Why a thyme-derived ingredient could be the topical answer to dermal fillers

Published: 3-Jun-2020

Patricia Moreira presents a newly-launched active ingredient that is redefining the role of dermal fillers

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Much has been said about the ageing of the skin due to reduced collagen and elastin production, as well as the degradation and slowing of cellular growth in the epidermis, which in turn damages the skin’s surface.

These physiological changes, as well as the overall decrease in skin metabolism and redox imbalance, will increase over time resulting in significant aesthetic changes that include increased roughness of the skin, wrinkles, loss of elasticity and firmness, thinning of the skin and the appearance of age spots.

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