How thick is your skin? As we age, our skin’s underlying elastin and collagen fibers start to break down, which causes it to lose its firmness and elasticity. While genetics and other factors play a role in this process, our skin invariably becomes thinner. Making matters worse, thin skin is more susceptible to developing unsightly bruises. Sometimes, bruising can occur when you don’t even remember bumping into anything.
Applying DerMend Moisturizing Bruise Formula, twice a day, helps build the skin’s barrier, making it thicker and less susceptible to bruising. Among DerMend’s ingredients are six effective elements that help improve the appearance of existing bruises:
- Retinol helps to smooth lines and improve the skin’s texture
- Alpha hydroxy acid exfoliates and helps encourage new skin growth
- Arnica oil restores suppleness in the skin
- Ceramides help the skin retain moisture
- Niacinamide and phytonadione help improve the appearance of skin
We don’t think twice about layering our outfits, to protect us against the elements, so don’t forget the most important layer—DerMend Moisturizing Bruise Formula. It will help protect your skin a lot more than a jacket.
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2 Responses to “The Layer That Protects You The Most”
Would love to try products I’m so tired of bruised hands just barely bump into something I’m bruised for weeks
I just turned 60 and I would really like to try the product