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CHRONOBIOLOGICAL METHOD AND THE SKIN’S CIRCADIAN RHYTHM

DISCOVER THE DAY & NIGHT PHASE ROUTINES

During the ‘stress phase’ of the day, the focus is on protecting the skin, neutralizing negative environmental influences and perfecting the complexion for even skin with a youthful glow and natural radiance.


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During the nightly ‘regeneration phase’ the focus is on optimising and accelerating the skin’s natural regeneration, cell repair and detoxification, while correcting the signs of aging and preventing moisture loss (TEWL) - for nourished, regenerated, revitalized and rejuvenated skin in the morning.


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Maintaining the skin’s circadian rhythm is essential for optimal skin function, supporting its four fundamental processes and promoting the health of its cells and membranes:

PROTECTIVE FUNCTION


 

The skin is the external
protective organ of the body and is exposed to various environmental stressors. The skin's circadian rhythm influences the activity of the skin barrier, which is responsible for fending off these aggressors.

 

 

A disrupted rhythm can
lead to a weakened skin barrier, making the skin more susceptible to damage and
inflammation.

SKIN MOISTURE REGULATION

 

The skin’s circadian rhythm affects the skin’s moisture regulation. During the sleep phase, TEWL increases significantly, the skin loses moisture and its ability to retain moisture.


A disrupted rhythm can lead to an imbalanced moisture balance, leaving skin feeling dry and dehydrated in the morning.

INFLAMMATORY REACTION

 

 

The skin’s circadian
rhythm influences the strength of the skin’s immune function. Inflammatory responses affect the skin's ability to fight infection and heal itself from injury.

 

 

A disrupted rhythm can
lead to an excessive or insufficient inflammatory response, which can lead to
skin problems such as acne, eczema or rosacea.

SKIN CELL REGENERATION

 

 

The skin’s circadian rhythm influences its ability to regenerate. During sleep, when the body is at rest, skin repair and regeneration processes are activated.

 

 

A disrupted rhythm can
interfere with these processes, causing skin cells to regenerate more slowly and leaving skin looking tired, dull and aging.

SPECIFIC SKIN FUNCTIONS DURING THE DAY AND NIGHT PHASE

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