The incorporation of a treatment to combat signs of ageing begins from the age of 25. Coenzyme Q10 is among the active ingredients used to formulate these treatments. Let's focus on the effects that coenzyme Q10 has on ageing.
The effects of coenzyme Q10 on ageing.
How does coenzyme Q10 act on ageing?
The use of coenzyme Q10 offers numerous benefits for the skin. It helps to mitigate and slow down the effects of skin ageing. This ingredient has softening and pliability-enhancing properties. It is ideal for reducing wrinkles and fine lines that appear due to a decrease in the amount of Q10 produced by the body.
As part of the antioxidants, Q10 combats free radicals, which are responsible for skin degradation. These make the skin susceptible to oxidative stress, the cause of the appearance of wrinkles and fine lines. This ingredient is found in serums, creams, and lotions to slow down skin ageing.
Since Q10 is naturally found in the body, it is tolerated by the skin and suitable for all skin types. When applied to the skin, it promotes skin regeneration and thus slows down the appearance of visible signs of skin ageing.
How to incorporate a Q10 skincare routine into your daily life?
Q10 can be incorporated into a daily skincare routine. It easily penetrates skin tissues for deep treatment. To enhance its effects on ageing, it can be combined with other antioxidants such as vitamin C or prickly pear oil.
At Typology, we have combined it with prickly pear oil to create our eye cream for wrinkles and fine lines. We have designed this treatment to slow down the formation of the first wrinkles around the eye area. We recommend it for mature skin from the ages of 30 and 40. Here, Q10 is combined with prickly pear oil, which is rich in vitamin E. When these two ingredients are used simultaneously, they provide the skin care with reparative and regenerative properties. The skin will be protected from external aggressions to prevent skin ageing.