Forever Radiant   



Forever Radiant

 
Every woman is pleased when complimented on her beautiful skin and complexion. Imagine having people coming up to you and saying how youthful you look and trying to guess your age.

To understand how to care for your skin, you must first realise that your skin cells need to be constantly regenerated to maintain healthy, good-looking skin.
Skin cells on the surface are frequently shed as time goes by. When these cells die, they need to be replenished by new ones.

The cells in your body responsible for doing this are known as stem cells.

There are two basic types of stem cells - embryonic and adult or somatic stem cells.
Embryonic stem cells can produce all kinds of cells in the body whereas adult stem cells can only reproduce limited types of cells.

Adult stem cells are found in many organs and tissues, including the skin. In fact, human skin is the largest repository of adult stem cells in the body.

The main functions of these cells are to replenish and maintain the balance of cells within the skin as well as to regenerate damaged tissues.

These skin stem cells have a limited life span, and as we age and are exposed to inevitable environmental assaults, they decrease in number, as well as in ability to regenerate tissue. The result is the familiar loss of skin suppleness and radiance and finally, lines, which all point to ageing.
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Happy reading,
Evelyn


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