In addition to the moisturizers and serums you will use in preventive and reparative care, using masks at regular intervals will nourish your skin, strengthen its defense mechanism, and thus help it become resistant to external damage.
In order to better explain the power of masks on the skin, let's first talk about the importance of antioxidants.
One of the main tasks of the skin is to effectively protect the internal organs and itself against harmful external factors, especially free radicals. But as we age, the skin's ability to neutralize free radicals that damage cell DNA, proteins and the skin barrier is lost. The delicate balance between free radicals and antioxidants naturally produced in the skin is disrupted; The number of free radicals precludes the antioxidants that neutralize them. Thus, oxidative stress, which plays a role in premature aging of the skin, hyperpigmentation, triggering inflammatory conditions such as eczema and acne, as well as skin cancers can be seen. For this reason, it is extremely important to nourish the skin with antioxidant-filled ingredients, both to correct this destruction caused by free radicals, and to tighten the skin by increasing the synthesis of collagen and elastin, and to get rid of wrinkles. Antioxidants protect the skin against harmful effects by creating a buffer zone between the skin and free radicals. Antioxidants also help revive the skin's ability to self-heal and destroy oxidized cells that are no longer beneficial to the body, which is why antioxidants have been seen as a "youth source" for years.