In addition to this, the deposit of fine dust on our skin prevents the skin from regenerating and retaining moisture; this does not allow the natural hydration of the epidermis. How can we best protect our dermis? First of all, a correct diet is necessary and, more generally, a healthy lifestyle, avoiding the abuse of smoking and alcohol. Why? Because the excess consumption of these two substances causes the loss of vitamin A and vitamin E [strong antioxidants capable of slowing down skin aging] and, consequently, favor the onset of wrinkles.
In addition to a healthy lifestyle, it is essential to have a daily skincare routine starting with the deep cleansing of the face and body. It would be ideal to start with a face / body scrub that can decisively eliminate excess toxins on our skin; in the case of the face, continue with the application of a detox face mask that eliminates any residue of impurities from the complexion. Finally, the application of a very moisturizing cream, both body and face, would be optimal, in order to give a new deep hydration to our skin and a long-term protective effect.