This Superoxide Dismutase Facial Instantly Glows Your Skin

Some facial treatments do the bare minimum for achieving your skin goals. That’s where the oxygenating trio treatment comes in to break the mould. The treatment uses superoxide dismutase to help you achieve an instant glow with long-lasting results.

If you’ve never heard of this treatment, keep on reading to discover what this facial entails and why it benefits your skin.

Why Free Radicals Are Dangerous to Skin Health

You may think that aging is unstoppable. After all, you’re only human. That’s only true for the natural aging process. External factors however, like UV radiation, environmental toxins and free radicals can be stopped from causing signs of premature aging.

Free radicals are unstable molecules that cause DNA damage to living cells, ultimately damaging your skin. This is because they are missing an electron, and are seeking out another electron to steal to help balance themselves.

When highly reactive free radicals steal electrons from your skin, they cause damaging effects, including:

  • Discolourisation
  • Unevenness
  • Sagging
  • Fine lines and wrinkles

If you’re living or working near a city, you’re more likely to encounter free radicals. They come from a variety of sources, including, cigarette smoke, sun exposure, pollution and toxins.

For that reason, limiting your exposure to free radicals may not always be possible, which is why the best way to counteract them is with antioxidants.

What Are the Skin Benefits of Antioxidants?

Although free radicals cause serious damage to your skin, there is a way to fight against them. Antioxidants are the nemesis of free radicals. By donating an electron, antioxidants stabilise free radicals and ultimately protect your cells from damage.

As a result, antioxidants helps to:

  • Protect you against UV radiation damage
  • Brighten your skin
  • Stimulate collagen production
  • Calm down inflammation

Some antioxidants are naturally found in the body, but there are also essential antioxidants that can only be found in foods, supplements and skincare products.

Beta-carotene, vitamin C and E are antioxidants that are mainly found in foods. In contrast, alpha-lipoic acid, glutathione and superoxide dismutase are naturally produced in the body.

However, as you age, your antioxidant levels decrease. As a result, your skin is more prone to free radical damage. That’s why facial treatments are a brilliant way to keep your skin in tip-top condition so that you can achieve an instant glow.

Why Superoxide Dismutase Helps Your Skin

Antioxidants help neutralise the effects of free radicals. By outnumbering the number of free radicals in the body, antioxidants decrease your oxidative stress levels. This helps to reduce signs of aging and improve your overall skin health.

With that in mind, superoxide dismutase (SOD) is an antioxidant enzyme that acts as the first line of defence against oxidative damage to your skin.

Moreover, it helps reduce the effects of superoxide radical, a very destructive free radical that inflicts damage to your skin cells, DNA and amino acids.

SOD breaks down the free radical by converting it into hydrogen peroxide and oxygen, minimising the effects of superoxide and while promoting young and glowy skin.

Superoxide dismutase helps to:

  • Boost hydration
  • Reduce sagging
  • Remove dullness

Furthermore, superoxide dismutase also helps maintain your collagen and elastin levels, making it an incredible anti-aging enzyme that keeps your cells healthy.

Which Oxygenating Trio Facial Treatment Is Best for Your Skin?

There are several oxygenating trio facials out there, and many more facial treatments in the skincare market. However, not all of them are the same. In reality, some are actually damaging your skin in the long term.

In contrast however, Dermoi offers facials that are clinically proven to give instant yet long-lasting results. With scientists that select and endorse each and every treatment, Dermoi provides scientifically-driven facials to reverse the signs of aging and provide an instant glow to your skin.

PCA Skin Oxygenating Trio Treatment

Using the latest PCA Skin skincare products, this treatment gives you an instant glow by diminishing oxidative damage and destroying free radicals.

The facial has 3 steps:

  • 01.Activator
  • 02.Detoxifier
  • 03.Oxygenator

Firstly, your aesthetician will apply superoxide dismutase along with vitamins to rejuvenate your skin.

Secondly, they will apply key detoxing ingredients to remove impurities, toxins and pollutants to replenish your skin.

Thirdly, your aesthetician will apply hydrating acids to provide an instant glow and moisturising effect.

PCA Skin also uses a patented OmniSome technology that delivers key active ingredients deeper into the skin. Given this, the revolutionary delivery system carries high concentrations of these ingredients through a 10 hour time release. As a result, this keeps your skin constantly protected and hydrated throughout the day.

The benefits of the facial are numerous as it:

  • Removes toxins and debris
  • Stimulates skin circulation
  • Promotes a youthful appearance
  • Brightens skin tone

Above all, if you want an instant glow with long-lasting results, PCA Skin Oxygenating Trio Treatment is the treatment for you.

In the meantime, learn more about Dermoi’s other facial treatments here. After all, your skin will thank you for it.

Author: Naeem Ali


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