Our skin, like everyone else, is individual and special. It’s our natural shield. Works day and night. Healthy skin heals and regenerates on its own and always provides new cells for your daily beauty routine.
Depending on her disposition, lifestyle and age, support may be needed. We want to give this to her in her best possible way. Refreshed every day. With technology and Dermo cosmetics. So it reaches the ideal state. That’s our goal. To do this, we often leave the familiar path and go our own way. Always there: our companion
Experience, trust and enthusiasm.
Our method is called True Care, a true form of treatment.
For some it is only the border organ of our body, for others it is the mirror of the soul. In any case, it is the skin that makes us really visible and gives expression to our individuality. Reason enough to take a closer look at the functionally versatile organ and understand its structure.
Horn cells are formed from the “topsoil”, which are initially still metabolically active, but increasingly horny on their way to the surface, in order to finally form the “roof” of our body as horny scales. The dead skin cells of the epidermis are held together by a kind of fatty cement (made from horny layer lipids). This cement substance is formed by the horny cells that are still alive. So one can say: the more metabolically active cells there are in the epidermis, the better it is for their function as a natural protective barrier. The more dead horn material, the less the epidermis can take care of itself – and the more unsightly, coarser, grayer and older the visible skin structure appears.
Whether the skin looks fine-pored and well-moisturized, whether vessels shine through or not, whether a natural glow conjures up youthfulness and an even color – that is what determines the quality of the epidermis.
The epidermal “topsoil” (basement membrane) is interlocked with the dermis via cones. The more firmly the epidermis and dermis are connected, the better. The dermis houses fine blood vessels, hair roots with sebum glands, sweat glands, nerves and connective tissue. It is the cushion on which the epidermis rests. The better the dermis or connective tissue is built up, the tighter and firmer our skin appears.
The natural aging process, but also external factors such as UV light, pollutants (e.g. nicotine) or certain drugs, lead to a breakdown of the connective tissue. The consequences are clearly visible on the surface: deep wrinkles, loss of contour and an overall tired appearance.