from the epidermis to the dermis. ​ When the dermis is reached, there is a powerful increase in collagen, elastin, and hyaluronic acid – this is up to 90% in as little as 2 weeks.

To discover the benefits of Dermatopoietin, check out Evenswiss Rejuvenating Serum.

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CCR medical aesthetics, ExCeL, London

19 & 20 October 2023

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