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Factor no.3

Every 28 days,

the protective and beautifying envelope of the skin regenerates.

The skin, which covers between 1.8 and 2 square meters of the surface of the human body, weighs between 2.7 and 4.5 kilograms. Studies have found that the combined weight of skin cells produced and discarded during a monthly process of epidermal regeneration over an entire lifetime amounts to an average of 47.54 kilograms.

The skin holds the purpose of shielding the body from the very moment of inception.

The skin is a vital envelope which, from the very moment of inception, holds the purpose of shielding the body against many of the harsh constraints of living environments, by means of water retention, the obstruction of harmful UV rays, germs and chemicals, as well as the maintenance of a stable body temperature. Hence, adequate skincare is essential to exhibit a radiant and well-conditioned skin.

The DuraScience Institute of USA believes that only a holistic treatment can provide an effective and lasting option to the tackling of common skin problems linked to ageing -such as wrinkles or recurring dark spots-. Years of scientific research have led the institute to develop Derma Transcendence Solutions (DTS), which facilitates a greater skin cell turnover process aside of enhancing the Extracellular Matrix (ECM).


The Derma Transcendence Matrixes-Medical (D.T.M™) serves as a basis for a healthier and youthful skin, and has proven to be effective by tackling the ‘inside’ as opposed to the ‘outside’.

4 Responsible factors

for D.T.M TM


Any skin condition is determined by manifold factors. But perhaps genes play the most consequent role in generally determining a person’s specific skin attributes -such as, for instance, its dryness or oiliness- which can be passed on from parents to their offspring, often making it an intergenerational problem. There are in total between 20,000 and 25,000 genes that direct the production of protein in the body, which is vital to body cells, including skin cells, and ECM.


The benefits

of the gut microbiota

The digestive system is home to more than 1,000 species of bacteria (most of them being Firmicutes and Bacteroidetes). Foods, illnesses, antibiotics, as well as age can have a direct impact on this bacterial equilibrium. A wealth of literature for instance documents the benefits of the gut microbiota, and the way in which a good bacterial balance in the gut can boost metabolism, hormonal production, bone development, and can make skin healthier.

On the other hand, other studies point out that gut dysbiosis -a microbial imbalance- may make itself apparent through rashes, acne and other skin problems.


A nutritious

and balanced diet

A poor diet is another important factor that may negatively impact a person’s skin. A nutritious and healthy diet results in a proper internal functioning of the body, which in turn affects the outward appearance of an individual. What is in fact made apparent are the skin cells and ECM, the latter being composed of an essential protein called Hyaluronic Acid, which keeps the skin hydrated, plum and youthful.


An effective

anti-inflammatory system

Finally, a skin cannot be healthy without a body equipped with an immune system that can successfully tackle free radicals from the body and from external sources, as these can cause damage to the firmness of skin cells and structure. Free radicals may originate in stress, chemicals present in certain foods, as well as in exposure to pollution and UV radiation. That a body possesses an effective anti-inflammation system is therefore essential to prevent free radicals from interfering with the skin cell regeneration and therefore trigger a possible delayed turnover process.

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