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Yes, it is part of human nature to age…. And our skin reflects this process year after year. But did you know that 50% of skin ageing is linked to external factors related to our lifestyle, such as our sleep? Indeed, problems and lack of sleep has consequences which go far beyond simple fatigue: repeated short nights can be felt in the long run as they greatly accelerate the phenomenon of skin ageing. What are the effects of sleep on the skin? What happens when one sleeps poorly or too little? Our answers below.

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What is skin ageing?

As they age, the organs of the human body, of which the skin is one, start to work less efficiently. This process, programmed by our genetic profile, can be amplified by the environment and by certain...

Problems linked to skin ageing

The problems linked to skin ageing manifest themselves in different ways. As well as changes of an aesthetic nature, it is possible to observe the appearance of lesions which are more or less benign,...

Taking care of your skin to slow down ageing

With age, the skin tends to dry out, the complexion becomes dull and wrinkles gradually appear. To avoid these ageing signs setting in too fast and deep into skin, it is vital to pay very close attent...

Our lifestyle advice to limit the impact of ageing

To prevent the appearance of wrinkles, brown spots and other marks of skin ageing, you have the power to act upon the aggravating factors of skin ageing, over half of which are linked to our behaviour...

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