3 Ways to Protect & Repair Your Skin From Pollution
How can pollution do harm to your skin?
Pollution comes in all forms. From the smoke, smog, pollen, particulate matter, UV, by-products of produced items, and radiation, there are many factors that come into play with how polluted your environment is. City life tends to involve more polluted air, as compared to country life, and causes a disruption of your skin’s functionality and appearance. Such air pollution can impose signs of aging, pigmentation, skin disorders such as eczema and psoriasis, lower the skin’s ability to retain moisture, skin flatness, and weaken the skin’s protective barrier. Pollution can break down the skin’s ability to produce collagen, and smog strips the topmost layer of skin from an essential healthy skin component, Vitamin E. Those with sensitive skin should especially be wary of how pollution affects them, as research has shown that pollution can seriously speed up signs of aging and make the skin act as a weak protector from the pollution elements. Air pollutants can interfere with normal functions of the skin from lipids, collagen, and proteins from oxidative damage.
3 ways to protect your skin from pollution
1. Include Antioxidants in your skincare.
Pollutants can accelerate the skin’s signs of aging through receptors called AhR’s. Using an antioxidant in your skincare can counteract these effects. Antioxidants prevent environmental damage and sun damage while improving the skin’s repairing abilities to reduce and improve signs of aging and pigmentation. These powerhouse antioxidants can reduce photo damage from the sun, even and brighten the skin’s appearance. Antioxidants are one of the few components that have been backed by science in their effectiveness.
2. Include Vitamin E & C in your skincare.
3. Moisturize your skin, morning and night.
Throughout the day, your skin’s moisture levels are thrown off with exposure to pollutants. To re-balance your skin’s moisture levels, you should always moisturize morning and night to replenish your skin’s protective barrier. Always try and find gentle moisturizers to ensure your skin is not stripped further of essential vitamins and minerals for skin health. Moisturizing consistently can improve the skin’s elasticity, or ability to hold moisture, resulting in plump and full skin.
How can Cammellatte protect my skin from pollution?
Camel Milk for Pollution
Camel milk holds a noticeably high content of Vitamin C as compared to other ingredients used in skincare. Vitamin C in camel milk has antioxidant, tissue repair and protection qualities, which help replenish the skin’s protective barrier. Vitamin C in camel milk aids in the production of collagen, returning firmness and strength to the skin. Vitamin C as an antioxidant can slow the damage caused by pollution, and fight off skin dryness and fine lines. A-hydroxyl acids in camel milk help break down old damaged skin and make room for beautiful new glowing skin. They make our outermost layer of the skin thicker and eliminate wrinkles, age spots, and dryness.
Vitamin E & C in Cammellatte
Our products hold an abundance of both Vitamin E & C in the many natural ingredients we use. Tocopherol form of Vitamin E in our products works better for long-term protection to fend off pollutants.
Fatty Acids in Cammellatte
You should adore fatty acids for your skin. Camel Milk and other ingredients in our products form a powerful fatty acid cocktail. Omega fatty acids such as 6 & 9 are abundant in Cammellatte products. Fatty acids restore the skin’s barrier while reducing the skin’s ability to lose moisture.
Green Tea in Cammellatte
Green tea is heavily rich in antioxidants. It is one of the most acclaimed ingredients for protection from pollution and the caffeine in it can boost blood circulation to the skin. Green tea can help with acne from clogged pores due to pollutants, and help your skin look younger.
Cammellatte can work as a repairing and nourishing friend to your skin. You should look for ways to fight off the effects of the growing pollution in our world. The skin is our body’s largest organ, working as a protector for the rest of our bodies, which is why we must always make sure it is fully operating at its best.