Shanghai Jaka Biotech presents the findings of a clinical evaluation of the wrinkle-removing functionality of a resin secreted from the bark of peaches
The skin is the barrier separating the body from the external environment. In addition to protecting the body from water loss and microbial infection, it has an important cosmetic effect. A young and beautiful appearance may have a positive effect on people’s social behaviour and reproductive status.1
There is a contradiction between the irreversibility of skin ageing and people’s thirst for an eternally youthful appearance. From ancient to modern times, many efforts have been made trying to understand the truth of cutaneous ageing, and to prevent or even reverse the ageing process.2
Skin ageing is a complex biological process, which is produced by two basic processes: internal ageing, which is affected by genetic factors, cell metabolism, hormones and metabolic processes; and external ageing, due to long-term exposure to light, pollution, ionising radiation, chemicals and toxins.
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